Dally M Awards 2013

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sports commentators, who award 3 points to their top player, 2 points to their second best and 1 point to who they consider was third best on the field. Players also receive penalties of minus 3 points for every week they are suspended from play. The Dally M Medal tally is calculated based on votes submitted after each game by the involved

As well as this prestigious honour, there are other Dally M Awards presented to players at the same end of year ceremony. These awards include:

  • - Provan-Summons Medal (elected by the fans)
  • - Provan-Summons Medal (elected by the fans)
  • - Rookie of the Year
  • - Coach of the Year
  • - Top Try-Scorer of the Year
  • - Top Points-Scorer of the Year
  • - Representative Player of the Year
  • - Representative Player of the Year
  • - Toyota Cup Player of the Year

There is also an award presented to the best of each position of play to create the ultimate Team of the Year Awards.

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2013 Dally M Medal Update

Round 1

The footy is back! The Rabbits half Adam Reynolds was extraordinary in their match the roosters. Other standout from the round was Johnathan Thurston, who played an important role in the Cowboy’s victory, helping out in three of the four tries for the game.

Round 2

Melbourne Storm saw another victory this round, with Copper Cronk shining brightest in the victory over North Queensland.

Round 3

Greg Inglis was too good for the defence of the Panthers. Though the teams’ big men struggled in the conditions, they were good enough to hold out the Panthers.

Round 4

Round 4 of the NRL saw the game in full swing, standout performances by the Souths’ Adam Reynolds and a hat trick of tries from the southerners Billy Slater.

Round 5

Great performance from round 5 in the NRL this week saw Canberras’ Tom Learoyd-Lahrs play the match of his life, contributing greatly to the heroic win over the in-form Roosters. Croker also kicked fair few straight over the black dot, to assist in the victory.

Round 6

A field goal from Daly Cherry-Evans continued the Sharks’ third loss in a row, since their victory in round 3 against the Warriors. Titans’ Albert Kelly continued to be one of the great success stories this season, scoring in the final stages of the match to assist in their victory, 28-22.

Round 7

Jonathan Thurston played his role well in the round 7 Cowboys victory over the Raiders, scoring 69, to wrap up his third great game in a row.

Round 8

The Storm's Cooper Cronk still sits atop the table while Sonny Bill rocketed into the top 10 with 1 vote against the Panthers.

Round 9

Greg Inglis took his place atop the Dally M table with 2 votes against the Cowboys.

Round 10

Greg Inglis' Dally M hopes were further enhanced as he broke out to a 3 vote lead after a strong showing against the Tigers.

Round 11

Melbourne's Cooper Cronk looks like spending some time on the sidelines after a dangerous lifting tackle during Melbourne's win over the Sydney Roosters.

Round 12

William Zillman stood up for a depleted Titan's outfit while the Warrior's Russell Packer was caught out urinating on Monday night's big stage.

Round 13

A bottle neck full of talent on the Dally M leader board. All of Cooper Cronk, Greg Inglis and Jarrod Mullen feature.

Round 14

The Knight's very own Jarrod Mullen continued his storm into Dally M contention with 2 votes against the Storm.