Top try, goal & points scorers in Super League, Championship & League 1

Bevan French Wigan Warriors SWpix
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Wigan superstar winger Bevan French is leading the way for tries in Super League this season, having scored 31 tries so far.

Salford winger Ken Sio is just behind French, having scored 26.

Salford half-back Marc Sneyd has kicked the most goals in Super League so far, with 105.

England World Cup hopeful Tommy Makinson is leading the way for points in Super League. St Helens’ goal-kicking winger has scored 236 points.


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In the Championship, Barrow winger Tee Ritson and Halifax’s Scotland winger Lachlan Walmsley are top of the try scoring charts having scored 28 tries each.

Leigh winger Krisnan Inu has scored the most points in the Championship so far. He is on 348 points in 2022.

And in League 1, Jamaica international Mo Agoro (Keighley) is at the top of the try scoring leaderboard with 28.

Super League:

(League games and play-offs)

Tries

  • 1 Bevan French (Wigan Warriors) 31
  • 2 Ken Sio (Salford Red Devils) 26
  • 3 = Tommy Makinson (St Helens) 22
  • Liam Marshall (Wigan Warriors) 22
  • 5 = Fouad Yaha (Catalans Dragons) 20
  • Jai Field (Wigan Warriors) 20

Goals

  • 1 Marc Sneyd (Salford Red Devils) 105
  • 2 Harry Smith (Wigan Warriors) 91
  • 3 Rhyse Martin (Leeds Rhinos) 84
  • 4 Tommy Makinson (St Helens) 74
  • 5 = Chris Hankinson (Toulouse Olympique) 64
  • Stefan Ratchford (Warrington Wolves) 64

Points

  • 1 Tommy Makinson (St Helens) 236
  • 2 Marc Sneyd (Salford Red Devils) 228
  • 3 Harry Smith (Wigan Warriors) 208
  • 4 Rhyse Martin (Leeds Rhinos) 200
  • 5 Chris Hankinson (Toulouse Olympique) 148

Championship:

(League games and play-offs)

Tries

  • 1 = Tee Ritson (Barrow Raiders) 28
  • Lachlan Walmsley (Halifax Panthers) 28
  • 3 = Krisnan Inu (Leigh Centurions) 22
  • Nene Macdonald (Leigh Centurions) 22
  • 5 = Morgan Smith (Featherstone Rovers) 21
  • Anthony Thackeray (Sheffield Eagles) 21

Goals

  • 1 Krisnan Inu (Leigh Centurions) 130
  • 2 Craig Hall (Featherstone Rovers) 128
  • 3 Tom Gilmore (Batley Bulldogs) 109
  • 4 Joe Keyes (Halifax Panthers) 108
  • 5 Ryan Shaw (Barrow Raiders) 77

Points

  • 1 Krisnan Inu (Leigh Centurions) 348
  • 2 Craig Hall (Featherstone Rovers) 312
  • 3 Joe Keyes (Halifax Panthers) 269
  • 4 Tom Gilmore (Batley Bulldogs) 238
  • 5 Ryan Shaw (Barrow Raiders) 182

League 1:

(League games and play-offs)

Tries

  • 1 Mo Agoro (Keighley Cougars) 28
  • 2 Charlie Graham (Keighley Cougars) 22
  • 3 Owen Restall (Oldham) 21
  • 4 Rob Massam (North Wales Crusaders) 20
  • 5 = Jarred Bassett (London Skolars) 19
  • Gregg McNally (Rochdale Hornets) 19

Goals

  • 1 Dan Abram (Swinton Lions) 137
  • 2 Jack Miller (Keighley Cougars) 133
  • 3 Tommy Johnson (North Wales Crusaders) 107
  • 4 Connor Robinson (Doncaster) 88
  • 5 Martyn Ridyard (Oldham) 78

Points

  • 1 Jack Miller (Keighley Cougars) 338
  • 2 Dan Abram (Swinton Lions) 310
  • 3 Tommy Johnson (North Wales Crusaders) 262
  • 4 Connor Robinson (Doncaster) 196
  • 5 Lewis Sheridan (Rochdale Hornets) 188

Thanks to RFL statistician Danny Spencer

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