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Leading the charge - most points and tries scored this season

A solitary field goal kicked in their Round 10 loss to Souths Logan Magpies is the only point separating Wynnum Manly Seagulls five-eighth Jack Campagnolo and Sunshine Coast Falcons captain Todd Murphy at the top of the leading points scorer ladder.

Campagnolo has crossed for two tries this season and kicked 59 goals, plus a field goal, for 127 points, while halfback Murphy has scored one try and potted 61 goals for a total of 126.

With Round 16 and Round 17 of the Intrust Super Cup competition set to take place in September, and Round 18 of the Intrust Super Cup down to proceed as scheduled on the weekend of August 21-22 (if restrictions across the entire state are lifted by 5pm on Monday, August 16), there is still plenty of opportunity for players across the competition to add to their tally.

Nat McGavin in action against PNG Hunters. Photo: Scott Davis / QRL
Nat McGavin in action against PNG Hunters. Photo: Scott Davis / QRL

A couple hat-tricks have helped Sunshine Coast Falcons flyer Nat McGavin to the top of the try scorers ladder following Round 15, with young Souths Logan Magpies gun Ezra Mam rocketing into the top five with 10 tries from his seven games.

Intrust Super Cup 2021 season statistics

Leading point scorers

Player Club Tries Goals Field Goals  Points
Jack Campagnolo Wynnum Manly Seagulls 2 59       1 127
Todd Murphy Sunshine Coast Falcons 1 61   126
Josh Rogers Burleigh Bears 8 41   114
Lindon McGrady Tweed Seagulls 3 49   110
Josh Cleeland Ipswich Jets 2 47       1 103

Leading try scorers

Player Club Tries
Nat McGavin Sunshine Coast Falcons 11
Tony Tumusa Norths Devils 10
Jono Reuben Norths Devils 10
Jayden Berrell Wynnum Manly Seagulls 10
Ezra Mam Souths Logan Magpies 10

The 2021 season statistics for the competition - including most line breaks, tackles and try assists - can be found on the Intrust Super Cup’s stats page.

*Season statistics via and Ken Cooper