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Jon Riley 29th Jan 2013 - 9:43

The Rugby League Of The Extraordinary

Faster than a racing whippet, stronger than a pit pony and able to leap 20 stone opponents in a single bound, it's not a bird, plane, train or anything else for that matter, it's the Rugby League Of The Extraordinary!

These super men, from the Wigan Whirlwind to the Warrington Wreckingball, are coming to a Super League ground near you soon to punish bad passes and put stray rugby balls where they belong, behind the try line!

To celebrate the start of the new Super League season, William Hill are releasing eight extraordinary prices on eight unbelievable players, the Rugby League Of The Extraordinary. Check them all out now.

The Wigan Whirlwind Sam Tomkins to gain 4000 metres in Super League XVIII 2/1
Wigan Warriors' Full Back Sam Tomkins made 3438 metres in last season's Super League. The Man of Steel contender notched up an incredible 28 tries as well as 33 Try Assists in a campaign that finally showed his international quality and there'll be few Rugby League fans betting against him increasing those statistics this year.

The Warrington Wrecking Ball Ben Westwood to score 10+ Tries in Super League XVIII 6/4
Ben Westwood crossed the Try Line on nine occasions last season as the Wolves came agonizingly close to adding the Super League Grand Final crown to their Challenge Cup title. The Second Row hard man could be crucial once again if his team are to challenge for a place at Old Trafford.

The St Helens Dynamo James Roby to gain 5000 metres in Super League XVIII 3/1
Gaining the most metres in Super League XVII was James Roby of St Helens. The 2007 Man of Steel was the driving force behind the Saints' run to the play-offs semi-finals and also topped the leaderboard when it came to runs from dummy half. Can the Prop push on this campaign and gain a mammoth 5000+ metres?

The Fireball Of Catalan Leon Pryce to have 25+ Try Assists in Super League XVIII 3/1
Former Saints and Bulls Stand Off Leon Pryce enjoyed an excellent first season in France, contributing 12 Tries and a further 18 Try Assists. The Catalans shocked many by ending the regular season in fourth position, and further play immense play by Price could see them cause more shocks this term.

The Try Tornado Of Leeds Ryan Hall to score 30+ Tries in Super League XVIII 7/2
With 26 Tries to his name last season, Ryan Hall really cemented his standing as one of the premier wingers in rugby league and scored two Tries - including an 95-metre intercept try - and was named man-of-the-match in Leeds' 26-12 defeat of Australian champions, the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in the 2012 World Club Challenge. Can he smash past 30 Tries this year?

The Rocket Of Hull FC Tom Briscoe to score 20+ Tries in Super League XVIII 11/8
Hull FC winger Tom Briscoe discovered a maturity beyond his years in Super League XVII, managing 17 Tries in the process. It is no wonder that Hull tied him down to a five year contract so early in his career, can the Yorkshireman break the 20 Try barrier this season?

The Hulk Of Huddersfield Eorl Crabtree to make 60+ Tackle Busts in Super League XVIII 6/4
A giant of a man in the Giants team is the 6ft 6in Prop Eorl Crabtree. The 18 stone hulk is the nephew of the legendary professional wrestler Shirley "Big Daddy" Crabtree and has certainly inherited his uncle's frame and stature. Can Crabtree make over 60 Tackle Busts for his beloved Huddersfield this year?

The Wakefield Wizard Tim Smith to have 30+ Try Assists in Super League XVIII 13/8
Aussie Tim Smith was second in the league for Try Assists in 2012 and the Wakefield fans will be banking on the Wizard conjuring up plenty more points scoring opportunities for his team mates this time around. Can he bag over 30?



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