MATTER OF STATS: BRL reaches 2500 points for the season
THERE has now been more than 2500 points scored this Bundaberg Rugby League season.
The top three teams - Hervey Bay Seagulls, Past Brothers and Wallaroos - have been responsible for 49.38% of all points.
Combined, they account for 1248 points, 234 of the competition's 472 tries, and 156 of the season's 319 goals.
Third-placed Wallaroos boast the best attack with 430 points (35.83 points per game).
Centre Shaun Collins has scored more than 25% of the club's tries. He leads the try-scorers table with 22 of the club's 82 four-pointers.
Hooker Jack Horder is the club's leading point-scorer with four tries and 45 goals for his 106 points.
Wallaroos has surprisingly had the least amount of point-scorers (17), who have contributed an average of 25.29 points each.
Past Brothers is the next-best with 430 points via 79 tries and 51 goals, with Hervey Bay third on 400 points (73 tries, 54 goals).
There has been a total of 164 point-scorers so far this season, with just seven who have scored points solely by their boot.
Tyrone Ward (Easts), Clinton Horne (Hervey Bay), Taylar Barritt (Isis), Kurt Fleming, Luke Seno (both Maryborough Brothers), Ryan Fernie (Wallaroos) and Corey Gough (Wests Panthers) are yet to score a try but were credited with goals by the BRL.
31 players have scored via penalty goals or conversions this season, while 157 have scored tries.
Wallaroos and Easts Magpies have had five goalkickers each this year, more than any other club, while Wests and Hervey Bay have had 23 different try-scorers.
Hervey Bay and Waves Tigers have used just two goalkickers each, while Wallaroos boasts the least amount of try-scorers with 16.