The 2020 season is (almost) run and done, and with it, the Dally M medalist has finally been crowned.
Canberra five-eighth Jack Wighton caused a huge upset, taking out the big award by a single point over Parramatta's Clint Gutherson and red-hot favourite Nathan Cleary.
We've kept track of where our nib Newcastle Knights have placed, with Daniel Saifiti and David Klemmer our highest placed players when voting went behind closed doors in Rd11.
Where our Knights placed
Kalyn Ponga was our highest placed player at the end of 20 rounds, mirroring his Danny Buderus Medal performance where he picked up the most points from our coaches.
Ponga finished on 16 points, 10 points adrift of Wighton, in ninth place.
Saifiti and Klemmer both failed to poll in the top 20 players.
Danny Buderus Medal 2020 highlights
26 - Jack Wighton (Raiders)
25 - Clint Gutherson (Eels)
24 - Nathan Cleary (Panthers)
22 - Cameron Smith (Storm)
18 - Luke Keary (Roosters)
18 - Shaun Johnston (Sharks)
17 - Adam Reynolds (Rabbitohs)
17 - Jarome Luai (Panthers)
16 - Kalyn Ponga (Knights)
16 - Ryan Papenhuyzen (Storm)
Full list of winners
Dally M Medal (Men's): Jack Wighton (Raiders)
Dally M Medal (Women's): Ali Brigginshaw (Broncos)
Coach of the Year: Ivan Cleary (Panthers)
Captain of the Year: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (Warriors)
Rookie of the Year: Harry Grant (Tigers)
Provan-Summons Medal: New Zealand Warriors
Ken Irvine Medal: Alex Johnston (Rabbitohs)
Peter Frilingos Award: Project Apollo
Try of the Year: Kotoni Staggs (Broncos)
Tackle of the Year: Josh Papalii (Raiders)
Team of the Year
Fullback: Clint Gutherson (Eels)
Wing: David Nofoaluma (Tigers)
Centre: Kotoni Staggs (Broncos)
Centre: Stephen Crichton (Panthers)
Wing: Josh Addo-Carr (Storm)
Five-Eighth: Jack Wighton (Raiders)
Halfback: Nathan Cleary (Panthers)
Prop: Josh Papalii (Raiders)
Hooker: Cameron Smith (Storm)
Prop: James Fisher-Harris (Panthers)
Second Row: Viliame Kikau (Panthers)
Second Row: Tohu Harris (Warriors)
Lock: Isaah Yeo (Panthers)
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