THE voting for the Saints team of the decade (2010-19) continues this week with attention turning to the number six shirt.

Leon Pryce had signed for Saints ahead of the treble-winning 2006 season and had been a dynamic runner and had combined well with Sean Long and Paul Wellens.

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However, his two seasons at Saints at the start of decade were largely frustrating, injury hit terms. He scored eight tries from 25 appearances in 2010 but saw his 2011 curtailed by injury. He missed both the Grand Finals in his last two years at Saints before leaving for Catalans.

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Lee Gaskell really established himself as a 20-year-old in that 2011 campaign in which Saints played on the road at Widnes.

He combined well with Jonny Lomax in the halves, scoring 11 tries, but alas the year ended in a Grand final defeat.

He started the 2012 year at 6 in the new stadium, but was it was a tough year. Although Nathan Brown gave him the first shot at stand off in 2013, he was moved on to Salford and then Bradford.

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World Cup winner Lance Hohaia scored 22 tries in 81 appearances at Saints. Elusive from dummy half and a consummate professional, the Kiwi also played full back and hooker when needed. He endured a frustrating spell at times. He played in the 2014 Grand Final but was knocked out after two minutes.

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A tough Australian stand-off Travis Burns was signed from Hull KR for £60,000 in 2015. It did not quite work out, in a tough time for Saints, but he scored four tries from 34 appearances before being sent out to Leigh.

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Jonny Lomax was Saints’ player of the year as stand-off in last season’s Grand Final winning squad.

Having been a utility player at wing, centre and half when he broke into the team in 2010, Lomax established himself at scrum half between 2011-13, before moving to full back.

He has returned to the halves with a vengeance, scoring 17 and then 19 tries in the last two season and being top of the assists.

Theo Fages has also played a good part of the decade at 6, but he will be listed in his current scrum half position to avoid confusion.