You have voted Deon Cross as May’s Player of the Month.

In perhaps the tightest vote of 2024, the 27-year-old has beaten stern competition from teammates, Ollie Partington, Kallum Watkins and April’s winner, Nene Macdonald.

Cross operated at centre in his first two seasons at the club, becoming an integral part of Paul Rowley’s side.

He has contributed with five tries and one try assist in his 13 appearances so far this year; including a memorable winner against St Helens in Round 4.

Across May, Cross has been a reliable performer on the wing.

In reaction to winning the award, Cross said: “Thanks to the fans who voted for me. I am looking forward to the rest of the season moving forward and to keep building as a team.”

Join us in congratulating Deon on his award.


It’s time to vote for your May Player of the Month.

Almost midway through 2024, Paul Rowley’s Salford Red Devils sit sixth in the Betfred Super League and are right amongst the battle for a playoff position.

The month of May brought fixtures against Huddersfield Giants, Leigh Leopards and the reigning world champions, Wigan Warriors.

A storming first-half display the John Smith’s Stadium was enough to see-off the Giants, who almost staged a late comeback.

Nene Macdonald scored twice, with Ethan Ryan also finishing an outstanding team try on another fantastic night in West Yorkshire.

In between a weeks’ rest due to Challenge Cup action, the Red Devils did suffer back-to-back defeats against the Leopards and the Warriors, but had their moments in each game where momentum could have swung.

Across the three games, four players stood out above rest, so here are your Player of the Month nominees.

It feels like every week we’re highlighting the brilliance of Nene Macdonald.

The PNG international still leads the league in post-contact metres and continues to be one of our top performers, week on week.

As does the skipper, Kallum Watkins – our next nominee.

A player who sets the standard and rarely dips from the world class levels that have seen him win multiple major honours during his illustrious career.

Since returning from injury, Ollie Partington has been an ever-present in the team at 13.

With some fierce competition from Joe Shorrocks, who himself has been a brilliant addition to the squad, Partington’s performances have been outstanding across May.

Our final nominee is Deon Cross, who has taken-up a familiar role – but new since joining Salford – on the wing.

Signing a new two-year deal in the off-season, the England Knights international has continued his exciting development under our coaching staff.

So, who is your winner this month? Make sure to vote below and head to our social channels to give your reasons!


It’s time to vote for your April Player of the Month.

Across this period, Paul Rowley’s side secured two wins from their three Betfred Super League games, moving themselves into a congested top six.

The month started with a disappointing defeat at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle, where Salford Red Devils surrendered a healthy lead on two occasions to lose 36-24.

However, we soon bounced back with a hard-fought win in the capital. Skipper, Kallum Watkins and Deon Cross were on target for Salford in a 4-12 victory over London Broncos.

Returning back home, Warrington Wolves visited the Salford Community Stadium on a run of good form.

In and back and forth contest, Danny Walker’s tackle on Ryan Brierley in the was given as a penalty-try and secured a 17-12 victory.

Four players stood out above rest last month, so here are your Player of the Month nominees.

It’ll be no shock for anyone to see Nene Macdonald on this list.

The PNG international has been in exceptional form and a highlight has to be his stunning, full length try against Castleford Tigers in Round 7.

His fellow centre, Tim Lafai is the next nominee.

A game-breaking try against Warrington was crucial in our victory, fending-off multiple players to crash over in the left corner.

Fresh from signing a new two-year deal, Marc Sneyd has received a third consecutive POTM nomination.

The England international has already won this accolade back-to-back – as well as the league’s award for March – and his performances have certainly not dipped ever since.

Our final nominee is Ollie Partington; a consistent, hard-working middle who has been a huge performer for us across April.

Comfortable with ball in hand, the 25-year-old has played his role at 13 perfectly under fierce competition from new signing, Joe Shorrocks.

So, who is your winner this month? Make sure to vote below and head to our social channels to give your reasons!


Tim Lafai has been nominated for the Glen’s Vodka Super League Player of the Month for April.

Our super Samoan has been on top form in our last three Betfred Super League games; including important wins over London Broncos and Warrington Wolves.

A highlight of his month has to be a stunning, game-breaking try, where he fended-off defender after defender to open the scoring on Saturday afternoon.

Since joining the club in 2022, Lafai has transformed himself into one of the competition’s finest players.

We would like to congratulate Tim on a well-deserved nomination. Make sure you vote for him by clicking here to head to the Our League app.


Marc Sneyd has been crowned Glen’s Vodka Betfred Super League Player of the Month for March.

In recognition of an outstanding start to the season, our number seven was handed the accolade live on Sky Sports News.

On an individual level, Sneyd has been influential in every victory.

Across March, he was named Man of the Match in each of our Super League fixtures; including wins against Hull KR, St Helens and Leigh Leopards.

In particular, his display of leadership at the Totally Wicked Stadium guided the team to Salford’s win at Saints for over 44 years.

As he adds yet another accolade to his collection, we would like to send huge congratulations to Sneydy!

Check out his best bits from the month below.


It’s time to vote for your March Player of the Month.

It was another busy period for Paul Rowley’s side, with Salford Red Devils securing three wins from five games across all competitions.

The first of which came courtesy of a 17-10 home victory over Hull KR. Deon Cross and Chris Hankinson were on target, with Marc Sneyd’s kicking in-game, and from the tee proving a big difference.

Another was a memorable night at the Totally Wicked Stadium, where we recorded our first victory away at St Helens for over 44 years.

Deon Cross scored a 75th minute try to send the Salford faithful into raptures and complete a stunning, late fightback.

The task didn’t get any easier a week later, with recently-crowned world champions, Wigan Warriors in town for Round 5.

Putting together another fantastic team performance, the Red Devils were leading for a large portion of the contest, but two late efforts from Jake Wardle and Bevan French stole the points.

A week later, an off-night at Craven Park saw our Betfred Challenge Cup journey come to an end, but we soon bounced back with a solid Rivals Round display against Leigh Leopards.

Ryan Brierley, Ethan Ryan and Marc Sneyd were all scorers in a 32-22 victory.

However, across the month, three candidates stood out above rest.

The first, of course, was Marc Sneyd – who picked up the Man of the Match medal in each of our Super League contests across March.

Influential every week with both ball in hand and flying off his left boot, our number seven is currently sitting top of the Steve Prescott Man of Steel charts.

The second candidate is Tim Lafai, who continues to show his brilliance week-on-week.

His consistency has been instrumental in our early-season form, but a standout moment has to be his magical assist to set-up Deon Cross’ winner against St Helens.

Receiving the ball in one hand, he moved it into the other and produced his trademark flick out the back to send Cross strolling over in the corner.

Nene Macdonald has also earned back-to-back nominations after a flying start to his career in red and white.

The PNG international has quickly became a fan favourite with his displays at centre, scoring his second try for the club in our match against Saints earlier this month.

So, who is your winner this month? Make sure to vote below and head to our social channels to give your reasons!


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Marc Sneyd has been voted February’s Player of the Month.

Our number seven has enjoyed a stellar start to the season, at his influential best with both ball in hand, and from his magical left boot.

Throughout February, Sneyd was one of the standout performers across the competition.

For this award, he has fought-off fierce competition from Nene Macdonald, Kallum Watkins and Sam Stone, who have all enjoyed positive starts to the season on an individual basis.

He currently tops the Steve Prescott MBE Man of Steel standings and his composure from the kicking tee has been a real asset so far this season.

In the first two games, Sneyd notched four try assists, with three of them coming in our opening home fixture of the season – a 26-22 victory over Castleford Tigers.

Sneyd, in reaction to winning this month’s award, has said: “It’s been a good start to the season for me and the team.

“Hopefully, we can carry that on throughout the season!”

Want to ask Marc a question? Head to our socials to submit and you could be involved in our next video!

A huge congratulations to Sneydy on this well-deserved award.


It’s time to vote for your February Player of the Month.

Paul Rowley’s side have started their 2024 Betfred Super League campaign on the front foot, with some exciting new additions showing their quality and reliable faces back to their very best.

February saw the Red Devils face Leeds Rhinos and Castleford Tigers in the opening two rounds.

Despite a valiant performance at AMT Headingley, Sam Lisone’s late effort was the difference in Round 1, with Cade Cust’s debut try a notable highlight.

Salford bounced back in their opening home fixture a week later, beating the Tigers 26-22.

Four players stood out above the rest across the two fixtures and they’re now in the mix for the first individual accolade of 2024.

Starting with the skipper, Kallum Watkins, who continues to set the standard and show his class in the back-row.

A selfless, hard-working individual, Watkins is held in such high regard by the coaching staff and his teammates.

Next up is our star signing, Nene Macdonald, who has shown supporters the freakish ability he brings to the side.

A notable highlight across February was his acrobatic leap over Cas’ Luke Hooley to score a crucial try, just before half-time in Round 2.

Sam Stone – a double try-scorer in our victory over Cas – is also nominated for two fine displays in the back-row. Picking up the consistently brilliant form we saw in his debut season.

And last, but certainly not least is Marc Sneyd.

Mr. Reliable with the boot both in hand and from the tee, our number seven has maintained a 100% conversion record, so far, picking up a couple of try assists along the way.

So, who is your winner this month? Make sure to vote below and head to our social channels to give your reasons!


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It’s time for you to vote for your September Player of the Month…

Our 2023 Betfred Super League season came to a disappointing end, but there was still plenty to celebrate on an individual basis across the month.

We have five nominees for the final Player of the Month award of our season.

First up is the Coaches and Supporters’ Player of the Year, Ryan Brierley.

Our outstanding full-back is looking to win back-to-back awards and has been nominated – yet again – for his magnificent performances across September.

Next up is Kallum Watkins, who continues to lead the way in both attack and defence.

Our skipper was included in the back-row of Super League’s 2023 Dream Team and is up for the club award this month.

Ollie Partington – after a stellar debut season – is looking to win for the second time in 2023, having also picked-up the Players’ Player of the Year and Hitman of the Year awards’ last week.

Our Samoan centre, Tim Lafai has continued to build on his remarkable 2022 by producing world class performances, week after week in 2023.

As has Ken Sio – the final nominee for September’s award.

So, who gets your vote this month? Cast yours below!


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Ryan Brierley has been voted August’s Player of the Month.

One of our own has picked up the accolade for the second time this season, after winning the award in June for his stellar performances across the month.

August has been exactly the same for Brierley, who has shown on a consistent basis all season why he is one of the most underrated players across the whole division.

This month he has fought off competition from teammates, Ken Sio, Oliver Partington and Brad Singleton, who have all contributed to the teams’ success in the past few weeks.

In reaction to winning the award, Brierley has said: “I’m pleased to win Player of the Month award voted for by the fans, it’s always nice to be recognised.

“The season is still alive so we need your support more than ever Friday night!”

Got a question for Ryan? Head to our social channels to ask it and you may be featured in one of our upcoming videos.

A huge congratulations to Ryan for picking up the award for the second time this season!

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