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Super Sinny
Posted by southstander on April 26 2005 - 08:31:29

More Silverware
With just eleven games of the season gone, Kevin Sinfield is well on his way to securing the first of this seasons silverware.

In your voting for the prestigious 'Player of the Season', the Rhinos skipper is way out in the lead, and could have the trophy 'wrapped up' by mid-season.

He has been receiving the plaudits from the press, and his coach, but already in 2005 you have shown how highly you rate him by voting him your run-away leader in the Man-of-the-Match polls.

So far this season we've collected your votes for the opening ten rounds of Superleague, and the lowest position that Sinfield has attained is fourth (in the loss to Wakefield). He's racked up two 3rd places, three second places, and in your opinion, has put in four Man-of-the-Match performances.

Sinny has topped the table against Saints (Round 2), Huddersfield (4), Salford (6) and the Bulls (7). He has amassed seventy-eight points, forty-one ahead of his nearest rival Keith Senior, and forty-three ahead of third placed Rob Burrow. As far as you are concerned, Sinfield has been 'head and shoulders' the best Rhinos player so far in 2005.

Sinfield has been the finished article this season. He has matured into the captaincy role and whilst not a big 'shouter' he managed his side effectively and efficiently. He leads by example, first into the tackle, organising the attack, and supporting the runners. His goal kicking has been sensational, achieving 100% in most games so far this year. With sixty-eight goals so far this year, he is on target to beat last years total of 152, and could well be pushing Iestyn Harris's club record of 168.

Brian Nobles decision to leave him out of the GB squad for the tri-nations has truly motivated Kevin to prove his point this year by steering the Rhinos to dominate the game.

Still just twenty-five, Sinfield has the potential to dominate the British game until at least the end of the decade.



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