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Simply in case you missed it – The Roar topped it’s high 50 NRL gamers final week, utilizing the mixed work of NRL consultants Scott Pryde, Mary Konstantopoulos, Stuart McLennan, AJ Mithen and Tim Gore.

Sydney Roosters fullback James Tedesco was named the NRL’s No.1 participant by our panel of consultants, and you may view the whole countdown beneath – however there’s a number of oddities of curiosity that we merely didn’t have time for final week.

For starters on the subject of Tedesco, it might curiosity you to know we had a lot much less of a consensus in 2019 than we’ve seen in years previous, with solely two judges in the end choosing him as their No.1.

Scott and Stuart each gave Teddy the utmost marks, however three out of 5 judges felt there was one other participant extra deserving.

James Tedesco

(Picture by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Pictures)

Each Mary and AJ gave the highest spot to Tedesco’s Sydney Roosters teammate Cooper Cronk, however he was dragged down to 3rd general by Scott’s determination to rank him as solely the 11th finest participant within the competitors.

Melbourne Storm skipper Cameron Smith was the opposite participant the get the No.1 rating from a decide, backed in there by Tim Gore, however completed fourth general.

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Jason Taumalolo, curiously, outpaced each Cronk and Smith regardless of not being ranked higher than No.2 general by any decide.

Each participant within the high ten was included in every decide’s particular person high 50, however there have been two gamers who made it into the 20s with a minimum of one decide electing to not embody them in any respect.

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck rose as excessive as No.14 general regardless of not attracting any votes from Stuart, whereas Josh Hodgson got here in at No.17 with out being ranked by Mary.

Issues obtained extra spotty from there on out, and within the 41-50 zone there have been a handful of gamers who managed to sneak in regardless of solely having the backing of two out of 5 judges – Cody Walker, Blake Ferguson, Adam Reynolds, Dane Gagai, and Mr No.50 himself, Elliott Whitehead.

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Rooster Joseph Manu might rely himself because the competitors’s unluckiest, narrowly lacking out after he was ranked No.51 general.

However what concerning the one-judge wonders? Tohu Harris and Will Chambers have been the foremost outliers right here, coming in at No.9 and No.11 respectively for Mary, however failing to make the general 50 as they weren’t backed by any of the others.

Right here’s a full record of the gamers who had a one-person cheer squad.

Scott Pryde: Paul Vaughan, Aiden Sezer, Alex Johnston.

Mary Konstantopoulos: Will Chambers, Tohu Harris, Josh Dugan, Aaron Woods, Campbell Graham.

Stuart McLennan: Tom Burgess, Jack De Belin, Tevita Pangai, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Jared Warea-Hargraves, Jarrod Croker, Nick Cotric, Esan Masters.

AJ Mithen: Cam McInnes, Dale Finucane.

Tim Gore: Clint Gutherson, Jordan McLean, Jon Bateman.

Right here is the total desk of votes from every professional.

Participant Scott Mary Stuart AJ Tim Factors
James Tedesco 1 7 1 2 three 291
Jason Taumalolo four eight 2 three 2 286
Cooper Cronk 11 1 three 1 four 285
Cameron Smith 2 2 four 11 1 285
Latrell Mitchell 6 10 10 four 11 264
Kalyn Ponga 5 four 5 15 14 262
Damien Cook dinner three three 12 20 17 250
Sam Burgess 12 23 6 5 15 244
Gareth Widdop eight 6 11 18 19 243
Cameron Munster 21 15 9 16 10 233
Andrew Fifita 18 29 24 eight 6 219
Jake Trbojevic 7 42 26 6 13 211
Nathan Cleary 27 14 eight 23 21 211
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 10 5 13 7 209
Boyd Cordner 16 16 7 25 33 208
James Maloney 13 36 19 22 18 197
Josh Hodgson 15 18 7 eight 196
Tom Trbojevic 14 31 16 53 12 179
Shaun Johnson 19 12 15 43 36 179
Greg Inglis 9 58 13 29 22 173
Angus Crichton 25 24 29 27 43 156
Daly Cherry-Evans 47 34 10 5 148
Jesse Bromwich 35 14 31 20 143
Michael Morgan 26 12 9 136
Martin Taupau 30 30 47 38 27 132
Mitchell Pearce 33 48 9 24 129
Anthony Milford 46 28 17 25 127
Luke Keary 20 19 23 120
David Klemmer 22 21 59 28 113
Ben Hunt 49 39 20 26 109
Viliame Kikau 23 35 28 49 108
Josh Addo-Carr 31 19 46 42 105
Wade Graham 50 13 22 97
Matt Moylan 38 38 40 31 96
Josh Jackson 24 41 26 91
Luke Brooks 51 37 31 33 91
Reagan Campbell-Gillard 33 40 52 30 89
Andrew McCullough 43 35 16 88
James Graham 44 17 49 48 85
Ryan James 25 37 45 53 84
Josh McGuire 40 23 39 81
James Roberts 18 27 58 80
Cody Walker 17 30 75
Tariq Sims 26 45 38 73
Tyson Frizell 49 36 50 37 72
Blake Ferguson 32 17 72
Adam Reynolds 28 21 72
David Fusitu’a 29 54 49 41 70
Dane Gagai 22 32 68
Elliott Whitehead 21 34 67
Joseph Manu 14 44 64
Jai Arrow 37 44 38 63
Jordan Rapana 54 36 34 59
Tyrone Peachey 59 53 32 60 41 59
Will Chambers 11 56 55
Victor Radley 50 30 56 55 53
Siosiua Taukeiaho 24 46 52
Jamayne Isaako 36 35 59 52
Tohu Harris 9 52
Dylan Edwards 37 35 50
Corey Oates 27 46 49
AJ Brimson 41 32 48
Josh Papalii 56 55 42 45 45
Josh Dugan 20 41
Joey Leilua 42 39 40
Josh Mansour 47 34 40
Clinton Gutherson 54 29 39
Tom Burgess 43 51 51 38
Suliasi Vunikalu 43 41 38
Paul Gallen 45 44 57 36
Jack De Belin 25 36
Coen Hess 33 54 35
Tevita Pangai 28 33
George Burgess 48 52 50 32
Jordan McLean 52 40 30
Cameron Murray 32 29
Dallin Watene-Zelezniak 44 52 26
Paul Vaughan 34 26
Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 57 39 25
Jarrod Croker 57 42 22
Alex Johnston 39 21
Aidan Sezer 40 20
Nick Cotric 45 16
Aaron Woods 46 15
Jon Bateman 47 14
Cam McInnes 47 14
Dale Finucane 48 13
Campbell Graham 48 13
Esan Marsters 50 60 12
Robbie Farah 51 10
Felise Kaufusi 51 10
Dylan Walker 53 eight
John Sutton 52 eight
Jesse Ramien 58 57 7
Darius Boyd 53 7
Joe Ofahengauhe 55 6
Matt Scott 55 6
Jake Granville 54 6
Isaac Yeo 56 5
Nelson Asofa-Solomona 55 5
Curtis Scott 57 four
Kieran Foran 56 four
Tim Mannah 58 three
Jarrod Wallace 59 2
Ashley Taylor 58 2
Waqa Blake 60 1
Connor Watson 59 1
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The Roar’s high 50 NRL gamers
50. Elliott Whitehead
49. Dane Gagai
48. David Fusitu’a
47. Adam Reynolds
46. Blake Ferguson
45. Tyson Frizell
44. Tariq Sims
43. Cody Walker
42. James Roberts
41. Josh McGuire
40. Ryan James
39. James Graham
38. Andrew McCullough
37. Reagan Campbell-Gillard
36. Josh Jackson
35. Luke Brooks
34. Matt Moylan
33. Wade Graham
32. Josh Addo-Carr
31. Viliame Kikau
30. Ben Hunt
29. David Klemmer
28. Luke Keary
27. Anthony Milford
26. Mitchell Pearce
25. Martin Taupau
24. Michael Morgan
23. Jesse Bromwich
22. Daly Cherry-Evans
21. Angus Crichton
20. Greg Inglis
19. Shaun Johnson
18. Tom Trbojevic
17. Josh Hodgson
16. James Maloney
15. Boyd Cordner
14. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
13. Nathan Cleary
12. Jake Trbojevic
11. Andrew Fifita
10. Cameron Munster
9. Gareth Widdop
eight. Sam Burgess
7. Damien Cook dinner
6. Kalyn Ponga
5. Latrell Mitchell
four. Cameron Smith
three. Cooper Cronk
2. Jason Taumalolo
1. James Tedesco


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