2019 Rookie Rankings – Round 24

Maika Sivo

1. Payne Haas (Brisbane Broncos – last week: 1st)
19 games, 4 tries, 187.2 metres per game, 1325.3 post contact metres, 6 line breaks, 91 tackle breaks, 92.2% tackle efficiency

v Parramatta (prop) – 82 minutes, 24 runs, 234 metres, 117 post contact, 2 tackle breaks, 92.3% tackle efficiency, 48 tackles, 3 missed, 1 ineffective

2. Maika Sivo (Parramatta Eels – 3rd)
22 games, 17 tries, 143.2 metres per game, 977 post contact metres, 17 line breaks, 76 tackle breaks, 84.5% tackle efficiency

v Parramatta (wing) – 1 try, 19 runs, 230 metres, 71 post contact, 2 line breaks, 4 tackle breaks, 2 offloads, 100% tackle efficiency, 2 tackles, 0 missed, 1 error

3. Briton Nikora (Cronulla Sharks – 2nd)
22 games, 6 tries, 87.8 metres per game, 10 line breaks, 52 tackle breaks, 4 try assists, 5 line break assists, 88.2% tackle efficiency

v Canberra (second row) – 88 minutes, 4 runs, 29 metres, 1 tackle breaks, 91.7% tackle efficiency, 33 tackles, 1 miss, 2 ineffective, 2 errors

4. Bronson Xerri (Cronulla Sharks – 4th)
20 games, 12 tries, 127.5 metres per game, 13 line breaks, 84 tackle breaks, 7 try assists, 82.2% tackle efficiency

v Canberra (centre) – 14 runs, 142 metres, 52 post contact, 1 line break assist, 1 try assist, 6 tackle breaks, 70.6% tackle efficiency, 12 tackles, 3 missed, 2 ineffective

5. Ryan Papenhuyzen (Melbourne Storm – 5th)
19 games, 7 tries, 109.4 metres per game, 12 line breaks, 54 tackle breaks, 5 try assists, 80.1% tackle efficiency

v Manly (fullback) – 1 try, 27 runs, 220 metres, 48 post contact, 1 line break, 1 try assist, 11 tackle breaks, 100% tackle efficiency, 3 tackles, 0 missed, 1 error

6. Braden Hamlin-Uele (Cronulla Sharks – 7th)
19 games, 4 tries, 100.7 run metres per game, 651.4 post contact metres, 4 line breaks, 48 tackle breaks, 89.4% tackle efficiency

v Canberra (bench) – 29 minutes, 12 runs, 97 metres, 36 post contact, 1 tackle break, 1 offload, 91.7% tackle efficiency, 22 tackles, 0 missed, 2 ineffective

7. Brian To’o (Penrith Panthers – 8th)
14 games, 8 tries, 168.8 metres per game, 722 post contact metres, 68 tackle breaks, 87.2% tackle efficiency

v Sydney (wing) – 17 runs, 121 metres, 48 post contact, 8 tackle breaks, 85.7% tackle efficiency, 6 tackles, 1 miss, 1 error

8. Reuben Garrick (Manly Sea Eagles – 6th)
23 games, 16 tries, 110 metres per game, 614 post contact metres, 11 line breaks, 60 tackle breaks, 62% tackle efficiency

v Melbourne (wing) – 13 runs, 86 metres, 21 post contact, 3 tackle breaks, 66.7% tackle efficiency, 2 tackles, 1 missed, 1 error

9. Corey Horsburgh (Canberra Raiders – 10th)
18 games, 100.2 metres per game, 665.7 post contact metres, 7 tackle breaks, 91.9% tackle efficiency

v Cronulla (bench) – 33 minutes, 17 runs, 161 metres, 50 post contact, 3 offloads, 100% tackle efficiency, 25 tackles, 0 missed

10. Jack Williams (Cronulla Sharks – 9th)
22  games, 1 try, 98.7 metres per game, 705 post contact metres, 3 line breaks, 28 tackle breaks, 89% tackle efficiency

Did not play in Round 24


The 18th Man’s Rookie Rankings, released after each round, take into account a player’s previous round performance and their season as a whole.

We are using the NRL’s criteria for Dally M Rookie of the Year; players are eligible for the Rookie of the Year in their debut season and the subsequent two NRL seasons. Once a player plays his fifth NRL Premiership match (or Super League match), he becomes ineligible for the Rookie of the Year in any subsequent seasons.

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