THE voting for the Saints team of the decade continues this week with the two second row spots.

We have picked four second rows for readers to choose from.

St Helens Star:

First is Sia Soliola, who was signed as a centre, but really established himself as a big hitting back row,

Soliola joined from Sydney Roosters at the start of the 2010 campaign but suffered a serious injury that ruled him out for most of the year.

His return was part of the fillip Saints needed to reach the Grand Final, where they lost to Wigan.

The popular Samoan international would enjoy four more seasons in the red vee, scoring 31 tries in 117 appearances.

His dynamic surges with the ball were matched by some special defensive efforts where he would line up the attacker and whack them.

Soliola scored a crucial try in the 2014 Grand Final win over Wigan - his last game for Saints before returning to the NRL with Canberra.

St Helens Star:

Willie Manu gave Saints a touch of experience and quality after joining from Hull FC at the start of the 2013 season.

He was one of Nathan Brown's first recruits in what was a tough first year. A strong tackler, Manu was also excellent at slipping the ball out of the tackle.

Manu's final game was the 2014 Grand Final win over Wigan.

St Helens Star:

Dominique Peyroux was another player who joined from the NRL as a centre, but has played his best rugby in the second row.

After being out of favour initially, Peyroux forced himself into Justin Holbrook's reckoning by the end of 2017.

In 2018 he was immense, and arguably his untimely broken arm was a factor in Saints' late season wobble.

A direct runner and big tackler, Peyroux was a strong member of Saints 2019 Grand Final winning team.

St Helens Star:

Zeb Taia brought guile and experience to the Saints team after joining from Gold Coast Titans.

He had already enjoyed Super League experience with Catalans - and slotted in well to a Saints side that was struggling.

His footwork and offloads have been a key component of Saints' left hand edge attack. He has scored 20 tries in 88 appearances for the Saints.

There were other candidates considered, Tony Puletua flitted between prop and loose forward, Joe Greenwood was slowly establishing himself and although Jon Wilkin played a lot in the second row, he will be in the list for loose forwards category for this team of the decade vote.

You can vote for two second rows.