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Dally M tracker: Knights claim all available votes

Where do our nib Newcastle Knights rank in the Dally M voting?

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Three Knights players polled votes last weekend, following their nail biting two point win over South Sydney.

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Kalyn Ponga capped off a stellar return to form by claiming maximum points, while Enari Tuala and Bradman Best we're rewarded for damaging performances on the left edge.

Meanwhile, Tigers rookie Harry Grant has snatched the lead in the overall count, with Daniel Saifiti and David Klemmer the highest ranked Knights players.


3 - Kalyn Ponga, 2 - Enari Tuala, 1 - Bradman Best.

Each week we’ll publish the results until voting goes behind closed doors.

From Round 13, the NRL will no longer publicise the voting results until the awards are announced at the end of the season.

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Harry Grant (Tigers) - 13

Cameron Smith (Storm) - 12

Clinton Gutherson (Eels) - 12

Jason Taumalolo (Cowboys) - 11

Shaun Johnson (Sharks) - 11

Jack Wighton (Raiders) - 10

Benji Marshall (Tigers) - 9

Matthew Dufty (Dragons) - 9

Nathan Cleary (Panthers) - 9

Tom Trbojevic (Sea Eagles) - 9

George Williams (Raiders) - 8

Apisai Koroisau (Panthers) - 7

Cameron Munster (Storm) - 7

James Tedesco (Roosters) - 7

Luke Keary (Roosters) - 7

Moeaki Fotuaika (Titans) - 7

Ryan Papenhuyzen (Storm) - 7

Daniel Saifiti (Knights) - 6

David Klemmer (Knights) - 6

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