Steve Prescott MBE Man of Steel: How the top-15 standings look after round seven

Wakefield Trinity's Kyle Wood and Castleford Tigers' Peter Peter Mata’utia both picked up two points in the latest round of Man of Steel votes.

Tuesday, 26th March 2019, 7:38 am
Updated Tuesday, 26th March 2019, 9:08 am
Kyle Wood scored twice during Wakefield's Trinity's narrow loss against Warrington Wolves. PIC: Jonathan Gawthorpe.

The Tigers' Paul McShane remains second in the overall standings, three points behind St Helens hooker James Roby. Three Castleford players occupy a place in the top 15 while Trinity have one man among the leading contenders. See below for a full round-up of the top 15 standings.

Veteran hooker James Roby didn't pick up any points in round seven despite his side's 42-12 victory over Castleford Tigers. But after a strong start to the season he is still the leading contender for the Man of Steel award.
Paul McShane remains clear in second place, three points behind opposing hooker James Roby.
England full-back Stefan Ratchford wasn't awarded any points following Warrington's narrow win over Wakefield, however, he remains in third after a strong start to the season.
There were no points for Trinity half-back Danny Brough in round seven, however, teammate Kyle Wood's two-try display earned him two points.
The Hull FC full-back remains level on points with Danny Brough.
The Warrington hooker is the third number nine to occupy the top six after seven rounds of votes.
The Australian half-back doubled his tally for the season after being awarded three points by the Man of Steel panel for his display in the Wolves' win at Wakefield. He scored one try and assisted another at Belle Vue last week.
The Wigan Warriors star claimed three points after scoring a hat-trick of tries in his side's 30-22 win at Salford Red Devils.
The Castleford forward stays in the top 15.
A try for Niall Evalds against Wigan wasn't enough to earn any points in the latest round of voting. He remains in the top 10.
London's Eddie Battye has had an impressive start for the Broncos in their return to Super League and stays in the top 15, despite no further points in round seven.
There were no points for Jackson Hastings in round seven, with Josh Jones (two) and Tommy Leuluai (one) picking up the other points from Salford's defeat against Wigan.
Huddersfield Giants hooker Kruise Leeming moved into the top 15 after being awarded two points for his display in Huddersfield's 42-8 victory over Hull KR.
Hull FC goal-kicker Marc Sneyd stays on five points following the round seven votes.