With three-hundred and seventy-two points, TJ Perenara finished last season as the second highest scoring scrum-half in our fantasy game.
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His 33.44 points per game is in the top bracket for scrum-halves, and comes from a healthy balance between attack and defence. Two tries and six assists sits quite comfortably alongside 6.74 tackles per game, not bad for a number-nine.
His best games of last season came towards the end against the likes of the Blues and the Chiefs, and his ability to regularly break the thirty point mark puts him in strong contention for the starting number-nine berth in your fantasy team.