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Moses claims Dally M – Halfback of the Year Award

Parramatta Eels halfback Mitch Moses has tonight been recognised at the 2019 Dally M, claiming the 2019 Dally M – Halfback of the Year award.

Following an incredible season, Moses was named in the Dally M Team of the Year after he topped the league with 25 try assists, 201 points (fifth on the ladder), four tries, 92 goals (third on the ladder) and 12 line break assists in 2019.

Moses (29 votes) also finished third on the polls in the race for the Dally M Medal with Roosters fullback James Tedesco (34 votes) claiming the game's highest individual honour for the first time, ahead of Cameron Smith (31 votes).

A finalist for the Dally M Rookie of the Year Award, Eels winger Maika Sivo claimed the 2019 Ken Irvine Medal for the leading try scorer of the season with 22 tries.

2019 Dally M Award Winners
Male Dally M Medal – James Tedesco (Sydney Roosters)
Women's Dally M Medal – Jessica Sergis (St. George Illawarra Dragons)
Provan-Summons Medal – Josh Jackson (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
Peter Frilingos Headline Moment – James Tedesco (NSW Blues - State of Origin III)
Rookie of the Year – Payne Haas (Brisbane Broncos)
Coach of the Year – Craig Bellamy (Melbourne Storm)
Captain of the Year – Cameron Smith (Melbourne Storm)
Top Points Scorer – Latrell Mitchell – Sydney Roosters
Top Try Scorer – Maika Sivo – Parramatta Eels

2019 Dally M Team of the Year

Dally M Team of the Year
Fullback - James Tedesco (Roosters)
Winger - Ken Maumalo (Warriors)
Centre - Latrell Mitchell (Roosters)
Five-eighth - Cameron Munster (Storm)
Halfback - Mitchell Moses (Eels)
Prop - Payne Haas (Broncos)
Hooker - Cameron Smith (Storm)
Second-row - John Bateman (Raiders)
Lock - Cameron Murray (Rabbitohs)
Interchange - Brandon Smith (Storm)


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