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Super Rugby stats (Round 18)


  • 07 Jul 2014
SP Marais ran the most metres and made the most carries in round 18 SP Marais ran the most metres and made the most carries in round 18

SARugbymag.co.za looks at the players who topped the stats in key areas of the game this past weekend as well as for the season so far.

KICKS FROM HAND

Round 18

14: Johan Goosen (Cheetahs)
14: SP Marais (Sharks)
13: Beauden Barrett (Hurricanes)
11: Andy Ellis (Crusaders)
11: Willie le Roux (Cheetahs)
10: Kurt Coleman (Stormers)
10: Bryce Hegarty (Rebels)

Season so far

189: Beauden Barrett (Hurricanes)
139: Jesse Mogg (Brumbies)
134: Sias Ebersohn (Force)
121: Willie le Roux (Cheetahs)
115: Will Genia (Reds)
113: Marnitz Boshoff (Lions)
110: Bernard Foley (Waratahs)

METRES RUN

Round 18

160: SP Marais (Sharks)
120: Bernard Foley (Waratahs)
118: Coenie van Wyk (Lions)
118: Tom English (Rebels)
113: Nemani Nadolo (Crusaders)
98: Frank Halai (Blues)
97: Samu Kerevi (Reds)
90: Ben Smith (Highlanders)
90: Tom Marshall (Chiefs)

Season so far

1,137: Ben Smith (Highlanders)
1,049: Willie le Roux (Cheetahs)
1,010: Israel Folau (Waratahs)
996: Julian Savea (Hurricanes)
968: Jason Woodward (Rebels)
876: Nemani Nadolo (Crusaders)
874: Jesse Mogg (Brumbies)
857: Lwazi Mvovo (Sharks)

CLEAN BREAKS

Round 18

6: Samu Kerevi (Reds)
4: Tom Marshall (Chiefs)
3: Aaron Cruden (Chiefs)
3: Bernard Foley (Waratahs)
2: Ardie Savea (Hurricanes)
2: James Marshall (Hurricanes)
2: Nemani Nadolo (Crusaders)
2: Tom English (Rebels)

Season so far

24: Israel Folau (Waratahs)
21: Nemani Nadolo (Crusaders)
18: Julian Savea (Hurricanes)
16: Adam Ashley-Cooper (Waratahs)
16: Malakai Fekitoa (Highlanders)
16: Alapati Leiua (Hurricanes)

CARRIES

Round 18

16: SP Marais (Sharks)
16: Luke Jones (Rebels)
14: Coenie van Wyk (Lions)
14: Dane Haylett-Petty (Force)
14: Kurtley Beale (Waratahs)
14: Liam Squire (Chiefs)

Season so far

182: Kurtley Beale (Waratahs)
176: Ben Smith (Highlanders)
159: Tim Nanai-Williams (Chiefs)
153: Ben McCalman (Force)
152: Luke Jones (Rebels)
150: Julian Savea (Hurricanes)
148: Willie le Roux (Cheetahs)
148: Bernard Foley (Waratahs)
146: Israel Folau (Waratahs)
146: Malakai Fekitoa (Highlanders)
145: Jesse Mogg (Brumbies)
143: Adam Ashley-Cooper (Waratahs)
141: Beauden Barrett (Hurricanes)

DEFENDERS BEATEN

Round 18

9: Cobus Reinach (Sharks)
8: Samu Kerevi (Reds)
7: Aaron Cruden (Chiefs)
5: Ardie Savea (Hurricanes)
5: Nemani Nadolo (Crusaders)
5: Ryan Crotty (Crusaders)

Season so far

54: Malakai Fekitoa (Highlanders)
49: Julian Savea (Hurricanes)
45: Israel Folau (Waratahs)
43: Ben Smith (Highlanders)
41: Nemani Nadolo (Crusaders)
40: Adam Ashley-Cooper (Waratahs)

OFFLOADS

Round 18

6: Mike Harris (Reds)
5: Israel Folau (Waratahs)
4: James Lowe (Chiefs)
4: Hugh Pyle (Rebels)
3: Greg Holmes (Reds)
3: Ben Tapuai (Reds)
3: Coenie van Wyk (Lions)
3: JP Pietersen (Sharks)

Season so far

42: Israel Folau (Waratahs)
26: Tawera Kerr-Barlow (Chiefs)
23: Quade Cooper (Reds)
22: Julian Savea (Hurricanes)
21: Malakai Fekitoa (Highlanders)
20: Luke Braid (Blues)
20: Nic White (Brumbies)
20: Tim Nanai-Williams (Chiefs)

TACKLES

Round 18

21: Curtis Browning (Reds)
18: Jordan Taufua (Crusaders)
15: Matt Todd (Crusaders)
15: Warwick Tecklenburg (Lions)
14: Jono Ross (Bulls)
13: Victor Matfield (Bulls)
13: Ben Franks (Hurricanes)

Season so far

206: Matt Hodgson (Force)
172: Shane Christie (Highlanders)
163: Nasi Manu (Highlanders)
159: Warren Whiteley (Lions)
158: Michael Hooper (Waratahs)
148: Jeremy Thrush (Hurricanes)
143: Jack Lam (Hurricanes)
143: Luke Braid (Blues)
142: James Horwill (Reds)
141: Jacques du Plessis (Bulls)

TACKLES MISSED

Round 18

5: Shaun Treeby (Highlanders)
4: Keven Mealamu (Blues)
4: Jono Owen (Reds)
4: Marnitz Boshoff (Lions)
4: Nick Frisby (Reds)
4: Sarel Pretorius (Cheetahs)

Season so far

29: Nic White (Brumbies)
29: Rayno Benjamin (Cheetahs)
28: Aaron Smith (Highlanders)
25: Jake Schatz (Reds)
24: Frans Steyn (Sharks)
24: Willie le Roux (Cheetahs)
23: Stefan Watermeyer (Lions)

TURNOVERS WON

Round 18

4: Deon Fourie (Stormers)
3: Warwick Tecklenburg (Lions)
2: Ardie Savea (Hurricanes)
2: Jerome Kaino (Blues)
2: Brodie Retallick (Chiefs)
2: Curtis Browning (Reds)
2: Matt Hodgson (Force)

Season so far

24: Matt Hodgson (Force)
20: Michael Hooper (Waratahs)
19: Deon Fourie (Stormers)
18: Richard Buckman (Highlanders)
17: Jack Lam (Hurricanes)
15: Jaco Kriel (Lions)
15: Scott Fuglistaller (Rebels)

HANDLING ERRORS

Round 18

5: Mike Harris (Reds)
3: Anthony Volmink (Lions)
3: Bernard Foley (Waratahs)
3: Bjorn Basson (Bulls)
3: Francois Hougaard (Bulls)
3: George Moala (Blues)
3: Hadleigh Parkes (Hurricanes)

Season so far

36: Julian Savea (Hurricanes)
25: Quade Cooper (Reds)
24: Malakai Fekitoa (Highlanders)
24: Nick Phipps (Waratahs)
22: Frans Steyn (Sharks)
21: Kurtley Beale (Waratahs)
20: Francois Hougaard (Bulls)

LINEOUTS STOLEN

Round 18

3: Victor Matfield (Bulls)
2: Stephan Lewies (Sharks)
1: Dominic Bird (Crusaders)
1: Franco van der Merwe (Lions)
1: Lood de Jager (Cheetahs)
1: Sam Wykes (Force)

Season so far

10: Stephan Lewies (Sharks)
10: Ben Mowen (Brumbies)
8: Victor Matfield (Bulls)
7: Warren Whiteley (Lions)
7: Paul Willemse (Bulls)
7: Grant Hattingh (Bulls)
6: Duane Vermeulen (Stormers)
6: Ryan Kankowski (Sharks)

Source: Vodacom Stats App

Photo: Johan Pretorius/Gallo Images

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