George Vlotis, WWOS
As the sun sets on rugby league's 112th year of competition in Australia, the game's greatest halfback ever Andrew Johns has ranked the five players that have defined the last decade – and according to the eighth Immortal himself, it's Cameron Smith who sits atop that list.
There isn't much Melbourne's 36-year-old legendary skipper hasn't already achieved in his decorated career, having won the Dally M twice, claiming hooker of the year on eight separate occasions and two golden boots.
In the past 10 years alone, Smith has steered the Storm to two premierships, four grand-finals and four minor-premierships, all to his own gracefully effortless beat.
With an ability to marshal his troops and seemingly orchestrate points at will, Johns says there's little wonder Smith is the greatest player he's ever seen.
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