It's NRL's night of nights. Yes, we are talking about the 2023 Dally M Awards! All the stars come out to celebrate the latest season and crown the best player. Last year it was Sharks halfback Nicho Hynes that took out the Dally M. Who will etch their name in history this year?
Our NRL Dally M Awards preview will look into Tony Adams’ top tip to take the crown, along with other important awards to be handed out on the night. So, if you are as obsessed with the NRL as the team at Dabble are, you have certainly come to the right place! Get your scrolling finger ready, all you need to do is read and scroll, our experts will take care of everything else for you.
Check out all our expert NRL tips for the 2023 NRL Dally M Awards:
Dally M Medal
The tip for the Dally M Medal in 2023 has to go to Shaun Johnson. He was the man at the heart and soul of the Warriors' remarkable resurgence that saw the club go from second last to within a game of the Grand Final. A stunning comeback from the veteran halfback.
Rookie of the Year
Bula Bula! The kid from the Tigers has blitzed them this season. It’s not easy being fullback for the wooden spooners but the tall youngster handled it with ease. I give it to him in a photo from Jake Preston from the Bulldogs – a real goer!
Coach of the Year
Andrew Webster has worked miracles in his first season in the big league, transforming the Warriors from a team that struggled for consistency into a real attacking force and defensive machine. Previous Warriors teams battled to go for the 80 minutes – this mob have done it most weeks with ease.
Female Player of the Year
Simaima Taufa from the Raiders is one of the veterans of the NRLW now but still a powerhouse. She led the team to the finals and was a handful in every game she played, darting to an early lead in the voting.
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