Jake Trbojevic of the Sea Eagles is tackled by Nelson Asofa-Solomona (left) and Jesse Bromwich of the Storm.
Jake Trbojevic of the Sea Eagles is tackled by Nelson Asofa-Solomona (left) and Jesse Bromwich of the Storm. DAN HIMBRECHTS

Gap narrows to Dally M leader

MANLY was on the wrong end of the scoreline against Melbourne but the right side of the Dally M votes, with Jake and Tom Trbojevic both polling.

Jake picked up three votes while Tom picked up one. Melbourne fullback Billy Slater grabbed two after setting up three tries in the first half in his best game of the season.

James Tedesco also picked up three votes in a losing effort after starring for the Tigers in their Easter Monday defeat to Parramatta.

Leader Cameron Smith did not pick up a vote but Luke Keary narrowed the gap on the Melbourne hooker to just two points after grabbing two votes for his performance against Newcastle.

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