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ARL Fee chairman Peter V’landys has steered that the votes system for the Dally M Medal might be modified so gamers on dominant groups aren’t deprived.

V’landys’ name got here after this yr’s scorching favorite Nathan Cleary was overwhelmed to the award by Canberra’s Jack Wighton, regardless of Cleary’s Panthers ending the yr as minor premiers.

The present system sees the very best gamers awarded three, two, and one Dally M vote per sport, however V’landys steered that a greater various could also be to rank every participant out of 10 each sport, earlier than including up the rating factors to find out the Dally M Medallist on the finish of the yr.

Whereas he steered that Wighton was a deserving winner of the award, V’landys indicated that a change to the voting system might be on the playing cards.

“It actually raised just a few points (about) somebody like Nathan Cleary who’s in an excellent group that has acquired 5 – 6 gamers who might get the factors,” V’landys informed 2GB’s Large World of Sports activities Radio.

“Perhaps we should always take a look at ranking each participant out of 10 after which accumulate these factors so no particular person misses out.

“So the particular person with essentially the most factors on the finish of the yr has been essentially the most constant and greatest participant, as a result of in case you are in an excellent group it actually is an obstacle.”

Regardless of his name to revamp the voting system, V’landys was filled with reward for Wighton.

“Take nothing away from Jack Wighton, he deserved the award,” he mentioned.

“I used to be very lucky to spend 5 hours with these gamers and I could not consider extra respectable human beings. I used to be so impressed with Jack and I used to be so completely satisfied for him.

“He is a shy child from Orange and what a beautiful, pretty human being. Nobody ought to take something away from him.

“He deserved the award and he was essentially the most constant and greatest participant all year long.”

Wighton’s Dally M win was overshawdowed by the unlucky leak of the outcomes, and V’landys steered that the NRL hadn’t been left “fuming” regardless of latest studies.

“Out of each detrimental there is a optimistic,” he mentioned.

“I wasn’t indignant about what occurred on Monday, somebody made a mistake, it is a human error. If it was executed to achieve a bonus or it was willful, it’s a totally different matter.

“We simply wish to examine the way it occurred so it does not occur once more.”

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