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Fantasy Super Rugby Week 10: Dream Team, Top Scorer, Unluckiest Pick, Poorest Pick and what did we learn?

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BYE WEEKS
Round 3: Bulls, Rebels
Round 4: Force, Stormers
Round 5: Chiefs, Hurricanes
Round 6: Brumbies, Jaguares, Kings, Sunwolves
Round 7: Cheetahs, Crusaders, Lions, Rebels
Round 8: Force, Highlanders, Sharks, Waratahs
Round 9: Blues, Reds
Round 10: Bulls, Hurricanes
Round 11: Brumbies, Kings
Round 12: Chiefs, Stormers, Sunwolves, Waratahs
Round 13: Jaguares, Reds
Round 16: Blues, Crusaders, Highlanders
Round 16: Cheetahs, Lions, Sharks

MASSIVE Apologies for no Touch, Pause and Engage last week we were in Vegas.

TOP SCORER – David Havili with 122 points, George Bridge deserves a mention with 104.

UNLUCKY PICKS – Faf de Klerk(LIONS) 1 point, averaging 2.7 points from the last 5 games. Made some great points last year but this year has made way too many errors and bad passes.

POOREST PERFORMERS – Kirwan Sanday(REDS) -6 a sub prop, 0 people have him in the game.

What has round 10 taught us:

  1. The Australian teams are this seasons poor performers. The Brumbies are now below the worst New Zealand team in the table…
  2.  The Chiefs didn’t smash the Sunwolves as was predicted. I think the chiefs did not play there best rugby and The Sunwolves played some great rugby too. I’ve been saying it for weeks, not only are they getting better and better but its entertaining to watch.
  3. Micheal Hooper was referred to as Australia’s best center this weekend. He would be fantastic at 12 for Australia, imagine him and Kerevi playing 12 and 13 for Australia.
  4. The forwards put in a great performance in Buones Aires this weekend and I feel the Du Preez brothers along with Phillip van der Walt are improving weekly.
  5. It all came together for The Kings against the Rebels. I am so glad for them as they’ve been working really hard at the game. Only wish I could have afforded Lionel Cronje for that fixture as he made an impressive 38 points.
  6. The Stormers got a hiding from The Highlanders, it was painful to watch. I thought after beating the Chiefs in Cape Town we’d compete in New Zealand, boy was I wrong, same on touring New Zealand Stormers, owned!
  7. Naholo is pure class and I expect him to be scoring more and more tries in the next few fixtures.
  8. Week10BestPerf
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