Man of Steel 2022: Jai Field seven points clear at the top

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Jai Field is now seven points clear at the top of the Man of Steel leaderboard after claiming three more points following Wigan’s win over Salford.

The full-back scored a last minute length-of-the-field try to help secure a 30-24 at the DW Stadium on Sunday live on Channel 4.

Field, 24, now has 18 points and is seven clear of next best Tui Lolohea in the race for the award.

Elsewhere in that game, Salford full-back Ryan Brierley collected his first two points of the season. Brodie Croft received one.

Leeds 25-14 Toulouse

Hooker Brad Dwyer collected his first points of the season receiving the maximum of three following his impressive performance on Friday. He scored twice in the crucial game at Headingley Stadium.

Jack Broadbent collected two points, and Toulouse’s Tony Gigot got one, taking his tally to six for the season.

Castleford 30-10 St Helens

It was a weekend for firsts as George Lawler collected his first points of the season, receiving three. Winger Derrell Olpherts collected two following his brace. St Helens back-rower James Bell earned his first point of the 2022 campaign.

Hull KR 32-10 Wakefield

Kane Linnett’s double saw him collect three points in the Man of Steel leaderboard. However, the Scotland international could now miss up to 12 weeks of action due to a torn bicep sustained in that game.

Ethan Ryan received two points, and Ben Crooks collects one.

Warrington 32-10 Huddersfield

An impressive performance from young Riley Dean sees him earn his first points of the season with three. Team-mates Josh Thewlis and Mike Cooper also received points with two and one respectively.

Hull 14-8 Catalans

Jordan Lane collects three points following his side’s win at the MKM Stadium on Sunday. Hooker Danny Houghton collects two points. Catalans captain Ben Garcia received his first point of the season.

2022 Man of Steel leaderboard

  • 1 Jai Field (18)
  • 2 Tui Lolohea (11)
  • 3 Sione Mata’utia (10)
  • 4 Jake Connor (7)
  • Jonny Lomax (7)
  • Matt Parcell (7)
  • Mitchell Pearce (7)
  • Joe Westerman (7)
  • Tommy Makinson (7)
  • 5 Mason Lino (6)

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Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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