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Dally M Medal 2023: Stars shine on red carpet at rugby league’s night of nights

It was all white on the night for Dylan Edwards of the Panthers and partner Nadine Haggart, Cameron Murray of the Rabbitohs and his partner Miranda Cross, Jarrod Croker of the Raiders and his wife Brittney Wicks  and Liam Martin of the Panthers and his partner.

It was all white on the night for Dylan Edwards of the Panthers and partner Nadine Haggart, Cameron Murray of the Rabbitohs and his partner Miranda Cross, Jarrod Croker of the Raiders and his wife Brittney Wicks and Liam Martin of the Panthers and his partner. Photo: Getty/TND

The stars of the NRL and NRLW stars have hit the red carpet ahead of the 2023 Dally M Medal ceremony.

The awards, which are being held at Sydney’s Royal Randwick racecourse, are a highlight of grand final week, with Penrith playing Brisbane this weekend in the NRL decider and Newcastle Knights playing Gold Coast Titans in the NRLW equivalent.

Here are some of the best looks from the red carpet.

Sydney Roosters’ Isabelle Kelly was pretty in pink when she took to the red carpet with husband Jake Callister. Photo: Getty

Wests Tigers’ Apisai Koroisau and his partner Amy turned the tables with their black and white ensembles. Photo: Getty

Brisbane’s Captain of the Year Adam Reynolds and his partner Tallara Simon-Phillips also kept it sleek and simple on the night. Photo: Getty

Cronulla’s Tiana Penitani wore a stunning powder blue off-the-shoulder gown to make her entrance. Photo: Getty

Sparkling ensembles and smiles to match for St George Illawarra’s Raecene McGregor, left, and her partner. Photo: Getty

Powerhouse Brisbane forward Payne Haas looked proud as punch as he and his partner Leilani Mohenoa arrived at the awards. Photo: Getty

Brisbane’s Julia Robinson showed off some ink as well as her dress, and added a little sparkle with a sequined clutch. Photo: Getty

Canberra’s Hudson Young and his partner Kelsea Peck also got the sleek black-and-white memo. Photo: Getty

Sydney Roosters’ Jessica Sergis opted for Hollywood glamour to make her mark. Photo: Getty

Wests Tigers’ Kezie Apps chose style and comfort with her smart shoes ready to hit the ground running ahead of the long awards night. Photo: Getty

Brisbane’s Herbie Farnworth with his partner, who sported a daring lime-green ensemble. Photo: Getty

Cronulla’s Nicho Hynes bucked the evening’s trend in blue velvet. Photo: Getty

Lindsay Collins’ (Sydney Roosters) partner Kaylah Collins kept it sleek and sexy with a daring corset dress with thigh-high split.. Photo: Getty

Newcastle Knights coach Adam O’Brien with wife Sharyn, who also chose a sleek, black gown. Photo: Getty

New Zealand Warriors’ Wayde Egan kept it simple with his partner. Photo: Getty

Penrith Panthers coach Ivan Cleary and his wife Rebecca, who wore a gorgeous lacy white gown.  Photo: Getty

Panthers star Brian To’o with his partner Sala Moesha, in an intricately patterned silver and black gown. Photo: Getty  

ST George NRLW coach Jamie Soward and his partner Madi wore matching outfits, although only Madi went for the thigh-high split. Photo: Getty 

Penrith’s Isaah Yeo and partner Ashley Camenzuli – in a dramatic red gown – rocked the carpet. Photo: Getty 

Manly Sea Eagles’ Jake Trbojevic, with Alix Waddell in midnight blue, made an elegant statement. Photo: Getty

Topics: NRL
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