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Standoff Thomas Leuluai is the only player who has been on the field every minute of the Vodafone Warriors 14 NRL matches so far this season. Photo: Photosport.

Leuluai, who turned 28 on Saturday, has clocked up a total of 1120 minutes in the middle.

Hes one of four Vodafone Warriors who have appeared in all 14 games, the others being Shaun Johnson, Feleti Mateo and Ben Matulino.

Johnson, captain Simon Mannering averaging 79 minutes a game and Mateo are the other players who have topped 1000 minutes so far.

With 10 matches left in the regular season, has analysed the clubs stats leaders from the data compiled by NRL Stats (see below).

The Vodafone Warriors, coming off their first bye, resume their 2013 campaign against the Brisbane Broncos at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday (match day sponsor: Herald on Sunday). Their clash kicks off at 4.05pm, the last leg of another tripleheader Sunday which starts with the Auckland Vulcans facing Cronulla in the New South Wales Cup (11.50am kick-off) and is followed by the NYC encounter between the Vodafone Junior Warriors and the Broncos (1.45pm kick-off).

The Vodafone Warriors have been back training today after having the weekend off, facing a mini two-game mission before their second bye in round 18 ahead of the third State of Origin match. After playing Brisbane this weekend they travel to Perth to take on South Sydney at NIB Stadium on Sunday, July 7 (4.30pm kick-off local times; 8.30pm kick-off NZT).

Stats leaders (minimum seven appearances):

Most games: 14 Shaun Johnson, Thomas Leuluai, Feleti Mateo, Ben Matulino; 13 Simon Mannering, Elijah Taylor; 12 Jacob Lillyman, Sam Rapira

Most minutes: Thomas Leuluai 1120, Shaun Johnson 1088, Simon Mannering 1027, Feleti Mateo 823, Todd Lowrie 800, Konrad Hurrell 795

Most average minutes: 80 Thomas Leuluai (14 games), Glen Fisiiahi (8 games), Ngani Laumape (7 games); 79.5 Konrad Hurrell (10 games); 79 Simon Mannering (13 games); 78.1 Bill Tupou (9 games)

Most tries: 9 Manu Vatuvei 9 (10 games); 6 Konrad Hurrell 6 (10 games); 5 Glen Fisiiahi (8 games); 4 Elijah Taylor (13 games), Thomas Leuluai (14 games), Shaun Johnson (14 games)

Most points: 86 Shaun Johnson

Most line breaks: 8 Konrad Hurrell; 7 Manu Vatuvei; 5 Thomas Leuluai, Elijah Taylor, Bill Tupou; 4 Kevin Locke

Most line break assists: 7 Shaun Johnson, Kevin Locke; 4 Feleti Mateo; 3 Konrad Hurrell, Dane Nielsen

Most try assists: 10 Shaun Johnson; 7 Kevin Locke; 4 Thomas Leuluai, Feleti Mateo; 3 Manu Vatuvei

Most total runs: 174 Ben Matulino; 173 Feleti Mateo; 132 Simon Mannering; 131 Jacob Lillyman; 116 Konrad Hurrell; 115 Sam Rapira; 112 Kevin Locke; 111 Todd Lowrie; 106 Manu Vatuvei; 101 Ngani Laumape

Most average runs: 14.4 Ngani Laumape; 12.4 Ben Matulino, Feleti Mateo; 11.6 Konrad Hurrell; 11.2 Kevin Locke; 10.9 Jacob Lillyman; 10.6 Manu Vatuvei, Bill Tupou; 10.4 Glen Fisiiahi; 10.2 Simon Mannering; 10.1 Todd Lowrie

Most metres: 1572 Ben Matulino; 1343 Feleti Mateo; 1177 Jacob Lillyman; 1104 Manu Vatuvei; 1057 Simon Mannering; 1030 Konrad Hurrell; 944 Sam Rapira; 940 Kevin Locke; 916 Ngani Laumape; 908 Bill Tupou

Most average metres: 130.9 Ngani Laumape; 112.3 Ben Matulino; 110.4 Manu Vatuvei; 103 Konrad Hurrell; 101 Glen Fisiiahi; 100.9 Bill Tupou; 98.1 Jacob Lillyman; 95.9 Feleti Mateo; 94 Kevin Locke; 81.3 Simon Mannering

Most off loads: 36 Feleti Mateo; 14 Kevin Locke, Ben Matulino; 12 Simon Mannering; 10 Sam Rapira; 8 Konrad Hurrell, Russell Packer

Most tackle breaks: 35 Manu Vatuvei; 32 Konrad Hurrell, Shaun Johnson; 27 Thomas Leuluai; 26 Bill Tupou; 20 Kevin Locke, Feleti Mateo; 17 Ben Matulino

Most tackles: 493 Nathan Friend; 438 Simon Mannering; 405 Todd Lowrie; 391 Elijah Taylor; 299 Ben Matulino; 273 Jacob Lillyman; 272 Sam Rapira; 260 Feleti Mateo; 226 Thomas Leuluai

Most average tackles: 44.8 Nathan Friend; 36.8 Todd Lowrie; 33.7 Simon Mannering; 30.1 Elijah Taylor; 28.0 Ben Henry; 22.8 Jacob Lillyman; 22.7 Sam Rapira; 21.4 Ben Matulino

Total kicks: 127 Shaun Johnson; 68 Thomas Leuluai

40/20 kicks: 4 Shaun Johnson
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