Salford Red Devils half-back Brodie Croft has been named the 2022 Steve Prescott MBE Man of Steel.
Super League’s annual award is decided by points accrued on a round-by-round basis across the season.
The 25-year-old Australian made 25 try assists and scored seven tries in the regular season.
He is the second Salford player to win the award in the past four seasons, after Jackson Hastings won it in 2019.
Ex-Melbourne Storm half Croft joined Salford from Brisbane Broncos in August 2021.
Two-time Man of Steel winner Paul Sculthorpe presented Croft with his award and said: “Brodie has shown all season what an exceptional talent he is. His creative flair, leadership and doggedness have been a huge asset to Paul Rowley’s rejuvenated Salford Red Devils team.”
The Red Devils were beaten 19-12 by St Helens in the Super League semi-finals on Saturday, a game Croft missed after failing a head injury assessment in the win over…