In the third Billy Slater book, a young rugby player has to learn that earning the most points doesn't mean much without help from his team
Corey is one of the best players on the team and everyone knows it, especially Corey. While he scores a lot of tries, he doesn't win many friends. Corey thinks his rugby skills give him license to pick on anyone who isn't as good as him, and his teammates are getting sick of it. When he makes a bet with C.C., the West Hill Ravens' fullback, things really start to spin out of control. Can team mentor Billy Slater show Corey that great players aren't always the ones that score the most points?