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A whopping five players hit the 100-mark in one of the highest scoring rounds of NRL Fantasy of all time with almost 200 coaches hitting the 1300-mark and two coaches incredibly going past 1400.

Winners

Daly Cherry-Evans was on fire against the Wests Tigers, racking up 119 to top the round with two tries and two assists.

Payne Haas (106) busted 14 tackles in a huge 72-minute stint while stand-in Raiders fullback Jordan Rapana (102) busted 15.

Damien Cook (101) set up three tries and made two line breaks while David Fifita (103) was oddly demoted to the bench on game day but made up for lost time once he got on the field with a typically dynamic performance.

A host of other popular Fantasy guns went large in round 19 including James Tedesco (88), Tom Trbojevic (83), Jahrome Hughes (76), Joey Manu (73), Corey Harawira-Naera (71), Connor Watson (69), Latrell Mitchell (67), Isaiah Papali'i (66), Angus Crichton (64) and Ben Hunt (63).

Every try from Round 19

There were also monster scores from a host of lesser owned players including Morgan Harper (88), Luke Thompson (88), Sitili Tupouniua (87), Jaydn Su'A (84), Jacob Saifiti and Sione Katoa (both 81), Keaon Koloamatangi (75), Toby Sexton (72), Adam Doueihi (72) and Joe Tapine (71).

Losers

There were a few tough moments for coaches despite the points-fest. Isaah Yeo (8) went off early after copping a high shot from Tom Flegler and Josh Papalii (17) also copped an early HIA and didn't return.

Jason Saab (12) once again struggled for points in the absence of scoring tries, Tyrone Peachey (24) shapes as an urgent sell with his minutes drying up and Matt Burton (23) again struggled badly for action out in the centres.

Shaun Johnson (31) was on fire early before going off with a hamstring injury against the Bulldogs and it was a rare off week for Reece Walsh (32).

Jason Taumalolo got three separate stints and eventually a healthy 59 minutes but scored just 33 with four missed tackles.

Andrew McCullough (33) got a long stint on the bench and Kalyn Ponga (41) had a very quiet second half after looking lively in the first and still has just two 50-plus scores since his 101 in round six.

Round 19 Team of the Week

  1. James Tedesco (88)
  2. Tom Trbojevic (83)
  3. Jordan Rapana (102)
  4. Morgan Harper (88)
  5. Sione Katoa (81)
  6. Jahrome Hughes (76)
  7. Daly Cherry-Evans (119)
  8. Payne Haas (106)
  9. Damien Cook (101)
  10. Jacob Saifiti (81)
  11. David Fifita (103)
  12. Sitili Tupouniua (87)
  13. Luke Thompson (88)
  14. Jaydn Su'A (84)
  15. Keaon Koloamatangi (75)
  16. Joey Manu (73)
  17. Toby Sexton (72)
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