Sport Dally M Medal: Each NRL's club's top five players following final count

03:50  20 october  2020
03:50  20 october  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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The Dally M Medal is presented to the player deemed the competition' s Best & Fairest. Points allocated for each match and the Dally M Leaderboard are publicised up until Round 12 of the After this, voting goes "behind closed doors", with the announcement of the winner during NRL Grand Final

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A dramatic Dally M Medal count that ultimately went down to the final round of the regular season saw Canberra's Jack Wighton clinch rugby league's highest individual accolade.

With 26 total votes, Wighton pipped both Eels fullback (25 votes) and early favourite Nathan Cleary (24 votes) despite being rested in round 20 against the Sharks, with the latter pair failing to register votes in their respective final matches.

Here's who finished the season in the top five of the count for their respective clubs.

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The Dally M Medal is awarded each year (annually) to the player voted for as the ' Player of the year' over the National Rugby League ( NRL ) regular season.

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Brisbane Broncos

Tom Dearden - 3 points

Anthony Milford - 2 points

Brodie Croft - 2 points

Kotoni Staggs - 1 points

Tesi Niu - 1 points

Xavier Coates - 1 points

Canberra Raiders

Jack Wighton - 26 points

George Williams - 8 points

Josh Papalii - 7 points

Elliott Whitehead - 6 points

Josh Hodgson - 6 points

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Canterbury Bulldogs

Will Hopoate - 8 points

Kieran Foran - 6 points

Josh Jackson - 5 points

Aiden Tolman - 4 points

Raymond Faitala-Mariner - 3 points

Cronulla Sharks

Shaun Johnson - 18 points

Siosifa Talakai - 7 points

Aaron Woods - 5 points

Braden Hamlin-Uele - 4 points

Jesse Ramien - 3 points

Sione Katoa - 3 points

Gold Coast Titans

Alexander Brimson - 13 points

Ashley Taylor - 8 points

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Controversial NRL star Jack Wighton has claimed the coveted Dally M Medal . Mr V 'landys claimed players at the Sydney event didn't have the results spoiled for them as their phones were The article said ' Dally M winner Jack Wighton is a great player who had a wonderful season' but argued Penrith

Canberra star Jack Wighton has won the 2020 NRL Dally M medal from Parramatta’ s Clint Canberra five -eighth Jack Wighton claimed the 2020 Dally M medal in a dramatic count during a final -round It was a dramatic finish with none of the top three polling votes in the final round of the season. “Tonight we honoured our most exceptional players in an extraordinary season,’’ NRL chief executive

Corey Thompson - 5 points

Tyrone Peachey - 5 points

Moeaki Fotuaika - 4 points

Manly Sea Eagles

Daly Cherry-Evans - 9 points

Tom Trbojevic - 9 points

Curtis Sironen - 4 points

Jake Trbojevic - 4 points

Cade Cust - 3 points

Tevita Funa - 3 points

Melbourne Storm

Cameron Smith - 22 points

Ryan Papenhuyzen - 16 points

Cameron Munster - 14 points

Jahrome Hughes - 10 points

Tino Faasuamaleaui - 6 points

Newcastle Knights

Kalyn Ponga - 16 points

David Klemmer - 10 points

Daniel Saifiti - 8 points

Mitchell Barnett - 7 points

Mitchell Pearce - 4 points

New Zealand Warriors

Tohu Harris - 14 points

Kodi Nikorima - 10 points

Peta Hiku - 6 points

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck - 6 points

Jazz Tevaga - 5 points

North Queensland Cowboys

Jason Taumalolo - 12 points

Scott Drinkwater - 6 points

Jake Clifford - 3 points

Kyle Feldt - 3 points

Valentine Holmes - 3 points

Parramatta Eels

Clint Gutherson - 25 points

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The Dally M Awards are the official annual player awards for the National Rugby League competition. As well as honouring the player of the year, who received the Dally M Medal , awards are also given to the premier player in each position, the best coach, the best captain

Round 7 snapshot + Dally M votes: Taumalolo on track for second medal . Wests Tigers young gun Harry Grant is only one vote behind in second place while Trbojevic, Eels skipper Clint Gutherson, Panthers star Nathan Cleary and Sharks five -eighth Shaun Johnson are also in contention.

Junior Paulo - 9 points

Mitchell Moses - 9 points

Reagan Campbell Gillard - 7 points

Ryan Matterson - 6 points

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Penrith Panthers

Nathan Cleary - 24 points

Jarome Luai - 17 points

Apisai Koroisau - 12 points

James Fisher-Harris - 12 points

Dylan Edwards - 9 points

South Sydney Rabbitohs

Adam Reynolds - 17 points

Cody Walker - 13 points

Damien Cook - 6 points

Thomas Burgess - 5 points

Cameron Murray - 4 points

St. George Illawarra Dragons

Matthew Dufty - 14 points

Cameron McInnes - 9 points

Ben Hunt - 5 points

Zac Lomax - 3 points

Tyson Frizell - 2 points

Sydney Roosters

Luke Keary - 18 points

James Tedesco - 15 points

Siosiua Taukeiaho - 13 points

Brett Morris - 6 points

Victor Radley - 6 points

Wests Tigers

Harry Grant - 15 points

Benji Marshall - 10 points

David Nofoaluma - 6 points

Josh Aloiai - 4 points

Luciano Leilua - 3 points

Final Dally M Medal Top 20 Leaderboard

Jack Wighton (Canberra Raiders) - 26

Clinton Gutherson (Parramatta Eels) - 25

Nathan Cleary (Penrith Panthers) - 24

Cameron Smith (Melbourne Storm) - 22

Luke Keary (Sydney Roosters) - 18

Shaun Johnson (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks) - 18

Adam Reynolds (South Sydney Rabbitohs) - 17

Jarome Luai (Penrith Panthers) - 17

Kalyn Ponga (Newcastle Knights) - 16

Ryan Papenhuyzen (Melbourne Storm) - Storm 16

Harry Grant (Wests Tigers) - 15

James Tedesco (Sydney Roosters) - 15

Cameron Munster (Melbourne Storm) - 14

Matthew Dufty (St G-Illawarra Dragons) - 14

Tohu Harris (NZ Warriors) - 14

Alexander Brimson (Gold Coast Titans) - 13

Cody Walker (Gold Coast Titans) - 13

Siosiua Taukeiaho (Sydney Roosters) - 13

Apisai Koroisau (Penrith Panthers) - 12

James Fisher-Harris (Penrith Panthers) - 12

Jason Taumalolo (North Queensland Cowboys) - 12

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