NSWRL RMC – Silktails Players Statistics

Now that the 2022 NSWRL Ron Massey Cup season has officially ended, the Player Statistics are locked in, and the Kaiviti Silktails are incredibly proud to have a number of our players sitting in the Top 10, for the Top Tries and Top Points categories.

Starting with Top Points – in 3rd place for the RMC season is Silktails player #23, Mosese Qionimacawa. Moji received a total of 104 points – making him one of only three players to break the 100-mark.

In the Top Tries Category, in 5th place for the overall competition is Silktails player #43 – and our 2022 ‘Tabu Soro’ Medal Winner and equal Top Try Scorer – Meli Nasau. He scored a total of 9 tries throughout the competition.

Also in 5th place for the overall competition is Silktails player #50 – and our 2022 equal Top Try Scorer – Osea Natoga, with 9 tries.

In 6th place for the overall competition is Silktails player #41 – and our 2022 Best Back – Viliame Tutuvili. He scored a total of 8 tries throughout the competition.

Also in 6th place for the overall competition is Silktails player #39 – Paula Walisoliso, with 8 tries.

In 8th place for the overall competition is Silktails player #42 – and our 2022 Rising Star Medalist – Watisoni Waqanisaravi. He scored a total of 6 tries throughout the competition.

In 9th place for the overall competition is Silktails player #33 – and our 2021 Best Back – Timoci Bola. He scored a total of 5 tries throughout the competition.

Congratulations to all our players for this incredible achievement!

The Silktails’ participation in the NSWRL’s Ron Massey Cup is proudly supported by the Australian Government through PacificAus Sports.

The NSWRL receives funding from the Australian Government through PacificAus Sports to support the Silktails’ participation in the NSWRL’s Ron Massey Cup.