NRLW, NRLW 2023, Dally M update, round 3, leaderboard

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Raiders co-captain Simaima Taufa has joined Jillaroos teammate Evania Pelite on top of the NRLW Dally M leaderboard after three rounds of the competition.

Taufa, who won the Dally M medal in 2017, earned a maximum six points in her side’s win over the Wests Tigers and is now level with Pelite on nine points – two ahead of Dragons fullback Teagan Berry. 

The Raiders powerhouse was the only player in Round 3 to record six votes with the likes of Roosters pair Isabelle Kelly and Tarryn Aiken both recording five, along with Yasmin Clydsdale, Gayle Broughton and Mele Hufanga.

The new Dally M voting process sees two judges watch each game in 2023 and award points on a three-two-one basis, meaning a maximum of six points are available for every match of the 2023 Telstra Women’s Premiership season.

The fourth round of the NRLW will be the final where votes are publicly displayed before going behind closed doors until the winner is announced in September.

NRLW Dally M votes: Round 3

  • Roosters v Dragons: 5 – Isabelle Kelly, 5 – Tarryn Aiken, 1 – Keilee Joseph, 1 – Corban Baxter.
  • Cowboys v Broncos: 5 – Mele Hufanga, 5 – Gayle Broughton, 1 – Destiny Brill, 1 – Brianna Clark.
  • Sharks v Titans: 3 – Georgia Hale, 3 – Tayla Preston, 2 – Rilee Jorgensen, 2 – Emma Tonegato, 1 – Holli Wheeler, 1 – Lauren Brown.
  • Eels v Knights: 5 – Yasmin Clydsdale, 3 – Jesse Southwell, 2 – Sheridan Gallagher, 1 – Tamika Upton, 1 – Talesha O’Neill.
  • Raiders v Wests Tigers: 6 – Simaima Taufa, 2 – Pauline Piliae-Rasabale, 2 – Kezie Apps, 1 – Zahara Temara, 1 – Sarah Togatuki.

Note: The leaderboard will go behind closed doors after four rounds.

  • 9 points – Evania Pelite (Titans)
  • 9 points – Simaima Taufa (Raiders)
  • 7 points – Teagan Berry (Dragons)
  • 7 points – Yasmin Clydsdale (Knights)
  • 7 points – Zahara Temara (Raiders)
  • 6 points – Jessica Sergis (Roosters)
  • 6 points – Jakiya Whitfeld (Wests Tigers)
  • 6 points – Kirra Dibb (Cowboys)
  • 6 points – Raecene McGregor (Dragons)
  • 6 points – Shannon Mato (Titans)
  • 6 points – Sarah Togatuki (Wests Tigers)
  • 5 points – Ebony Prior (Wests Tigers)
  • 5 points – Emma Tonegato (Sharks)
  • 5 points – Gayle Broughton (Broncos)
  • 5 points – Georgia Hale (Titans)
  • 5 points – Isabelle Kelly (Roosters)
  • 5 points – Mele Hufanga (Broncos)
  • 5 points – Quincy Dodd (Sharks)
  • 5 points – Sheridan Gallagher (Knights)
  • 5 points – Tarryn Aiken (Roosters)
  • 4 points – Christian Pio (Wests Tigers)
  • 4 points – Millie Boyle (Roosters)
  • 3 points – Caitlan Johnston (Knights)
  • 3 points – Emma Manzelmann (Cowboys)
  • 3 points – Jesse Southwell (Knights)
  • 3 points – Tayla Preston (Sharks)
  • 3 points – Tamika Upton (Knights)
  • 2 points – Annessa Biddle (Sharks)
  • 2 points – Ali Brigginshaw (Broncos)
  • 2 points – Botille Vette-Welsh (Wests Tigers)
  • 2 points – Ellie Johnston (Sharks)
  • 2 points – Kezie Apps (Wests Tigers)
  • 2 points – Maddison Weatherall (Dragons)
  • 2 points – Pauline Piliae-Rasabale (Wests Tigers)
  • 2 points – Rima Butler (Knights)
  • 2 points – Rilee Jorgensen (Titans)
  • 2 points – Shaylee Bent (Titans)
  • 2 points – Shakiah Tungai (Raiders)
  • 1 point – Brooke Anderson (Sharks)
  • 1 point – Brianna Clark (Broncos)
  • 1 point – Corban Baxter (Roosters)
  • 1 point – Chelsea Lenarduzzi (Broncos)
  • 1 point – Cassey Tohi-Hiku (Eels)
  • 1 point – Destiny Brill (Broncos)
  • 1 point – Emma Barnes (Raiders)
  • 1 point – Grace Kemp (Raiders)
  • 1 point – Holli Wheeler (Sharks)
  • 1 point – Jessika Elliston (Titans)
  • 1 point – Keilee Joseph (Roosters)
  • 1 point – Lauren Brown (Titans)
  • 1 point – Shaniah Power (Cowboys)
  • 1 point – Talesha O’Neill (Eels)
  • 1 point – Vitalina Naikore (Cowboys)



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