Electric Thunder fullback unrivalled

ALBURY fullback Ben Jeffery has backed up his record-breaking pointscoring spree in the Group Nine premiership with another benchmark performance.
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Breaking new ground, Jeffery has become the first player to secure 11 published positions in The Notebook Group Nine Team of the Week.

Albury’s Ben Jeffery secured 11 published positions in The Notebook Team of the Week. Picture: Peter Broelman

The amazing display of consistency and potency has allowed Jeffery to waltz into The Notebook’sTeam of the Yearas the most decorated player in its 17-year history.

Initiated in 1995, The Notebook Group Nine Team of the Year is assembled after the weekly appearances of all players are tallied for the season.

For Jeffery, 2012 has been an absolute stellar year.

Signed by Albury after an indifferent season in Group 20 last year, Jeffery’s achievements have been unrivalled by any player in country NSW.

With a combination of speed and strength, the dynamic fullback has scored 29 tries, which have been complemented by 101 goals for a Group Nine record of 318 points.

While Jeffery’s spot in The Notebook Team of the Year was a set in concrete, other positions were not so clear cut, with halfback easily the most competitive.

Ultimately, Brothers young gun Luke Barry got a start, but only marginally ahead of Adam Hall, Daniel Foley and Simon Woolford.

With Jeffery leading the charge, Albury was clearly the most successful club, gaining five spots in the Team of the Year.

Players from nine of the 11 competing clubs are represented in the 17-man squad, with others being honoured with notable mentions.

See the full team here.

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