2011 Dally M Awards

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The 2011 Dally M Awards were presented on Tuesday 6 September 2011 at the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney and broadcast on Fox Sports.

Dally M Medal[edit]

The Dally M Medallion was presented by former Australian rugby league player, Robert Laurie.

Dally M Player of the Year: Billy Slater


Player votes tally – Top 10

Points Player
29 Melbourne colours.svg Billy Slater
27 Wests Tigers colours.svg Benji Marshall
25 Melbourne colours.svg Cooper Cronk
24 Cronulla colours.svg Paul Gallen
24 North Queensland colours.svg Johnathan Thurston
22 North Queensland colours.svg Matthew Bowen
22 South Sydney colours.svg Chris Sandow
21 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Kieran Foran
20 Brisbane colours.svg Corey Parker
20 Melbourne colours.svg Cameron Smith

Dally M Awards[edit]

The Dally M Awards were, as usual, conducted at the close of the regular season and hence do not take games played in the finals series into account. The Dally M Medal is for the official player of the year while the Provan-Summons Medal is for the fans' of "people's choice" player of the year.

Award Player
Provan-Summons Medal Parramatta colours.svg Nathan Hindmarsh
Rookie of the Year Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Daly Cherry-Evans
Captain of the Year Melbourne colours.svg Cameron Smith
Representative Player of the Year Melbourne colours.svg Queensland colours.svg Cameron Smith
Coach of the Year Melbourne colours.svg Craig Bellamy
Top Tryscorer of the Year South Sydney colours.svg Nathan Merritt
Canterbury colours.svg Ben Barba
23 tries
Top Pointscorer of the Year South Sydney colours.svg Chris Sandow – 195
Peter Frilingos Memorial Award Cronulla colours.svg Paul Gallen – Man of the match performance in State of Origin Game Two
Toyota Cup Player of the Year St. George colours.svg Jack De Belin

Team of the Year

Award Player
Best Fullback Melbourne colours.svg Billy Slater
Best Winger Newcastle colours.svg Akuila Uate
Best Centre Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Jamie Lyon
Best Five-Eighth Wests Tigers colours.svg Benji Marshall
Best Halfback Melbourne colours.svg Cooper Cronk
Best Lock Cronulla colours.svg Paul Gallen
Best Second-Rower Brisbane colours.svg Sam Thaiday
Best Prop North Queensland colours.svg Matthew Scott
Best Hooker Melbourne colours.svg Cameron Smith

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