Josh Charnley has scored eight tries so far this season, the most in the Super League competition.
Charnley, 30, has scored two tries in every fixture so far for Warrington. Most recently, he crossed for a late brace at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in their defeat to Catalans.
Salford’s Ken Sio and Wigan’s Jai Field next best with six. Field scored the first try for the Warriors in their close win over Toulouse.
Tommy Makinson crossed for a hat-trick in St Helens’ 42-8 triumph over Hull KR. He now has five for the season.
Chris McQueen continues his fine try-scoring record, and is the leading forward scorer in the competition with five. Wakefield’s Tom Johnstone also has five tries this season.
Tui Lolohea assisted two more tries in Huddersfield’s win over Salford, taking his tally up to nine for the season. Jake Connor also has nine, while Jack Welsby assisted three tries to take his total to eight.
Leeds’ Cameron Smith leads the way with 167 tackles, six more than next best Matt Whitley. The Catalans back-rower made 38 tackles in his side’s victory.
Sam Powell made 21 tackles to take his tally up to 156, the third most in the competition.
Frankie Halton has made 156 tackles in his Super League career so far, with zero misses.
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Derrell Olpherts has made the most carries so far with 77. Castleford team-mate Joe Westerman next best with 67, joint with Lolohea.
Field leads the way with most metres made with 656. Warrington’s Matty Ashton in second with 619 and Johnstone third with 618.
Marc Sneyd and Stefan Ratchford have kicked the most goals so far with 15.
Full-back Jack Walker has the most tackle busts with 22, while Lolohea has 20. Wakefield’s David Fifita third with 19, and Field with 18.
The Wigan full-back also has the most clean breaks with seven. Makinson, Lewis Dodd, Josh Charnley and Innes Senior with five.