27th September 2018, 09:43 | super_league
The Super League Dream Team will be announced on Monday October 1, in the coming days it will be your chance to vote for your very OWN Dream Team which will be announced on Friday 28 September, we will give you a shortlist of four players and you can vote in the poll!
Known as the half way point between the forwards and halves, the loose forward can represent different things to different teams. These four nominees present differing styles in the position, but which one will you nominate to Number 13 in YOUR Dream Team?
Adam Milner – Castleford Tigers
One club man Adam Milner has excelled for the Tigers since his debut against Huddersfield Giants in 2010, with the 26-year-old going from strength to strength in his eight years at the club.
The Stanley Rangers man ended speculation linking him to the NRL by signing a new three-year contract in 2018 and looks set to continue his trademark running game with the Tigers until 2021.
Adam Milner in Numbers:
Greg Bird – Catalans Dragons
Since returning for his second stint with the club, Greg Bird has been pivotal in delivering Les Dracs with a maiden Challenge Cup triumph.
The 34-year-old has been the top metre-maker for the Sang-et-or and has been a key creative influence in the pack, registering 3 tries and 8 assists.
Greg Bird in Numbers:
Jon Wilkin – St Helens
The classic creative running back, Jon Wilkin has been a key feature of St Helens since his 2002 transfer from Hull KR.
He has led the Saints to their first League Leaders Shield since 2014 in 2018 and has been a presence on both sides of the ball, leading the Red Vee in marker tacklers, and assisting 9 scores this season.
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Sean O’Loughlin – Wigan Warriors
A leader on and off the field, England captain Sean O’Loughlin has been a massive presence in the Wigan of the past decade.
The archetypal loose forward, he has the ability to complete hard-runs and offer everything on both sides of the ball. A true legend for the Cherry & Whites.
Sean O’Loughlin in Numbers: