NYC Stats Leaders: McCallum runs riot on Gold Coast

Live national coverage on Fox Sports has helped bring out the best in Bulldogs fullback Gerard McCallum, who was rampant against the Gold Coast Titans at Skilled Park.

The former Wentworthville Magpies junior put on a convincing display which saw Gerard not only cross the Titans lines five times, but lead the way with hit ups (17), line breaks (3), support players (4) and receives (51).

The 20 point haul on the weekend now sees McCallum’s point tally for the season move to 44.




WEEKEND LEADERS:

Top Pointscorers:
T
G
FG
Pts
Harry Seijka (Penrith) 
1
8
-
20
Gerard Mccallum (Canterbury-Bankstown) 
5
-
-
20
Jason Wehbe (Parramatta) 
1
8
-
20
Daniel Burke (St George Illawarra) 
1
7
-
18
Tyler Sullivan (Newcastle) 
1
6
-
16

 

Top Goalkickers:
Goals
Attempt
%
Harry Seijka (Penrith)
8
8
100
Jason Wehbe (Parramatta)
8
9
89
Daniel Burke (St George Illawarra)
7
7
100
Manaia Rudolph (Wests Tigers)
6
6
100
Tyler Sullivan (Newcastle)
6
6
100

 

Top Try Scorers:  
Gerard Mccallum (Canterbury-Bankstown) 
5
Corey Oates (Brisbane) 
3
Matt Ikuvalu (Manly) 
3
Pauli Pauli (Parramatta) 
3
Moses Mbye (Canterbury-Bankstown) 
2
Top Line Breaks:  
Pauli Pauli (Parramatta) 
5
Evander Cummins (St George Illawarra) 
4
Jason Seage (Parramatta) 
3
Gerard Mccallum (Canterbury-Bankstown) 
3
Tautau Moga (Sydney Roosters) 
2
Top One-On-One Tacklers:  
Nick Hedley (South Sydney) 
5
David Minute (Canterbury-Bankstown) 
5
David Nofoaluma (Wests Tigers) 
5
Matthew Eisenhuth (Parramatta) 
4
Tyler Sullivan (Newcastle) 
4
Top Dummy Half Runners:  
Tony Satini (Penrith) 
9
Paul Rokolati (Sydney Roosters) 
8
Young Tonumaipea (Melbourne) 
7
Bradley Soe (Wests Tigers) 
7
Jon Pepa (Parramatta) 
7


SEASON LEADERS:

Most Hit-Ups / Runs:  
David Klemmer (Canterbury-Bankstown) 
97
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (Sydney Roosters) 
86
Kieran Moss (Penrith) 
83
Sio Siua Taukeiaho (Warriors) 
79
Evander Cummins (St George Illawarra) 
75
Most Offloads:  
David Klemmer (Canterbury-Bankstown) 
18
Vaipuna Tia Kilifi (Penrith) 
15
Frazer Masinamua (Parramatta) 
14
Paul Carter (Canterbury-Bankstown) 
13
Adrian Ha'Angana (South Sydney) 
11

 

Top Dummy Half Line Breaks:
 
Siliva Havili (Warriors) 
4
Michael Lichaa (Cronulla) 
3
Matt Evans (Wests Tigers) 
3
Villiami Lolohea (Warriors) 
3
Apisai Koroisau (South Sydney) 
3
Most Decoys:  
Kyle Lovett (Wests Tigers) 
18
Brett Jarrett (South Sydney) 
17
Joel Luani (Wests Tigers) 
17
Andrew Artemi (South Sydney) 
16
George Burgess (South Sydney) 
15

 

WEEKEND RESULTS:
NEWCASTLE 36 (Tyler Sullivan, Dale Clacherty, Kurt Mann, Jackson Hill, Michael Steele, Lachlan Shipard tries; Tyler Sullivan 6 goals) d. MELBOURNE 16 (Dean Britt, Benjamin Hampton, Matt McGahan tries; Matt McGahan 2 goals) at AAMI Park (Melbourne).
Halftime: Melbourne 16-6

ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA 42 (Nathan Green, Jack Stockwell, Evander Cummins, Daniel Burke, Blake Phillips, Charly Runciman, Blake Jones tries; Daniel Burke 7 goals) d. BRISBANE 34 (Corey Oates 3, Daniel Levi, Tristian Lumley, Josh Seage tries; Louis Frisby 4, Cameron Cullen goals) at Suncorp Stadium.
Halftime: Tied 24-all

PENRITH 48 (Kieran Moss 2, Vaipuna Tia Kilifi 2, Harry Seijka, Toby Evans, Tony Satini, Regan Campbell-Gillard tries; Harry Seijka 8 goals) d. CRONULLA 22 (Nesiasi Mataitonga 2, Luke Pickerd, Zach Rasmussen tries; Jake Walsh 3 goals) at Centrebet Stadium.
Halftime: Penrith 24-16

PARRAMATTA 52 (Pauli Pauli 3, Jon Pepa 2, Vai Toutai 2, Jason Wehbe, Semi Radradra tries; Jason Wehbe 8 goals) d. MANLY 20 (Matt Ikuvalu 3, Justin Lemalu tries; Josh Drinkwater 2 goals) at Parramatta Stadium.
Halftime: Parramatta 24-12

SYDNEY ROOSTERS 28 (Tautau Moga, Kane Evans, Inoke Vunipola, Cory McGrady, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck tries; Cory McGrady 4 goals) drew WARRIORS 28 (Jordan Meads, Albert Vete, David Bhana, Liligiifo Sao, David Fusitua tries; Sio Siua Taukeiaho 4 goals) at Allianz Stadium.
Halftime: Tied 12-all

CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN 60 (Gerard McCallum 5, Moses Mbye 2, Sam Ahofono, Jon Sila, Paul Carter, David Minute, Frederick Robinson tries; Frederick Robinson 6 goals) d. GOLD COAST 20 (Lausi'i Taliauli 2, Nick Harold, Sam Johnson tries; Kayne Elgey 2 goals) at Skilled Park.
Halftime: Canterbury-Bankstown 28-4

WESTS TIGERS 36 (Matt Evans 2, Inno Inosesio, Kurtis Rowe, Nathan Brown, Sita Akauola tries; Manaia Rudolph 6 goals) d. SOUTH SYDNEY 24 (Blake Matthews, David Sisifa, Bradley Croad, Luke Keary tries; Apisai Koroisau 3, Kurt French goals) at Sydney Cricket Ground.
Halftime: Wests Tigers 18-12

CANBERRA 42 (Joseph Bradley 2, Jack Ahearn 2, Malcolm Coongoo 2, Edrick Lee, Mitchell Cornish tries; Mitchell Cornish 5 goals) d. NORTH QUEENSLAND 18 (Tennyson Elliott, Nathan Norford, Chris Grevsmuhl tries; Kyle Feldt 2, Sam Foster goals) at Canberra Stadium.
Halftime: Canberra 20-12