Alphabet dream team: Best Super League XIII with names beginning with F

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It is now time for a dream XIII from all the players whose last name begin with F…

1 Bevan French

The Australian has been a sensational signing for Wigan. The 24-year-old was in the running for the 2020 Steve Prescott Man of Steel award and is a box office player. French is one of those players that is worth the ticket money alone.

2 Henry Fa’afili

The Samoa and New Zealand international became a fan’s favourite at Warrington when he came over to England in 2004. Fa’afili scored 73 tries in 97 appearances for the Wolves between 2004-07.

3 Mahe Fonua

The Tonga international is currently in his second spell with Hull after spending two seasons in the NRL with Wests Tigers. Like Fa’afili, Fonua is a fan’s favourite and he has scored 34 tries in 64 games for the Black and Whites.

4 Israel Folau

Folau has just finished his first season in Super League with Catalans. The dual-code Australia international scored five tries in 15 games for the Dragons and enjoyed a fine debut season in Super League.

5 Jamie Foster

Foster burst onto the Super League scene with hometown club St Helens in 2010. The winger scored 34 tries and kicked 241 goals in 54 games for Saints over three seasons between 2010-12 before enjoying spells with Bradford, Huddersfield, Featherstone and Workington.

6 Brett Finch

The Australian spent two seasons in Super League with Wigan between 2011-12, scoring 18 tries in 60 appearances for the club. Finch won the Challenge Cup in 2011 and was also named in the Super League Dream Team in 2012.

7 Theo Fages

Fages, the only Frenchman in this side, has been in Super League since 2013. He started his professional career with Salford before moving to St Helens in 2016, already making almost 200 career appearances. The 26-year-old has earned 12 caps for France.

8 Stuart Fielden

The Great Britain and England international will be forever regarded as one of Super League’s greatest props. Fielden made 372 appearances for Bradford, Wigan and Huddersfield. He earned 35 caps for his country.

9 Ben Fisher

The 15-time Scotland international made 165 appearances for Hull KR between 2006-11, scoring 33 tries. Fisher also had spells with Halifax, Catalans and London Broncos during his career.

10 Nick Fozzard

Fozzard made more than 300 appearances during his career. The Great Britain international started his career at Leeds before going on to play for Huddersfield, St Helens, Hull KR, Castleford and Dewsbury.

11 Brett Ferres

The England international earned 14 caps for his country between 2006-15. Ferres burst onto the scene in 2005 with Bradford and has gone on to represent Wakefield, Castleford, Huddersfield, Leeds and Bradford.

12 Liam Farrell

Farrell is a fan’s favourite at Wigan. The back-rower has earned 10 caps for England and played 249 games for his hometown club, scoring 96 tries. He has been one of the best back-rowers in Super League for several seasons.

13 Andy Farrell

Farrell is one of the greatest players in history. The loose forward scored 3,135 points in 370 games for Wigan between 1991-2004 before crossing codes to rugby union. The 34-time Great Britain international is now the head coach of Ireland RU.

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