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Panthers halfback Nathan Cleary.

Hundreds of coaches cracked the 1200-point mark with thousands more scoring over 1100 in one of the highest scoring rounds of the year, headed once again by Panthers star Nathan Cleary.

Winners

There were some huge scores by a host of popular NRL Fantasy guns in round 15 but Nathan Cleary was the only one to crack the 100-point mark, rolling out a run-of-the-mill 107 in a score that barely shifts his average.

So incredible has Cleary's season been that this was just his fourth-best score of the year to date, built on a try, two assists, 150 run metres and nearly 600 kick metres.

His NSW teammate Tom Trbojevic was in sublime touch against the Titans on Sunday, scoring three tries and setting up three more on his way to 94.

Eels halfback Mitch Moses produced his best score of the year, bettering his previous best of just last week with 87 points coming from a try, try assists, four busts and almost 500 kick metres.

Every try from Round 15

Widely-owned Fantasy guns Angus Crichton (84), Jahrome Hughes (82), Ben Hunt (80), Tohu Harris and Cam Murray (both 76), Isaiah Papali'i (73), Brian To'o (67) and David Fifita (65) also scored heavily.

There were huge scores from some lesser-owned players including Souths centres Dane Gagai (84) and Campbell Graham (76), Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt (85), Manly winger Reuben Garrick (77 with four tries), Broncos prop Matt Lodge (79 in a huge 76 minute spell) and Panthers lock Isaah Yeo (71).

Shaun Johnson (60) is still scoring like a keeper while at the cheaper end Brodie Jones (47) and Greg Marzhew (35) are getting the job done as cash cows.

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Losers

It wasn't all good news for NRL Fantasy coaches in round 15. The huge Storm win over the Tigers was bad news for the likes of Daine Laurie (25), Luciano Leilua (28) and Moses Mbye (19) while Shawn Blore (5) picked up another injury.

Knights hooker Jayden Brailey (36) is now dropping cash at an alarming rate with a five-round average below 43 while Connor Watson (42) is also a concern.

Damien Cook (38) didn't have much to do in the easy win over Brisbane, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (15) looks an urgent sell so long as Reece Walsh is playing fullback and Joseph Suaalii (17) isn't getting the stats to be a cash cow.

Sam Walker and Kalyn Ponga were both mid-week withdrawals while Walker's teammate Sam Verrills (24) being dropped to the bench on game day was a concerning development for his owners.

Round 15 team of the week

  1. Tom Trbojevic (94)
  2. Kyle Feldt (85)
  3. Dane Gagai (84)
  4. Campbell Graham (76)
  5. Reuben Garrick (77)
  6. Mitch Moses (87)
  7. Nathan Cleary (107)
  8. Matt Lodge (79)
  9. Ben Hunt (80)
  10. Isaiah Papali'i (73)
  11. Angus Crichton (84)
  12. Tohu Harris (76)
  13. Cam Murray (76)
  14. Jahrome Hughes (82)
  15. Isaah Yeo (71)
  16. Brian To'o (67)
  17. Tom Dearden (67)