Quantium Data Analysis: 2024 True Player Ownership Stats, Rd 8

Bulldogs Chairman and Quantium CEO, Adam Driussi analyses player ownership of the top 100,000 ranked NRL Supercoach teams.


Analysing the top 100,000 NRL Supercoach teams after Round 8

To make life easier when identifying true ownership of NRL Supercoach players, each week we’ll break it down into ranking brackets.

Whether you’re chasing ranks, or playing it safe up top, it’ll help identify the best ways to try and achieve your Supercoach goals.

The tables below sets out the proportion of Supercoach teams in the top 100, top 500, top 1,000, top 5,000, top 10,000, top 20,000 and top 100,000 that own each player.  

Let’s take a look at the ownership of players at the conclusion of Round 8.

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Fullback (excl duals)

With Kalyn Ponga injured we saw big changes to the ownership at fullback.

Ryan Papenhuyzen and Reece Walsh saw significant jumps, owned now by 43% and 40% respectively of the top 10,000 overall ranked Supercoaches.

Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad also found admirers, moving to 12% ownership among the top 10k.


Kayal Iro’s impressive start to the season has seen his ownership continue to sky-rocket, he’s now owned by a huge 89% of the top 10,000.


Max Plath was the big mover at five-eighth last week, rising in ownership to 13% among the top 10k, and 22% of the top 100.

Off the back of his 148 point outing, it’s not surprising to see that Cameron Munster is owned by 18% of the top 100, but just 6% of the top 10k.


Luke Brooks owners continue to jump ship, with plenty moving towards Nathan Cleary.

Cleary, who has been ruled out of round 9, is now owned by 41% of the top 20,000 ranked teams overall.


Those who went early on David Fifita were rewarded for his century, he’s 15% ownership in the top 100 and 8% in the top 10k.

Owned by 67% of the top 10k, Joe Chan owners will be pleased to see the Storm forward generating some cash after a few strong stints off the bench.


Addin Fonua-Blake’s ownership continues to grow, and they were rewarded on ANZAC Day with a pair of tries.

The Warriors prop is now owned by 52% of the top 10k teams.


The hooking position saw some movement last week with Danny Levi and Joey Lussick peaking in price.

Harry Grant knocked out 95 in his biggest score of the year, he’s now owned by 37% of the top 10k teams.

Back to 80 minutes, Jayden Brailey is also beginning to see some growth and is now owned by 7% of the top 10k.

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