Super League Dream Team 2024: Rugby League Scores, Results & Standout Players

Super League Dream Team After Seven Rounds: Rugby League Scores, Results, and Standout Performers

As we reach the quarter-way mark of the 2024 Super League season, it’s time to take a look at our Dream Team based on the opening seven rounds of action.

The race for the prestigious Steve Prescott Man of Steel award is heating up, with Salford’s Marc Sneyd currently leading the way in the points tally. But who would make the Super League Dream Team so far this year?

Let’s dive into the lineup of our standout XIII after the first seven rounds of the 2024 rugby league season:

  1. Matt Dufty (Warrington)
    The Australian speedster has been in scintillating form for Warrington, scoring 7 tries and providing 7 assists in 7 games. Dufty leads the way in carries (141), clean breaks (9), metres gained (1,231) and tackle busts (59), cementing his place as one of the in-form players in the rugby league scores and results so far.
  2. Adam Swift (Huddersfield)
    The experienced winger has carried his rich vein of form from Hull FC into his move to Huddersfield, scoring 8 tries in 7 Super League matches. Swift has been a standout performer in the early Sky Sports rugby league fixtures.
  3. Esan Marsters (Huddersfield)
    After an inconsistent 2023 campaign, the Cook Islands international has started the new season in terrific fashion for the Giants. Marsters has scored 3 tries and contributed 5 assists, making an average of 17 carries per game.
  4. Jake Wardle (Wigan)
    Wardle’s move to Wigan has proven to be a masterstroke, with the England international establishing himself as one of the premier centres in the rugby league scores and results. His explosive carries and all-round play have been a highlight for the Warriors.
  5. Ash Handley (Leeds)
    Despite a recent rib injury, the Leeds winger has been exceptional in the opening rounds, scoring 7 tries in 7 games. Handley has been a consistent performer for the Rhinos, averaging 170 metres and 18 carries per match.
  6. Bevan French (Wigan)
    The news that French committed his long-term future to Wigan was music to the ears of Super League fans. The Australian speedster has been in fine form, scoring 5 tries in 5 games – he’s a true box office player worth the admission fee alone.
  7. Marc Sneyd (Salford)
    Sitting atop the Steve Prescott Man of Steel leaderboard, Sneyd’s kicking game has been instrumental to Salford’s strong start. The England international leads the way for goals (29), assists (9), general play kicks (106) and attacking kicks (63).
  8. Paul Vaughan (Warrington)
    The former Australia and Italy prop has been a standout performer in the Warrington pack, continuing his impressive form from 2023. Vaughan is averaging 9.1 metres per carry in his 6 appearances so far.
  9. Brad O’Neill (Wigan)
    The 21-year-old Wigan hooker has already won everything there is to win at club level and is now establishing himself as a key member of the Warriors’ forward pack. O’Neill is averaging an impressive 39 tackles per game.
  10. Alex Walmsley (St Helens)
    The St Helens stalwart remains one of the best props in the rugby league world, even at 34 years of age. Walmsley has been an ever-present for the defending champions in 2024 as they look to retain their Super League title.
  11. James Bell (St Helens)
    The Scotland international has cemented his place as a fan favourite at the Totally Wicked Stadium with his tireless work rate and ball-playing ability in the Saints’ forward pack.
  12. Mike McMeeken (Catalans)
    The versatile Catalans forward has been a standout performer for the Dragons, delivering consistent 8/10 displays regardless of his position in the pack.
  13. Ben Garcia (Catalans)
    The experienced France international and Catalans captain has led by example with his reliable and consistent performances, making him one of the most dependable forwards in Super League.

There you have it – our Super League Dream Team after the opening seven rounds of the 2024 season. Who would make your Dream XIII based on the rugby league scores, results and standout individual displays so far? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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