TOOWOOMBA, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 25: Gareth Widdop of the Dragons passes the ball during the round three NRL match between the Gold Coast Titans and the St George Illawarra Dragons at Clive Berghofer Stadium on March 25, 2018 in Toowoomba, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

The Top 4 teams on the NRL ladder all have strong showings in the Dally M leaderboard after four rounds.

Like previous years, the spine players dominant the list with 7 of the top 10 either halves or fullbacks.

Youngsters Nathan Cleary and Kalyn Ponga are showing strong signs that the future is now with both sitting equal first on 6 points alongside Warriors fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and Dragons veteran Gareth Widdop.

Benji Marshall is experiencing a bit of a career revival at the Wests Tigers, polling 5 points over the first four rounds to sit equal second alongside Gold Coast Titans halfback Ashley Taylor and Newcastle Knights halfback Mitchell Pearce.

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Cronulla Sharks forward Andrew Fifita sits alongside Dragons duo Tyson Frizell and Jack de Belin as the highest place forwards also on five points.

Check out the full leaderboard below.

Dally M Leaderboard after Round 4

N Cleary 6
R Tuivasa-Sheck 6
G Widdop 6
K Ponga 6
B Marshall 5
A Fifita 5
A Taylor 5
T Frizell 5
M Pearce 5
J de Belin 5
J Trbojevic 4
T Harris 4
J Arrow 4
D Cherry-Evans 3
D Finucane 3
T Harris 3
J Maloney 3
B Green 3
L Keary 3
J Leilua 3
E Marsters 3
M Mbye 3
A McCullough 3
C Munster 3
R Packer 3
J Taumalolo 3
C Murray 3
J Ramien 3
T Trbojevic 3
C McInnes 3
P Sami 3

1 COMMENT

  1. Sami, Ramien, Murray….and Fifita….all ahead of Corey Thompson. I’m a one eyed Tigers fan, but really…??????

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