25th September 2018, 10:45 | super_league
The Super League Dream Team will be announced on Monday October 1, in the coming days it will be your chance to vote for your very OWN Dream Team which will be announced on Friday 28 September, we will give you a shortlist of four players and you can vote in the poll!
Known for their toughness, determination and bravery, props do the heavy running and heavy hitting and are not afraid to put their bodies on the line. Here are your four nominees for number 8 & 10 in the Super League Dream Team.
Chris Hill (Warrington Wolves)
Since signing from Leigh Centurions in 2012, Hill has taken every major accolade offered by Warrington Wolves; winning Player of the Year, Player’s Player of the Year & Vice President’s Award.
He was named club captain in 2016 and has had an incredible year in 2018, taking the club to the Challenge Cup final and a Top 4 finish.
Chris Hill in Numbers:
Tackle Busts: 35
David Fifita (Wakefield Trinity)
Signing from Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in 2016, David Fifita came with a giant reputation and has delivered with some commanding performances for Wakefield – and has been a dreadnought in the truest sense of the word.
The Prop has been a key member of the Trinity pack that has delivered back-to-back Top 8 finishes for Trin, and his dominating performances have seen him score 3 tries this year.
David Fifita in Numbers:
Tackle Busts: 114
Remi Casty (Catalans Dragons)
Remi Casty has delivered a first Challenge Cup to France and his rallying cry of “Yes Papa” became famous in the wake of Les Dracs shock win over St Helens in the Challenge Cup Semi Final.
His emotive leadership and tough-running style made him a Catalans legend, only missing one season of the Catalans entire history. This year he played a key part in securing maiden silverware for the club, a year after competing in the Million Pound Game.
Remi Casty in Numbers:
Tackle Busts: 46
Luke Thompson (St Helens)
Playing for his hometown club, Luke Thompson has had an exceptional 2018, scoring 6 tries as part of the side that won the League Leaders Shield – the Red Vee’s first since 2014.
Making an impressive 3633 metres, he is the club’s biggest metre-maker and made the most metres of any Prop in Super League this year. He has also been a key component off the ball, making 770 tackles this season.
Luke Thompson in Numbers:
Tackle Busts: 59