Trinity 16-41 Saints FT
Bulls 6-16 Lions FT
Rams 28-18 Eagles FT
Halifax 28-6 Hull KR FT
Broncos 58-4 Bulldogs FT
Oldham 24-34 Hornets FT
Ta’ai was a positive in Huddersfield’s defeat to Leeds on Friday night.
The back rower made 78 metres, 32 tackles and three offloads.
Ukuma also scored the Giants first try in the loss.
The Tongan is performing reliably in Dream Team again and is the third highest scoring Second Row after six rounds.
Junior was flying in Castleford’s win over Catalans on Sunday.
Moore made 128 metres, 25 tackles, three tackle busts and two offloads.
The forward completed a fine performance with one assist and one try.
Moors will continue to rack up the points if Castleford remain so swift in attack.
Davies impressed for the second week in a row during Wigan’s loss to Hull FC.
The young back made 198 metres, eight tackle busts and four clean breaks.
Tom also scored his second try in two games as Wigan fell just short.
With the vast injuries Wigan have, Davies offers great value as a stand in, but it is likely Tom will pick up less Dream Team points in the long term once Wigan’s players start to return.
Parcell again finds himself a top points scorer in Dream Team and was vital in Leeds’ victory over Huddersfield.
The hooker made 44 tackles with nine being from the marker position.
Matt also assisted one try and scored one try himself.
Parcell is now the top scoring player in Dream Team with 541 points, overtaking teammate Adam Cuthbertson during round six.
The Australian continues to impress and averages just over 77 Dream Team points a game. At such a low price, it frees up valuable budget to spend in other positions.
Welham has slotted into the Red Devils outfit perfectly since his return to Super League.
The versatile back made 150 metres, 30 tackles, three offloads and three clean breaks against Widnes.
Kris also added a try and an assist in the victory.
With plenty of competition in the Salford back line, Welham has found his place and impressed in his six appearances so far.
Williams’ was on a level of his own during round 6.
Despite the defeat, Williams was the figurehead in the Warriors attack.
The England international made 129 metres and six offloads.
George also assisted two tries and scored one of his own.
The most notable stat however, was the staggering 12 tackle busts Williams made.
Even in an injury struck Wigan side, Williams is still producing the goods. It only gives hope that the Stand Off will improve further once the Warriors are at full strength.
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