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

We create alphabetical dream teams from all the players in the Super League era.

Only 11 players with their surname beginning with I have played in Super League, so now we make a dream XIII from all the players whose last name begin with J

1 Max Jowitt

Jowitt came through the ranks at his hometown club Wakefield, and has scored 24 tries in 71 appearances for the club to date. The 23-year-old is the son of former Trinity player Ian Jowitt.

2 Tom Johnstone

The 25-year-old is well-known for his incredible acrobatic finishes. Johnstone has a remarkable try scoring record, with the winger scoring 76 tries in 94 games for Wakefield so far. He has one England cap to his name.

3 Paul Johnson

Johnson made more than 100 appearances for hometown club Wigan between 1995-2003 before going on to enjoy spells with Bradford, Warrington, Wakefield and Crusaders. He earned 12 caps for Great Britain.

4 Benjamin Jullien

The Frenchman has lot of Super League experience, having played 36 games for Warrington before linking up with Catalans in 2018, where he has since made 58 appearances. Jullien has earned 14 caps for France so far.

5 Ben Jones-Bishop

The 32-year-old is one of the fastest players to have played in Super League. Jones-Bishop scored 147 tries in 241 games for Leeds, Harlequins, Salford and Wakefield. The Jamaica international has joined Championship side York for 2021.

6 Andrew Johns

Johns is one of the best players to ever play the game. The Australia, New South Wales and Newcastle Knights star came over to Warrington for a three-match spell in 2005 and was a fan’s favourite on the terraces at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

7 Stacey Jones

Jones is a New Zealand rugby league icon, having earned 48 caps for the Kiwis. After playing over 200 games for the Warriors in the southern hemisphere, Jones enjoyed two seasons with Catalans in Super League in 2006-07, scoring 12 tries in 45 games for the Dragons.

8 Jordan James

The 30-time Wales international made more than 300 career appearances for Sheffield, Castleford, Wigan, Widnes, Crusaders, Salford, Wigan and Swinton.

9 Jordan Johnstone

The Cumbrian hooker burst onto the Super League scene in 2016 with Widnes after impressing for Whitehaven, playing 66 games for the Vikings before joining Hull in 2020.

10 Lee Jewitt

Jewitt has made almost 200 career appearances for Wigan, Salford, Limoux, Castleford, Townsville Blackhawks, Hull KR and Barrow. He played 105 games for Salford between 2007-13.

11 Jamie Jones-Buchanan

Jones-Buchanan made 411 appearances for hometown club Leeds during an impressive 20-year career between 1999-2019. He earned 15 caps for Great Britain and England, and is currently an assistant coach at the Rhinos.

12 Chris Joynt

Joynt became a legend at St Helens, scoring 121 tries in 383 appearances for the club between 1992-2004. The back-rower, who also enjoyed spells with Oldham and Newcastle Knights, represented Great Britain, England and Ireland on the international stage.

13 Josh Jones

The Great Britain international has enjoyed a fantastic career so far, making more than 200 career appearances for St Helens, Salford and Hull. Jones, who was named in the Super League Dream Team in 2019, has joined Huddersfield ahead of the 2021 campaign.

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