SELECTION for the two props in the Saints team of the decade is likely to be tight.

St Helens Star:

First up is James Graham, who was part of the treble winning team in 2006, and won the Man of Steel two years later.

He left Saints for NRL side Canterbury Bulldogs after two years of this decade - with his hard yards, soft hands, workrate and competitive spirit marking him out as a special player.

Graham carried a much weaker pack than Saints had been used to - but they fell short in the Grand Final against Wigan.

St Helens Star:

He was made joint skipper the following year and led from the front in a season played away from St Helens. There was no fairytale finish - with the game going away from them in the last quarter at Old Trafford.

St Helens Star:

Alex Walmsley has grown into one of the world’s top props since joining from Batley in 2013.

His barnstorming runs, have now been complemented by an offload game. A Dream Team member in 2017, Walmsley put his career back on track last year with a vengeance after suffering a broken neck in 2018. He has two Grand Final rings to his name.

St Helens Star:

Mose Masoe was a big impact player for Saints - and the sort of signing they needed after a dreadful 2013.

He brought size and a bit of devil to the pack. He picked his games - but he always got up for the Wigan games, including the 2014 Grand Final.

St Helens Star:

Kyle Amor made a dream start at Saints, scoring at Warrington in 2014 and being a part of the team that won the 2014 Grand Final.

A steady player who has featured 168 times in the red vee. He too, has two Grand Final wins under his belt.

St Helens Star:

Luke Thompson is a prop with the world at his feet.

Pace, strength, good footwork and the ability to play long minutes mark him out as a top player who will only get better.

An international with England and Great Britain - and another player who won rings in 2014 and 19.