7th March 2017, 14:30 | dreamteam
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The only player to feature in the top five that doesn’t play for Castleford or Hull, Westerman put up impressive numbers despite Warrington’s defeat to Salford Red Devils.
Joe made 42 tackles, more than any player on the pitch. The Loose Forward also made three offloads, bettered only by Kevin Brown.
The number thirteen also made three tackle busts and assisted Dec Patton for his first half try. Westerman has been a positive in a Wolves team that is yet to pick up a point in Betfred Super League.
Hardaker enjoyed a fruitful Thursday night against his former club Leeds Rhinos.
Zak made 180 metres and 11 tackle busts, five more than any other player.
The full-back capped off a top performance with two try assists and one try.
Castleford are on fire right now and the 2015 Man of Steel is looking his old self. At £135k, Hardaker is a steal.
Sneyd led the black and whites to a convincing victory over an injury struck Giants on Thursday night.
In a Man of the Match performance, Sneyd scored 28 points, converting eight goals and scoring a hat-trick.
The number seven also made 81 metres, 21 tackles, two tackle busts and one assist.
An impressive all-round performance by Marc sees him earn a top three spot in round 3.
Eden is the sixth highest scoring back so far in Dream Team. When you consider the five backs above him have played an extra game, it shows how prolific Eden’s start has been.
Greg scored a hat-trick as the Tigers ran in 12 tries against Leeds.
The Castleford man also made 114 metres, five clean breaks, three tackle busts and one assist.
If Castleford continue to attack so dangerously, Eden will be given ample opportunity to cross the white line and pick up Dream Team points.
Kelly is the second Hull FC half on the list and the top points scorer in Betfred Super League Dream Team round 3.
Kelly scored two of his own and assisted Tuimavave’s try in the victory over Huddersfield.
The number six also made 77 metres, 26 tackles, four tackle busts and three offloads.
The half pairing of Kelly and Sneyd are really clicking for FC and have showed positive signs for Dream Team owners in the first few rounds.