Rugby League World Cup: Top try, goal & points scorers in men’s, women’s & wheelchair tournaments

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Australia winger Josh Addo-Carr is leading the way for tries in the Rugby League World Cup so far, and could make history this weekend. 

The speedster has scored 12 tries so far in this tournament. If he scores against Samoa in the World Cup final on Saturday, he will overtake his Kangaroos team-mate Valentine Holmes for most tries scored in a World Cup campaign.

England wingers Dom Young and Tommy Makinson occupy the second and third spots in the try scoring leaderboard, having scored nine and seven tries respectively.

Nathan Cleary (Australia) and Stephen Crichton (Samoa) have kicked the most goals in this tournament. Cleary has kicked 29, with Crichton just behind him on 28.

In the women’s World Cup, there are four players who have scored six tries each – England duo Leah Burke and Tara Stanley and Australia pair Julia Robinson and Evania Pelite.

And in the wheelchair, Lionel Alazard of France leads the way for points with 86, having scored seven tries and 29 goals.

Rugby League World Cup top try, goal and points scorers:

Men’s:

Tries

  • 1 Josh Addo-Carr (Australia) 12
  • 2 Dom Young (England) 9
  • 3 Tommy Makinson (England) 7
  • 4 Daniel Tupou (Tonga) 6
  • = Louis Senior (Ireland) 6
  • = Tim Lafai (Samoa) 6
  • 5 Campbell Graham (Australia) 5
  • = Will Penisini (Tonga) 5
  • = Josh Mansour (Lebanon) 5

Goals

  • 1 Nathan Cleary (Australia) 29
  • 2 Stephen Crichton (Samoa) 28
  • 3 Isaiya Katoa (Tonga) 21
  • 4 Tommy Makinson (England) 20
  • = Marc Sneyd (England) 20
  • 5 Brandon Wakeham (Fiji) 15
  • = Mitchell Moses (Lebanon (15)

Points

  • 1 Tommy Makinson (England) 68
  • 2 Stephen Crichton (Samoa) 67
  • 3 Nathan Cleary (Australia) 62
  • 4 Isaiya Katoa (Tonga) 50
  • 5 Josh Addo-Carr (Australia) 48

Women’s:

Tries

  • 1 Leah Burke (England) 6
  • = Tara Stanley (England) 6
  • = Julia Robinson (Australia) 6
  • = Evania Pelite (Australia) 6
  • 2 Belinda Gwasamum (Papua New Guinea) 5
  • = Jess Sergis (Australia) 5
  • = Amy Hardcastle (England) 5
  • 3 Tarryn Aiken (Australia) 4
  • = Martha Molowia (Papua New Guinea) 4
  • = Emma Tonegato (Australia) 4
  • = Sammy Bremner Australia) 4
  • = Shenae Ciesiolka (Australia) 4
  • = Jaime Chapman (Australia) 4

Goals

  • 1 Lauren Brown (Australia) 25
  • 2 Tara Stanley (England) 19
  • 3 Lilah Malabag (Papua New Guinea) 8
  • 4 Brianna Clark (New Zealand) 7
  • 5 Dani Frananda (Canada) 5

Points

  • 1 Tara Stanley (England) 62
  • 2 Lauren Brown (Australia) 50
  • 3 Evania Pelite (Australia) 24
  • = Leah Burke (England) 24
  • = Julia Robinson (Australia) 24
  • 4 Lilah Malabag (Papua New Guinea) 20
  • = Belinda Gwasamum (Papua New Guinea) 20
  • = Amy Hardcastle (England) 20
  • = Jess Sergis (Australia) 20
  • 5 Tarryn Aiken (Australia) 18
  • = Brianna Clark (New Zealand)

Wheelchair:

Tries

  • 1 Moustafa Abassi (France) 16
  • 2 Jack Brown (England) 15
  • = Jeremy Bourson (France) 15
  • 3 Joe Coyd (England) 12
  • 4 Jeffery Townsend (USA) 8
  • 5 Daniel Grant (Scotland) 7
  • = Nicolas Clausells (France) 7
  • = Robert Hawkins (England) 7
  • = Lionel Alazard (France) 7

Goals

  • 1 Nathan Collins (England) 29
  • = Lionel Alazard (France) 29
  • 2 Bayley McKenna (Australia) 18
  • 3 Declan Roberts (England) 15
  • 4 Theo Gonzalez (Spain) 14
  • 5 Andrew Higgins (Wales) 13

Points

  • 1 Lionel Alazard (France) 86
  • 2 Nathan Collins (England) 82
  • 3 Moustafa Abassi (France) 64
  • 4 Jack Brown (England) 60
  • 5 Jeremy Bourson (France) 60

Thanks to Rugby League Record Keepers’ Club

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