The 2015 Willie M Medal: Round 10

Filed in From The Couch, NRL by on May 18, 2015

Parramatta centre Brad Takairangi has emerged as the new co-leader of the Willie M Medal, joining Mitchell Moses at the top of the leaderboard. The big story this week is the emergence of Tony Williams and Sam Perrett, who again dominated votes for the Bulldogs and are primed to push for the dishonour after two more feeble efforts.

Canterbury v Sydney Roosters
3-Tony Williams (Bul)
2-Trent Hodkinson (Bul)
1-Sam Perrett (Bul)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

North Queensland v Brisbane
3-Sam Thaiday (Bri)
2-Ben Hunt (Bri)
1-Justin O’Neill (Cow)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

Parramatta v New Zealand
3-Manu Ma’u (Par)
2-Brad Takairangi (Par)
1-Semi Radradra (Par)
Judge: Cliff Bingham

Gold Coast v Cronulla
3-Josh Hoffman (GC)
2-Jeff Robson (Cro)
1-Jason Bukuya (Cro)
Judge: Cliff Bingham

Melbourne v South Sydney
3-Cameron Smith (Mel)
2-Luke Keary (Sou)
1-Dylan Walker (Sou)
Judge: Rohan Kendall

St George Illawarra v Canberra
3-Jarrod Croker (Can)
2-Jordan Rapana (Can)
1-Blake Austin (Can)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

Newcastle v Wests Tigers
3-Pat Richards (Tig)
2-David Nofaluma (Tig)
1-Dane Gagai (New)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

Manly v Penrith
3-Api Koroisau (Pen)
2-Peta Hiku (Man)
1-Luke Burgess (Man)
Judge: Darren McNamara

11: Brad Takairangi (Par), Mitchell Moses (Tig)
10: Tony Williams (Bul), Tyrone Roberts (New)
9:  Ben Barba (Cro), Manu Vatuvei (War), Pat Richards (Tig), Sam Perrett (Bul)
8: Joel Reddy (Sou), Matt Moylan (Pen), Shaun Kenny-Dowall (Roo)
7: James Maloney (Roo), Justin O’Neill (Cow), Shaun Johnson (War)


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  1. Michael says:

    Watched the Melbourne vs Souths game here in Saudi. I agree that he deserved a suspension for kicking Luke, though many may have wanted to, but he did not deserve the 3 points. That sounds like a spiteful call from a disgruntled Blues supporter.

  2. Chris says:

    While it’s hard to give 3 points to a player from a winning team, Justin O’Neill would have thoroughly deserved them. His defensive performance on the Broncos left hand side was disgraceful. With Kyle Feldt’s defensive on par with O’Neill, Javid Bowen wouldn’t look out of place in the side.

  3. Jahn says:

    How Aiden Seizer didn’t get votes in the GC / Sharks game is beyond me. Bordering on pathetic was his performance in the last 10 minutes with 3 charge downs and a knock on for good measure. Rumour has it he received Cronulla’s players player award he was that bad!