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NRL Fantasy winners & losers: Round 13

With the first bye-affected round in the rear view mirror, take a look at which players delivered for Coaches during Round 13.

Round 13 Winners

After chalking up 17 tackle breaks and 33 runs for just shy of 300 metres, it's little surprise to see Joseph Manu top all players for Round 13 with 87 points. 

Matt Burton wasn't far behind, with 73 points in his side's loss to the Panthers. The Bulldogs playmaker is in a rich run of form, with a three-game average of 70.7 taking his price close to $800k ahead of this week's clash with the Eels.

Reuben Garrick also produced another strong performance since shifting to fullback to cover for the injured Tom Trbojevic — the Manly goal-kicker had a night out ay 4 Pines Park with 70 points in his side's big win over the Warriors.

Garrick more than just the fill-in fullback

Regular forward stalwarts Jason Taumalolo and Joseph Tapine both posted nice 69-point scores, with James Fisher-Harris just behind the duo with 68.

A try to Adam Elliott took his score to 67, while Toafofoa Sipley also made the most of his four-pointer to finish in the 60's. Manly teammate Haumole Olakau'atu was at his damaging best, scoring 64, while fellow edge forwards Angus Crichton (60), Viliame Kikau (61) and Sitili Tupouniua (62) all scored well.

Despite missing several players to Origin, several popular Cowboys also continued to score well with Reece Robson (67), Scott Drinkwater (68), Murray Taulagi (63) and Helium Luki (54) joining Taumalolo among this week's winners.

Popular cheapie Xavier Savage scored a try and rose by $43k with his 52 points.

X Factor Xavier with the perfect pick-up

Round 13 Losers

Despite a favourable matchup, popular bye round cheapie Christian Tuipulotu only scored 10 points and can be moved on after peaking in price while Charlie Staines (who is still owned by over five percent) didn't make the most of his return to first-grade with 16 points in Penrith's win over the Bulldogs.

Tom Starling saw the biggest price drop of any player, falling $50k after scoring 22, while Joseph Suaalii also fell by $31k after scoring 24 (which included a try).

Bye round cheapie Jacob Kiraz didn't have many opportunities against the Panthers and delivered just 27 points, but is still a hold given his price. 

Jayden Campbell — who was growing as a popular point-of-differential for Tom Trbojevic and James Tedesco last week — did score 32, but picked up a hamstring injury that will sideline him for close to two months.

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