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In a stunning Turbo-charged final round of the season, the all-time individual NRL Fantasy record was broken yet again – but for the first time in a long time, by someone other than Nathan Cleary.

Winners

We are out of superlatives for the form of Manly superstar Tom Trbojevic, who broke Cleary's stunning 144-point record from earlier this season with a monumental 150.

Turbo got almost 40 of those in a single play in which he beat most of the Cowboys team to score the individual try of the year and finished with a whopping 19 busts and 300 metres to go with his three tries and six line breaks.

His teammates Daly Cherry-Evans (113) and Reuben Garrick (80) had plenty of fun themselves in that game, with DCE notching the second-best score of the round.

Ryan Papenhuyzen (103) returned to his best form at the perfect time for the Storm, albeit a little late for most Fantasy coaches.

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There were some big scores on offer for the Panthers in their big win over an understrength Eels side with Brian To'o (97), Api Koroisau and Nathan Cleary (both 82) scoring well.

Cleary's 82 is a great score on paper but would have been a disappointment to those who captained him over Manly's two centurions.

The Bulldogs' shock points-fest against the Tigers led to huge scores from Nick Meaney (96), Jake Averillo (89) and Josh Jackson (73).

Anthony Milford (79) continued his strong finish to his Broncos career, Titans duo Jayden Campbell (78) and Jamal Fogarty (73) excelled against the Warriors while Jack De Belin (78), Drew Hutchison (77), James Tedesco (74), Harry Grant (72), Josh Papalii (71) and Alex Twal (70) scored well.

Every try from Round 25

Losers

The toughest Fantasy season in memory finished with a few more curve balls.

Payne Haas (16) was forced off early with a suspected syndesmosis injury. The Knights pulled Tyson Frizell the day before the game then handed early rests to Kalyn Ponga (22) and Mitch Pearce (14).

Sam Verrills (29) had a bit of a comedown score after some strong recent form and those still holding Sam Walker (6) had to endure him sitting on the bench for almost the whole game.

Jason Saab (27) and Josh Schuster (40) missed out on the Manly points-fest, Euan Aitken (12) unfortunately picked up a fresh hamstring injury, and Luciano Leilua (12) spent time off first with an HIA and then due to a sin bin.

Round 25 Team of the Week

  1. Tom Trbojevic (150)
  2. Ryan Papenhuyzen (103)
  3. Jake Averillo (89)
  4. Herbie Farnworth (69)
  5. Brian To'o (97)
  6. Nathan Cleary (82)
  7. Daly Cherry-Evans (113)
  8. Josh Papalii (71)
  9. Api Koroisau (82)
  10. Alex Twal (70)
  11. Josh Jackson (73)
  12. Haumole Olakau'atu/Egan Butcher (60)
  13. Jack De Belin (78)
  14. Nick Meaney (96)
  15. Reuben Garrick (80)
  16. Anthony Milford (79)
  17. Jayden Campbell (78)