In Round 8, a much changed Saints side made hard going of it vs Hull KR, before finally coming through to win 36-24, and it was Lachlan Coote who scooped the honours securing a whopping 73.5% of the vote, with Luke Thompson a distant way back in second place on 10.5%. Kyle Amor sneaked in to third place to secure appoint.

In Round 9, Saints suffered their only defeat of the season away in Perpignan to the Catalans Dragons , but once again it was Lachlan Coote who was at the forefront of the Saints display, scooping 25.7% of the vote, narrowly edging out Alex Walmsley (18.6%) and Dom Peyroux (17.1%)

Back to winning ways in Round 10, as Saints demolished the Warrington Wolves in a game that laid down our title credentials, and Coote made it five Man of the march performances in a row as he picked up 37% of the vote, ahead of Jonny Lomax (21%) and Morgan Knowles (11%)

On Good Friday Round 11, it was once again Lachlan Coote picking up top spot and making it six from six with 41.4% of the vote, with Regan Grace on 17.9% and Luke Thompson on 16.7%

In Round 12 v Hull FC, Coote was finally knocked off his oerch, as a dominant Jonny Lomax performance sawhim take the award with 65.4% of the vote, Naqaima second with 19.5% and Coote on 4.4% in third place.

So what has that done to the overall standings?
Lachlan Coote has raced away to the top of the leaderboard, opening up a huge 21 point gap and proving already he is the reason! Could his lead prove unassailable even at this early stage?

Lachlan Coote35
James Roby14
Theo Fages13
Jonny Lomax12
Alex Walmsley8
Luke Thompson 7
Dom Peyroux5
Kevin Naqaima4
Tommy Makinson3
Regan Grace3
Kyle Amor1
Morgan Knowles1

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