Can you believe that 2022 is nearly over.
It has been a strange year with four Rugby League World Cups two of which, the PDRL and the Wheelchair, were won by England.
St Helens made history winning a fourth Super League Grand Final in a row whilst Wigan Warriors made it 20 Challenge Cup Final wins in their history.
All of this resided upon the landscape of a changing world which has seen three Prime Minister in 2022 and of course the devastating passing of Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II.
Elsewhere in the sporting world, the Lionesses won the Euros at Wembley in an amazing moment for women’s sprot in this country.
So, with all that to choose from it was difficult for Warrington Wolves PDRL star Adam Hills to decide who should go top of the Christmas tree on his show The Last Leg.
The Queen was voted for plenty, as were the Lionesses and England Wheelchair Rugby League team for their final win over France recently, they were also special guests on the show on Friday night, however, none of them were victorious.
Instead it was Leeds Rhinos legend Kevin Sinfield for his latest challenge in the fight against Motor Neurone Disease as he strives to raise money and awareness in the fight against MND.
He ran seven ultramarathons in seven days raising £2.1 million and for this he was the person of 2022 for The Last Leg viewers voted ahead of all others to be top of the Christmas tree.
Apt considering less than 24 hours later Doddie Weir passed away after a six year battle with MND.