Retiring Australian rugby league star James Maloney has been named in the 2021 Super League Dream Team.
Maloney and fellow Australian Sam Kasiano are among four Catalans Dragons players selected.
Catalans Dragons' historic League Leaders' Shield success has also been recognised with the selection of England captain Sam Tomkins and winger Tom Davies.
Maloney, in his second season with the French club, slotted a field to deliver the Dragons' a minor premiership in their win over St Helens in August.
The 35-year-old will retire from elite competition rugby league at the end of the Super League season.
He will continue to play at French domestic level and is tipped to transition into coaching role after more than 300 games that included NRL premierships with the Sydney Roosters and Cronulla.
The 2021 Super League Dream Team features players from six different clubs but five of them are from reigning champions St Helens, including 20-year-old utility back Jack Welsby, who is one of seven newcomers.
Welsby, who is Saints' only ever-present so far, has started matches in every position in the back division in 2021 and is chosen to fill one of the two centre spots in the mythical line-up, which is drawn from the weekly Man of Steel votes.
St Helens forwards Alex Walmsley and Morgan Knowles are among four players to keep their spots from 2020 while Hull KR's remarkable achievement in reaching the play-off semi-finals is recognised with the selection of former North Queensland player Kane Linnett.
Ken Sio is another Australian to earn a gong as he continues to impress in his second Super League stint, this time with Salford.
SUPER LEAGUE DREAM TEAM
S Tomkins (Catalans); T Davies (Catalans), J Welsby (St Helens), M Percival (St Helens), K Sio (Salford); J Lomax (St Helens), J Maloney (Catalans), A Walmsley (St Helens), K Leeming (Leeds), S Kasiano (Catalans), L Farrell (Wigan), K Linnett (Hull KR), M Knowles (St Helens).
Australian Associated Press