Sheffield Eagles have three players and Doncaster one in the Kingstone Press Championship All Stars team for 2013.
The full-back spot goes to Quentin Laulu-Togagae for the second year running and he’s joined in the backs by centre Menzie Yere with the pair scoring 79 tries this season.
Eagles captain Mitch Stringer is at prop forward and is also a leading contender to be named the league’s player of the year later this week.
“I’m delighted that we’ve got three players in the All Stars,” said coach Mark Aston.
“We’ve had a great season and for me a few more would have been in there.”
Doncaster’s Paul Cooke, who has taken over as player coach - is in at stand-off. It’s recognition of the Dons reaching the play-offs in their first season after going up.
Batley Bulldogs, who the Eagles face in the Grand Final on Sunday, have only one representative in winger Greg Johnson. Featherstone have four players in Will Sharp, Steve Crossley, James Lockwood and Liam Finn.