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With the race to the NRL finals heating up, now is your chance to have your say and vote for the player you think has been the best in the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership. 

The Provan Summons Medal is the "fans' choice" award, presented to the NRL's best player as voted by the fans at the prestigious Dally M awards in Grand Final Week.

The award has gone to some of the biggest names in the game over the years including Ricky Stuart, Brad Fittler, Andrew Johns, Darren Lockyer and Greg Inglis. 

You can make your vote count here:

How voting works: 

Phase 1: Fans pick their top 10 players of the year (order not important). Closes at 3.00pm on Tuesday, August 4.

Phase 2: The most popular 10 players as voted by the fans in Phase 1 will be shortlisted for a final vote to determine the recipient of the Provan Summons Award. 

From the top 10 shortlist, fans will vote for their top three players in Dally M style: 3 points to their favourite, 2 points to the next best, 1 point for the third best. Phase 2 voting will be open from 4.00pm, August 4 and will close 3.00pm, Tuesday August 18.

The winner of the Provan Summons Medal will be announced during Grand Final Week at the Dally M awards night.

Register or sign in to make your vote count

Previous winners of the Provan Summons Medal:

2014: Johnathan Thurston
2013: Greg Inglis
2012: Ben Barba
2011: Nathan Hindmarsh
2010: Todd Carney
2009: Jamie Soward
2008: Nathan Hindmarsh
2007: Nathan Hindmarsh
2006: Nathan Hindmarsh
2005: Nathan Hindmarsh
2004: Darren Lockyer
2002: Andrew Johns
2001: Andrew Johns
2000: Andrew Johns
1999: Andrew Johns
1998: Andrew Johns
1997: Brad Fittler
1996: Terry Lamb
1995: Bradley Clyde
1994: Ricky Stuart

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