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It's your final time to vote in the Menulog Team of the Decade finishing off with the Locks!

We finish off the voting with the last position of the Menulog Team of the Decade, that's right we're onto the Locks! It's between Cameron Murray and Michael Crocker!

Cameron Murray is the new kid on the block and has developed quite the
Rugby League resume in his young career so far while Michael Crocker was an old workhorse by the time he came to South Sydney and one to always lead from the front! Who comes out on top for you!? Vote Now!

*Note Sam Burgess is nominated at Lock but has been voted into the Menulog Team of the Decade at Second Row already and is therefore ineligible for Lock... But let's go take a look at Burgess' time at Lock for old time's sake!


Arguably the best import of the modern game, Sam Burgess epitomised everything you wanted in a footballer. He had courage, passion and a will to succeed in everything he did while ensuring he always put the team first. Since coming over to South Sydney as a 21-year-old, Burgess played 182 games for the red and green between 2010 and 2019.

Sam Burgess Team of the Decade - Lock

His career highlight would definitely be that inspiring Clive Churchill medal-winning performance in 2014 where he pushed through and played-on with a broken cheek bone. Whether on the edge or in the middle, Burgess always provided energy and could change the momentum of the game with one big carry or tackle.

Adding to the 2014 NRL Premiership trophy and his Clive Churchill Medal, Sam was also awarded the RLIF International Player of the Year award in 2014, was the Dally M Lock of the Year in the same year, has won the George Piggins Medal as the Rabbitohs best and fairest player on three occasions and the Jack Rayner Players’ Player award five times.  One of the toughest players to play the game whether on an edge or in the middle.