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  • Liam Kermode

2023 GameDay Squad Rugby League Scoring

Updated: Mar 28, 2023

With the inaugural GameDay Squad season in the books, it's time to scrub up on all things GDS in order to get ready for the biggest and best GameDay Squad season to date!


To give our coaches the best chance at success in 2023, we have released the scoring system that GameDay Squad Rugby League will be using this season down below



Scoring


The GameDay Squad Rugby League scoring for 2023 is as follows:


  • Try -10 points

  • Goal - 3 points

  • 1-Point Field Goal - 4 points

  • 2-Point Field Goal - 6 points

  • Try Assist - 6 points

  • Line Break - 4 points

  • Line Break Assist - 3 points

  • Tackle - 1 point

  • Tackle Break - 3 points

  • Missed Tackle - (-3) points

  • Offload - 2 points

  • Error - (-4) points

  • 40/20 or 20/40 Kick - 5 points

  • Metres Gained - 1 point for every 10 metres

  • Kicking Metres - 1 point for every 30 metres

  • Penalty - (-4) points

  • Sin-Bin - (-6) points

  • Send-Off - (-12) points

  • Kick Defused - 2 points

  • Forced Drop-Out - 3 points

Forced Turnovers and Try Saves will not be recorded in 2023


2022 Review

We have gone back and analysed which players would have been the stars of the 2022 Rugby League GameDay Squad season.


Note: Finals games have been included in calculating GDS season averages


Top 10 players based on average score:

  1. Nicholas Hynes - Cronulla Sharks (HLF) - 70.04 GDS points per game

  2. Cameron Munster - Melbourne Storm (HLF) - 61.00 GDS points per game

  3. Damien Cook - South Sydney Rabbitohs (HOK) - 60.30 GDS points per game

  4. Nathan Cleary - Penrith Panthers (HLF) - 60.06 GDS points per game

  5. Latrell Mitchell - South Sydney Rabbitohs (WFB) - 59.41 GDS points per game

  6. Daly Cherry Evans - Manly Sea Eagles (HLF) - 58.32 GDS points per game

  7. James Tedesco - Sydney Roosters (WFB) - 58.29 GDS points per game

  8. Ryan Papenhuyzen - Melbourne Storm (WFB) - 57.75 GDS points per game

  9. Cameron Murray - South Sydney Rabbitohs (MID) - 55.30 GDS points per game

  10. Isaiah Papali’i - Parramatta Eels (EDG) - 55.11 GDS points per game

We also took a deeper dive into the top 3 of each position!


Hookers

  1. Damien Cook - South Sydney Rabbitohs (HOK) - 60.30 GDS points per game

  2. Harry Grant - Melbourne Storm (HOK) - 54.24

  3. Reece Robson - North Queensland Cowboys (HOK) - 49.04

Middle-Forwards

  1. Cameron Murray - South Sydney Rabbitohs (MID) - 55.30 GDS points per game

  2. Payne Haas - Brisbane Broncos (MID) - 54.50

  3. Joseph Tapine - Canberra Raiders (MID) - 52.64

Edge-Forwards

  1. Isaiah Papali’i - Parramatta Eels (EDG) - 55.11 GDS points per game

  2. Haumole Olakau'atu - Manly Sea Eagles (EDG) - 49.71

  3. David Fifita - Gold Coast Titans (EDG) - 48.39

Halves

  1. Nicholas Hynes - Cronulla Sharks (HLF) - 70.04 GDS points per game

  2. Cameron Munster - Melbourne Storm (HLF) - 61.00 GDS points per game

  3. Nathan Cleary - Penrith Panthers (HLF) - 60.06 GDS points per game

Centres

  1. Joseph Manu - Sydney Roosters (CTR) - 48.74

  2. Valentine Holmes - North Queensland Cowboys (CTR) - 45.96

  3. Siosifa Talakai - Cronulla Sharks (CTR) - 42.38

Winger/Fullbacks

  1. Latrell Mitchell - South Sydney Rabbitohs (WFB) - 59.41 GDS points per game

  2. James Tedesco - Sydney Roosters (WFB) - 58.29 GDS points per game

  3. Ryan Papenhuyzen - Melbourne Storm (WFB) - 57.75 GDS points per game

We look forward to competing with you all for premiership glory in season 2023!

 

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