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NRL Fantasy: How our Blue & Gold scored

Match Highlights: Eels v Wests Tigers, Round Six

Following the Parramatta Eels Round Six victory over the Wests Tigers at Bankwest Stadium, a 51-6 thrashing on Easter Monday, NRL Fantasy coaches with Eels in their sides will be celebrating after solid performances from the Blue & Gold.

Following on from his history making performance, crossing for the first NRL try at Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta Eels halfback Mitch Moses top scored for the Blue & Gold with 97 Fantasy points.

The halfback finished with one try, seven goals, one field goal to go along with his 133 run metres, one line break, two line break assists, three try assists, thirteen tackles and 286 kick metres.

Centre Michael Jennings scored strongly with 69 Fantasy points (two tries, 157 run metres, 2 line breaks, 5 tackle breaks and 19 tackles) whilst hooker Reed Mahoney celebrated his birthday with 68 Fantasy points thanks to a try, 95 run metres, one line break, two tackles breaks and topping the tackle count with 44.

Shaun Lane (58), Maika Sivo (47) and Oregon Kaufusi (46) all scored well for coaches with these players in their side.

Daniel Alvaro has been credited with a DNP, however the prop did take the field and was ruled out with a HIA following the first hit up of the game. Game Developers have been alerted to the issue and are working on a solution.

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Parramatta Eels Fantasy scores

  1. Clint Gutherson - 37
  2. Maika Sivo - 47
  3. Michael Jennings - 69
  4. Brad Takairangi - 20
  5. Josh Hoffman - 17
  6. Jaeman Salmon - 33
  7. Mitch Moses - 97
  8. Daniel Alvaro
  9. Reed Mahoney - 68
  10. Junior Paulo - 43
  11. Shaun Lane - 58
  12. Marata Niukore - 30
  13. Tepai Moeroa - 31


  1. Peni Terepo - 28
  2. Tim Mannah - 40
  3. Oregon Kaufusi - 46
  4. Ray Stone - 19


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