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With fullback, hooker, the second rowers and the props decided, the centres are now in the spotlight as voting continues in the People's Choice 20th Anniversary Team poll.

Brent Webb has been chosen at fullback, P J Marsh at hooker, Simon Mannering and Ali Lauitiiti in the second row and Steve Price and Ben Matulino as the props.

It has been difficult for members and fans choosing between a range of outstanding players for each position and the centres are no different.

Foundation captain Dean Bell finished his playing days with the club, returning home for debut season as one of the game’s best centres around. He savoured so much success with Wigan, not least seven Challenge Cup victories.

Following him have been some wonderful performers who have played for the club in the centres.

Vote for your two faviorite Vodafone Warriors centres from the past 20 years

Here is a list of 12 contenders (in chronological order):

DEAN BELL (#1) | 1995, 19 games, 3 tries

TEA ROPATI (#15) | 1995-1998, 72 games, 26 tries

RICHIE BLACKMORE (#26) | 1995-1996 & 2001, 35 games, 13 tries

NIGEL VAGANA (#32) | 1996 & 1998-2000, 71 games, 37 tries

CLINTON TOOPI (#66) | 1999-2006, 129 games, 57 tries

DAVID MYLES (#77) | 2000-2002, 41 games, 5 tries

VINNIE ANDERSON (#100) | 2002-2004, 55 games, 13 tries

JEROME ROPATI (#108) | 2003-2014, 145 games, 54 tries

TONY MARTIN (#109) | 2004-2007, 53 games, 13 tries, 109 goals

BRENT TATE (#137) | 2008-2010, 48 games, 12 tries

JOEL MOON (#145) | 2009-2011, 51 games, 15 tries

KONRAD HURRELL (172) | 2012-2015, 64 games, 39 tries

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