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Team of the Year so far…

Top Players on TheBench

After ten rounds of the 2015 season it’s time to take stock and look at the top players of 2015 so far on TheBench.


TheBench Classic

In the most popular version of the game, our 9-a-side Classic, it’s the tall boppers in the ruck leading the way. They currently hold the top six overall scores with Todd Goldstein (480) ahead of Aaron Sandilands (467), Shane Mumford (440), Sam Jacobs (439), Stefan Martin (410) and Mike Pyke (371).

Position Player Club Score after Rd 10
Forward #1 Josh Kennedy West Coast 261
Forward #2 Jeromy Cameron GWS 209
Forward #3 Eddie Betts Adelaide 202
Midfielder #1 David Armitage St Kilda 319
Midfielder #2 Nathan Fyfe Fremantle 315
Midfielder #3 Daniel Hannebery Sydney 313
Ruckman Todd Goldstein North Melbourne 480
Tackler Matthew Priddis West Coast 365


TheBench Full Field

The full field version of our game brings the ruckmen back to the pack.

The leading scorer after 10 rounds is Nathan Fyfe, which is a great reflection of just how damn well he’s going. He is among six player who have broken the magical 1,000 point mark so far this season.

Position Player Club Score after Rd 10
Full Forward  Josh Kennedy  West Coast  953
Forward #1  Jack Gunston  Hawthorn  959
Forward #2  Buddy Franklin  Sydney  917
Forward #3  Taylor Walker  Adelaide  870
Forward #4  Jack Riewoldt  Richmond  859
Half Forward  Luke Dahlhaus  Footscray  1,008
Ruckman  Stefan Martin  Brisbane  1,057
Midfielder #1  Nathan Fyfe  Fremantle  1,109
Midfielder #2  Patrick Dangerfield  Adelaide  1,083
Midfielder #3  Dustin Martin  Richmond  1,015
Midfielder #4  Luke Parker  Sydney  996
Midfielder #5  Robert Gray  Port Adelaide  953
Half Back  Dyson Heppell  Essendon  1,062
Defender #1  Sam Mitchell  Hawthorn  928
Defender #2  Corey Enright  Geelong  898
Defender #3  Heath Shaw GWS  867
Defender #4  Tom Bell  Carlton  863
Full Back  Tom McDonald  Melbourne  843
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A Founder of NRLCEO. Jamie spends far more time on running the NRLCEO site than his own team on TheBench and is therefore a perennial struggler, much the the delight of his mates. Like his team, the Raiders, he can pull off a big upset one week and then disappoint for the next three weeks. Once tackled (flopped on) Vic Mauro. Web Geek by day, Web Geek by night, pyromaniac, stats addict and failed cricketer.

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