Alberts ahead but Stefaniuk and Tua inch closer
Jayden Alberts has a one-try lead atop the try-scoring table but competition is heating up.
Alberts scored twice in Past Brothers' 30-18 win over Isis, to be one ahead of Billy Stefaniuk.
Hervey Bay flyer Stefaniuk scored once in their 33-26 win over Waves, and now has 12 for the season.
Past Brothers fullback Jake Carl didn't play maintains third, alongside recent Waves signing Sekope Tua.
Both men have 10 meat pies this season, but Tua's try-scoring rate is far superior to anyone else in the BRL.
Not much has changed on point-scoring front.
Carl continues to lead while Waves fullback Zak Bainbridge remains second on the table.
A transcription error earlier this year saw Wallaroos second-rower Corey Hellmuth incorrectly awarded six goals. They were kicked by hooker Jack Horder, who is equal second on 88 points.
Seagulls halfback Clinton Horne is one point adrift on 87.
Now one full round in, who do you think will win the Bundaberg Rugby League premiership?
This poll ended on 13 June 2016.
Hervey Bay Seagulls
Past Brothers (defending premiers)
This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.
BRL top try-scorers
|Jayden Alberts||Past Brothers||13|
|Billy Stefaniuk||Hervey Bay Seagulls||12|
|Jake Carl||Past Brothers||10|
|Sekope Tua||Waves Tigers||10|
|Danny Moran||Wests Panthers||9|
|Royce Blair||Isis Devils||8|
|Andrew Filo||Past Brothers||8|
|Rueben Baillie||Waves Tigers||7|
|Caleb Gazzard||Easts Magpies||7|
BRL top point-scorers
|Jake Carl||Past Brothers||111|
|Zakery Bainbridge||Waves Tigers||88|
|Clinton Horne||Hervey Bay Seagulls||87|
|Jayden Alberts||Past Brothers||62|
|Billy Stefaniuk||Hervey Bay Seagulls||48|
|Josh Tanner||Wests Panthers||48|
|Andrew Filo||Past Brothers||40|
|Terry Horne||Hervey Bay Seagulls||40|
|Sekope Tua||Waves Tigers||40|