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Checking out key stats attack after eight rounds

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck is starting the second third of the season sharing the lead on the Dally M ladder - and no wonder looking at the Vodafone Warriors captain’s statistics.

Run through any number of the key measures and the 2018 Dally M winner features consistently.

On the count of runs, he leads the entire NRL pack with 196 – close to 25 a game – and is second for run metres with 1768 (an average of 221 a game).

But it’s not all about runs and metres gained for RTS.

He’s also third for post contact metres (571), fourth for tackle breaks (44), seventh equal for off loads (15) and 15th for line breaks (6).

While RTS is the Vodafone Warriors’ standout individual so far, a run through the team statistics provides solid reading with the side sitting in seventh spot on the ladder with a four wins-four losses record.

The highlight is the completions category which sees the Vodafone Warriors leading all clubs on 83 per cent. They’re also first for post contact metres with 5120 and third for most off loads (44).

In the defence statistics the Vodafone Warriors have fared well, too. They’ve missed just 199 tackles; only four clubs have fewer missed tackles.

Here’s a look at a range of individual and team statistics:

 

INDIVIDUAL STATS

 

Points | 60 – Kodi Nikorima (5th)

Leader: 88 – Adam Reynolds (Rabbitohs)

 

Tries | 5 – Ken Maumalo (25th)

Leader: 11 – Brett Morris (Roosters)

 

Line breaks | 6 – Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (15th equal)

Leaders: 11 – Alex Johnston (Rabbitohs), Maika Sivo (Eels)

 

Post-contact metres | 584 – Ken Maumalo (2nd), 571 – Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (3rd)

Leader: 769 – Brian To’o (Panthers)

 

Line engaged | 39 – Kodi Nikorima (3rd)

Leader: 45 – Scott Drinkwater (Cowboys)

 

Tackle breaks | 44 – Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (4th)

Leader: 61 – Brian To’o (Panthers)

 

Off loads | 15 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (7th equal)

Leader: 23 – Christian Welch (Storm)

 

All receipts | 823 – Wayde Egan (6th)

Leader: 979 – Reed Mahoney (Eels)

 

Kick metres | 2011 – Kodi Nikorima (12th)

Leader: 3722 – Nathan Cleary (Panthers)

 

All kicks | 77 – Kodi Nikorima (10th)

Leader: 122 – Nathan Cleary (Panthers)

 

Tackles | 343 – Wayde Egan (5th), 306 – Tohu Harris (10th)

Leader: 426 – Jayden Brailey (Knights)

 

All runs | 196 – Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (1st), 161 – Ken Maumalo (3rd)

Leader: 196 – Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (Vodafone Warriors)

 

Run metres | 1768 – Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (2nd), 1429 – Ken Maumalo (7th)

Leader: 1965 – Brian To’o (Panthers)

 

Dummy half runs | 31 – Wayde Egan (10th)

Leader: 56 – Damien Cook (Rabbitohs)

 

TEAM STATS

 

Points scored | 157 (9th equal 10th)

Leader: 242 – Storm

 

Tries | 27 (7th equal)

Leader: 44 – Roosters

 

Possession | 51% (7th equal)

Leader: 54% - Storm and Panthers

 

Completions | 83% (1st)

Leader: 83% - Vodafone Warriors

 

Line engaged | 111 (10th)

Leader: 167 – Titans

 

Line breaks | 32 (9th)

Leader: 55 – Storm

 

Post-contact metres | 5120 (1st)

Leader: 5120 – Vodafone Warriors

 

Tackle breaks | 219 (10th)

Leader: 298 – Panthers

 

All run metres | 13,269 (8th)

Leader: 15,203 – Panthers

 

All runs | 1498 (6th)

Leader: 1534 – Storm

 

Dummy half runs | 63 (11th)

Leader: 142 (Storm)

 

Off loads | 94 (3rdh)

Leader: 103 – Wests Tigers

 

Try assists | 20 (11th)

Leader: 36 – Eels

 

Line break assists | 21 (12th)

Leader: 40 – Storm

 

Tackles | 2779 (9th)

Leader: 3017 – Knights

 

Missed tackles | 199 (12th)

Leader: 285 – Dragons

 

Total kicks | 168 (8th)

Leader: 192 – Panthers

 

Kick metres | 4557 (10th)

Leader: 5387 – Panthers

 

Errors | 74 (14th)

Leader: 100 – Sea Eagles

 

Ineffective tackles | 116 (12th)

Leader: 167 – Cowboys

 

Penalties conceded | 30 (7th)

Leader: 42 – Bulldogs

 

Handling errors | 66 (12th)

Leader: 93 – Sea Eagles