Storm teammates Jesse Bromwich and Tohu Harris have been selected as finalists for the 2016 NZRL Kiwis Player of the Year.
The pair have been nominated alongside Cowboys prop and Dally M medal winner Jason Taumalolo.
Bromwich won the award in 2015 and enjoyed yet another stellar season this year, playing every game in the front row on his way to capturing his third successive Storm Player of the Year award.
The star big man also took over from Simon Mannering as New Zealand captain in May.
Harris once again displayed his incredible versatility, playing at centre, five-eighth and in the second row for Craig Bellamy’s team during the season.
The 24-year-old also made 831 tackles and ranked second at the Club for hit-ups (295).
The winner of the award will be announced at a ceremony in Auckland on January 20.
Also in another dose of good news for Storm, Thunderbolts player Jesse Arthars has been nominated for the Domestic 18s Players award.