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Dragons five-eighth Gareth Widdop has moved into equal second on's unofficial Dally M leaderboard after starring in the Dragons' dramatic comeback victory over the Knights on Sunday afternoon. 

Widdop spearheaded the Red V's attack in the second half, notching up four try assists, three line breaks and two line-break assists to orchestrate a dramatic comeback from 18-points down to keep his side well entrenched in the NRL Telstra Premiership top eight and was awarded three points by journalist Chris Kennedy.

Widdop was in eighth place on 13 points when Dally M voting went behind closed doors at the end of Round 14. 

Cronulla forward Wade Graham moved into seventh place in the unofficial count, registering a point from journalist Martin Gabor in the Sharks' loss to Manly at Southern Cross Group Stadium. Graham scored a try, ran 177 metres, made seven tackle breaks and a line break in a losing side. 

Luke Keary jumped into ninth on's unofficial Dally M leaderboard after masterminding an epic Roosters fight back against the Storm at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.'s unofficial Dally M leaderboard after Round 16



Cameron Smith


Clinton Gutherson


Gareth Widdop


Mitchell Pearce


Roger Tuivasa-Sheck


Paul Gallen


Paul Vaughan


Wade Graham


Luke Keary


Billy Slater


Matt Moylan


Michael Morgan



For more information on the Dally Ms and to see voting before it went behind closed doors, click here.'s unnoficial vote after Round 15’s unofficial rankings are based on ratings attributed to players in each game by staff following the official Dally M points going behind closed doors after Round 14. The rankings are in no way based on official Dally M points after Round 14, which will not be released until the official announcement of the Dally M winner in Grand Final Week.

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