LAST week we sked you to vote for your Saints full back of the decade.

This week we ask you to pick two wingers on their form from 2010-19.

St Helens Star:

Francis Meli had joined Saints ahead of the 2006 treble winning season and continued to offer his physical presence in the three-quarters in the new decade.

He found his way over the whitewash 26 times in 2010, switched to centre for 2011 and alternated between the positions before moving on at the end of the 2013 season.

His strike record at Saints was 145 tries from 224 appearances.

St Helens Star:

Ade Gardner had been a prolific scorer in the noughties, twice topping 30 tries for the season.

His game developed with maturity, although he still managed to score 16 tries – including four tries against Hull KR – in 2010.

Injuries curtailed his appearances and strike rate. But one thing he did give was 100 per cent commitment running the ball out from the line.

After a loans spell at Hull KR in 2014, Gardner hung up his boots and went into strength and conditioning.

St Helens Star:

Adam Swift was a hugely popular wingman from Blackbrook – who worked hard in his yardage sets and knew where the try line was, using speed, footwork and strength to get there.

He scored a hat-trick on his home debut, but injury his first year – and alas off and on in subsequent years.

He did, however, still manage to record 86 tries from 130 appearances – and remained a model pro even when he lost his spot in the first team.

St Helens Star:

Tommy Makinson has just got better and better in the red vee as the decade has gone on.

He came into this season as the Golden Boot, an award for the best player in the international games, and ended it as Super League’s highest try scorer of 2019.

Strong returning the ball, Makinson’s contribution has been invaluable in starting the Saints sets off. His bravery was underlined by playing on in the Grand Final with a dislocated shoulder.

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And he sure knows how to finish, with his one-handed touchdowns in the tight corners being a trademark.

Since making his debut in the 2011 season, Makinson has crossed for 132 tries, and came back strongly from the season ending knee injury sustained in 2016.

St Helens Star:

Regan Grace made a dream debut at Wigan on Good Friday in 2017 – and has never looked back.

The Welshman has pace to burn and is a real fans favourite.

He has increasingly found extra aspects to his running game to beat men, not simply relying on pure pace, but has developed his footwork and game awareness.

So far he has scored 51 tries from 90 appearances – and there will be plenty more to come.

Vote for up to two wingers below or email your top two to

Deadline for this vote is December 1.