MIKE Cooper has been awarded maximum Steve Prescott Man of Steel points for The Wire’s victory over Hull Kingston Rovers on Saturday.

The prop scored the final try in the 28-14 victory at The Halliwell Jones Stadium and was awarded three points by the member of the voting panel who attended the game.

Harvey Livett, who scored two of Warrington’s five tries, won two points while Stefan Ratchford scored one point.

Ratchford leads the Wire charge in the overall standings on four points – two behind St Helens hooker James Roby, who leads the way on six.

Round Two winners:

Three Points: Jamie Shaul, Mike Cooper, George Williams, Matt Whitley, Jackson Hastings & James Roby

Two Points: Paul McShane, Harvey Livett, Sean O’Loughlin, Michael McIlorum, Kris Welham & Jacob Miller

One Point: Jake Trueman, Stefan Ratchford, Thomas Leuluai, Brayden Wiliame, Niall Evalds & Tom Johnstone

Meanwhile, the newly-revealed Man of Steel voting panel contains four former Warrington players.

Jonathan Davies – the last Warrington player to win the English game’s top individual prize in 1994 – is on the 21-person panel, as is triple Challenge Cup-winning captain Adrian Morley.

Jerome Guisset and Paul Sculthorpe complete the ex-Wire representation on the panel, which is being chaired former Golden Boot winner and Rugby League Hall of Famer Ellery Hanley MBE.

Full Steve Prescott Man of Steel voting panel:

Ellery Hanley MBE (chairman), Denis Betts, Phil Clarke, Paul Cooke, Eorl Crabtree, Jonathan Davies OBE, Jerome Guisset, Robbie Hunter-Paul, Chris Joynt, Andy Lynch, Barrie McDermott, Adrian Morley, Terry O’Connor, Martin Offiah MBE, Jamie Peacock MBE, Mal Reilly OBE, Jason Robinson OBE, Garry Schofield MBE, Paul Sculthorpe MBE, Keith Senior, Johnny Whiteley MBE