Together with six weeks of this growing season underway in Super League, the push for Person of Steel points continues to throw new names.

Yet, six of the top ten all picked up extra marks in this weekend’s competition.

Here would be the around six successes, as chosen from the Super League Man of Steel panel, led by three-time winner Ellery Hanley.

Morgan Knowles celebrities like Saints thrash Giants

Morgan Knowles

Huddersfield 6-40 St Helens, Thursday, 14 March

Morgan Knowles chooses the maximum things from St Helens’ sixth win in a row, this time around at Huddersfield Giants. His effort was one of seven for the unbeaten Saints, while his defensive job helped reestablish the Giants’ fight-back.

Dom Peyroux was a sin at the bunch, proceeded from center, while James Roby – one of the frontrunners for the award at this early stage – proceeded to impress.

Person of Steel points

2 things: Dominique Peyroux – St Helens: Scored an effort, made 27 tackles and 1 3 carries.

1 points: James Roby – St Helens: Set two tries, made 1 1 dummy-half fractures and made 102 yards having an average advantage of 9.27.

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Danny Brough's stats from Friday's win against Hull FC

Hull 12-32 Wakefield, Friday, 15 March

Danny Brough returned to familiar turf to lead Wakefield Trinity into an impressive victory against Hull FC, who had been resurgent recently.

His three factors had been earned on the pack of a huge backpack effort

Person of Steel points

Three points: Danny Brough – Wakefield: Brough scored 12 points from the tee shirt assisted a try to made six attacking kicks.

2 points: Pauli Pauli – Wakefield:”Strong off the seat and provided a terrific platform for Brough,” said the MoS panellist, as Pauli scored a try to made five handle busts.

1 points: David Fifita – Wakefield:”Thorn at FC’s side when he had been about the pitch,” the board said. Fifita made a game-best 162 metres, 10 handle busts and 27 tackles.

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Daryl Clark

Warrington 25-12 Wigan, Friday, 15 March

Daryl Clark played a crucial role from dummy-half as Warrington continued Wigan’s miserable start to the new season when staying in touch their own near perfect opening.

He had been assisted by Ben Currie’s wide-running and defence, along with a textbook display of full back placement and play by Stefan Ratchford.

Person of Steel points

Three points: Daryl Clark – Warrington: Clark was peerless concerning metres, and also without equal concerning number of carries.

2 points: Ben Currie – Warrington: Intended for over 100 metres, created a try to also had one chalked off – following a terrific line break – when he failed to ground the ball.

1 points: Stefan Ratchford – Warrington: Ratchford scored a try to also made significantly a lot more than 100 yards, racking up five handle busts and three clean breaks.

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Samisoni Langi

Hull KR 1618 Catalans – Sunday, 17 March

3 points: Samisoni Langi – Catalans: Patches 165 metres out wide in the centres, but nonetheless had the composure to roll into a fantastic kick to help Le Tierney evaluate the vital game-breaking decide to take to.

2 points: George Lawler – Hull KR: Lawler rushed for 119 yards and made 38 tackles for Rovers inside their last gasp defeat.

1 points: Sam Tomkins – Catalans: Tomkins’ kicked vital aims for Catalans.

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