Fantasy Rugby League 2022: Top five point scorers in 2021

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Love Rugby League’s Fantasy Rugby League game is now live for the 2022 season.

The Super League game is now open for you to make your team choice.

Pick your best 17 and take on rugby league lovers for the right to be crowned Fantasy Rugby League champion.

The prize for the winner this year is two tickets to the Rugby League World Cup final at Old Trafford.

Here are last year’s top five point scorers that you may want to include in your team.


1 Rhyse Martin

Leeds’ Rhyse Martin finished last year as Fantasy Rugby League’s top point scorer with 233 points.

The Rhinos goal-kicker converted 166 points alone in last year’s game. During the season, he kicked the second-most amount of goals, one spot behind former Catalans star James Maloney.

The Papua New Guinea international is worth £200,000, and may be one that all players want to include in their squad.

2 Mason Lino

Wakefield half-back Mason Lino finished last year with 222 points on Fantasy Rugby League.

Another kicker in Super League, he converted 75 goals – the third most in 2021 behind Martin and Maloney. 

He scored five tries in 2021, and is also worth £200,000. 

3 Lachlan Coote

Lachlan Coote will join Hull KR in 2022
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Lachlan Coote heads to Hull KR hoping to bring with him the same success he had with St Helens.

He scored 219 points last season in our game, converting 72 goals. The Scotland international also crossed for seven tries, and comes with a price. You can add him to your squad for £250,000.

4 Stefan Ratchford

Another kicker in the game, Ratchford is priced at £225,000 in 2022. He accumulated 199 points in 2021 in Fantasy Rugby League.

He converted 71 goals, but will be looking to add more tries compared to 2021 – only crossing for one in the Super League competition. Will you add him to your squad?

5 Marc Sneyd

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Another pivotal player priced at £250,000, Marc Sneyd represents Salford in 2022. The former Hull man scored 168 points in last year’s game. 

In the Super League season, he kicked 60 goals but failed to cross for a try. 


About Josh McAllister 1343 Articles
Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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