Richie Myler awarded three Man of Steel points following man of the match performance

Richie Myler was amongst the top point earners in round five of the Super League.

The 29-year-old deputised at full-back for Leeds against Warrington as Jack Walker left the field through injury, and he picked up the man of the match award and three Man of Steel points.

A member of the Man of Steel panel will watch each Super League game in 2020 and award points to three standout players: three points for their man of the match, two points for the runner-up, and one point for their third-ranked player.

In the same fixture, Rhyse Martin picked up two points and fan-favourite Konrad Hurrell collected one.

Sam Tomkins also claimed the maximum points following Catalans’ impressive comeback against Hull FC, while Liam Marshall was awarded three points following his try of the season contender.

Super League round five Man of Steel points winners:

Hull KR 8-28 Castleford

Paul McShane (3), Danny Richardson (2), Jordan Rankin (1).

Leeds 36-0 Warrington

Richie Myler (3), Rhyse Martin (2), Konrad Hurrell (1).

Toronto 0-32 St Helens

Jonny Lomax (3), Zeb Taia (2), Tommy Makinson (1).

Huddersfield 10-42 Wigan

Liam Marshall (3), Jackson Hastings (2), Sam Powell (1).

Salford 12-22 Wakefield

Max Jowitt (3), Bill Tupou (2), Ken Sio (1).

Hull FC 29-34 Catalans

Sam Tomkins (3), Samisoni Langi (2), Manu Ma’u (1).

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