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With Game One of the Ampol State of Origin series around the corner, the likes of Cameron Munster, James Tedesco and Damien Cook all delivered for their clubs and Fantasy coaches alike, while the Eels big win over the Raiders also saw several big scores.

However, it wasn't all good news with popular players such Joseph Suaalii, Blake Taaffe and Scott Drinkwater all delivering less-than-ideal scores. 

Round 12 Winners

Cameron Munster topped the charts in Round 12 with a masterful 92 in his side's big win over the Sea Eagles, while James Tedesco was equally significant in the Roosters' victory over Cronulla — scoring 81 points.

Parramatta trio Dylan Brown (81 points), Bailey Simonsson (79 points) and Ryan Matterson (71 points) all went large as the Eels produced a strong win over the Raiders in the nation's capital, while forwards Shaun Lane (66 points) and Isaiah Papali'i (65 points) were also strong performers from the round.

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Campbell Graham
set up three tries and scored one himself to top all Rabbitohs players with 75 points, narrowly edging out teammate Damien Cook (70 points).

Made to do a mountain of defensive work in their defeat to Penrith, popular Cowboys duo Reuben Cotter and Jeremiah Nanai still produced for Fantasy coaches, scoring 70 and 68 points respectively, while Panthers pair Dylan Edwards (67 points) and Isaah Yeo (66 points) made the most of their side's dominance.

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Cameron McInnes
produced his highest score of the year despite the Sharks going down to the Roosters with 66 points courtesy of a late four-pointer.

All owned by more than 20 percent of coaches, popular selections such as Nicho Hynes (55 points), Nathan Cleary (63 points), Payne Haas (58 points), Max King (59 points) and Matt Burton (65 points) were also strong performers from the round.

Round 12 Losers

The second most selected player in the game, Stephen Crichton disappointed in Round 12, scoring just 17 points, while his pending State of Origin debut also means he will not be available for selection in Round 13 or 17.

Coaches will also be counting the missed points from Panthers duo Izack Tago (34) and Taylan May (37), who still scored well but could have both been closed to 50 with better execution from several chances created on the left edge.

Xavier Coates made it four weeks in a row with a score of 30 points or less, this time producing 29 in Melbourne's win over Manly to drop another $41k in price.

Jackson Hastings also had his lowest score of the year, scoring just 21.

A celebration denied


Having been shifted to the bench, Blake Taaffe scored just five points after coming on late and is a must-sell for those that still own — the same goes for Wests Tigers forward Kelma Tuilagi who is also now just scoring in the teens (16 this week).

Cheapie Jacob Kiraz managed just 18 points in the Bulldogs' defeat to the Dragons but still rose in price by $64k and is a crucial number for those that need him this week, along with Xavier Savage (who scored 23 in his side's loss to the Eels).

William Kennedy produced the lowest score of the round with a minus four; Joseph Suaalii went off with a head knock and finished with single digits while Daniel Saifiti (10) and Scott Drinkwater (14) were also disappointing.

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