WHEN Saints stormed to victory against London Broncos in Round 14  it was half back Moses Mbye who caught the eye scoring one try and setting up three others at the Stoop.

And for that he has earned the three points in this week's Steve Prescott Man of Steel vote.

In second place and earning two points is hooker Daryl Clark, who scored a seven-minute hat-trick early in the second half to have the travelling fans serenading him for the rest of the afternoon.

And popular loose forward James Bell, who has done a magnificent job in Morgan Knowles' absence through injury, also got in on the act.

The Scottish international created two tries with his two assists, became one of Saints’ top tacklers, and made seven tackle busts and 106 metres in 18 carries.

It capped an exceptional day for Saints and a 52-6 performance that sent them straight back to the top of the Super League table on points difference at the half way stage of the season.

Steve Prescott Man of Steel points from  Super League Round 14.

3 points: Moses Mbye.

2 points: Daryl Clark.

1 point: James Bell.

At the half way stage Salford's Marc Sneyd leads the table with 18 points, followed by Mikey Lewis of Hull KR.

The highest placed Saints is Jack Welsby in sixth with 11 points, with Daryl Clark on 8 points in 13th.