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Week 4 Fantasy Round-up


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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

The Dream Team Of Week 4 ( Points):


  • Michael Alaalatoa (CRU) scoring 53 points
  • Uelese (REB) scoring 52 points


  • Agustín Creevy(JAG) scoring 69 points


  • Lodewyk de Jager(BUL) scoring 36 points 
  • Matt Philip(REB) scoring 35 points 


  • Mafi(REB) scoring 76 points 
  • Akira Ioane(BLU) scoring 67 points 
  • Luke Whitelock(HIG) scoring 65 points


  • Aaron Smith(HIG) scoring 49 points


  • Elton Jantjies (LIO) scoring 58 points


  • Kerevi (RED)scoring 77 points
  • Rob Thompson(HIG), Rieko Ioane(BLU) & André Esterhuizen(SHA) all scoring 70 points


  • Israel Folau(TAH) scoring 86 points
  • Makazole Mapimpi(SHA)scoring 83 points
  • Naholo(HIG)scoring 68 points

TOP SCORER – IZZY (TAH) the top point scorer of Week 4.


  1. Ryan Crotty(CRU) -Off injured early in the with match with -2.

POOREST PERFORMER – Frans van Wyk(STO) –6 points.

What has round 4 taught us:

  1. The Rebels are not just playing well, they leading the Super Rugby table in 2018. Players like Mafi and Uelese(hooker listed as a prop) are bankers and even their young lock made it into the dream team this week. This weekend they face the Tahs who lost to the Jags, there could be a shift in who is who of Australian rugby this weekend.
  2. The Lions roved that need to sometime tighten up their play. They were leading the Blues and decided to play a loose game which suit the blues. Rieko took full advantage of this. Not sure I can bring him in just for 1 week.
  3. The Stormers put on a good show against the Highlanders but were outclassed. Willemse scored just over 50 points and is looking sharp and with them playing a few games at home I expect his form to continue.
  4. Folau is just insane and if you don’t have him, get him or you’ll pay the price.
  5. The Highlanders played extremely well, Smith gave a master class in srumhalf and Naholo showed us glimpses of his skills and still made 68 points, I think he’ll be doing well in the next few weeks despite the tougher opposition.
  6. Jordie Barret gave a solid performance, on a bye this week but I think he’s the one to bring in next week.
  7. Kerevi moving to 12 seems to mean he gets involved more and his points have increased a lot. If he stays at 12 he’ll be getting a really high average this year.
  8. Always and I mean always check the starting line-ups.
  9. The Sharks did ok against the Sunwolves, I did expect a few more of their players in this dream team. Mapimpi and André Esterhuizen were the pick of the lot. I am a bit sour as I had du Preez at 10 and he only made 35 points, which not amazing with that scoreline…

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