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New South Wales
Congratulations to the following 2019 Award Winners
1st Grade Best and Fairest – Harry Burey
2nd Grade Best and Fairest – Charlie Jeavons-Fellows
3rd Grade Best and Fairest – James Margan
4th Grade Best and Fairest – Sam Ryan
1st Colts Best and Fairest – Dele Lokotui
2nd Colts Best and Fairest – Angus Collison
3rd Colts Best and Fairest – Alex Lynch
Best and Fairest – Mel Steer
Most Improved – Tessa Sheehan
Payers Player – Sally Little
Peter Simpson Award (Overall Colts Best & Fairest) – Dele Lokotui
Cameron Shepherd Award (Colts Leading Point Scorer) – John Pale 72 points
Adam Ashley-Cooper Award (Colts Leading Try Scorer) – Sifa Tooks Amone – 9 Tries
Bill Stevenson Award (Most Improved Colt) – Brady Dawson
Sprit of Norths Colts – Harvey Lawler
Bon Andrews Colts of the Year – Zane Hogan & Jayden Lynch
Peter Hill Trophy (Overall Grade Best & Fairest) – Harry Burey
Ron Alywin Award (Leading Goal Kicker) – Sam Ryan – 50 Goals
Dennis Hughes Award (Leading Try Scorer) – Nathan Russell – 12 Tries
John Suhan Memorial Award (Leading Point Scorer) – Sam Ryan – 125 Points
Cecil Hill Trophy (Most improved Grade Player) – Reece Mau’u
Bill Debney Trophy (Clubman of the Year) – Chris Hall
Team of the Year
Prop: Jayden Lynch (Colts & Grade)
Hooker: James Margan (3rd Grade) / Alex Lynch (3rd Colts)
Dylan Saunders (2nd Colts)
Brady Dawson (1st Colts)
Connor Vest (1st Grade)
Angus Collison (2nd Colts)
Charlie Jeavons-Fellows (2nd Grade)
Hugh Sinclair (1st Grade)
Josh Noonan (1st Grade)
Sam Ryan (4th Grade)
Dele Lokotui (1st Colts)
Harry Burey (1st Grade)
Nathan Russell (1st Grade)
Daniel Woods (1st Colts)
Reece Mau’u (1st Grade)
Head Coach: Matt Gordon (2nd Grade)
Forwards Coach: Ben Molloy (2nd Colts)
Backs Coach Tom Clifford (2nd Colts)
Team Manager: John Wardell (1st Grade)
Physio: Jackie Axtens (Colts) & Jarrad Rangihuna (Grade)
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Norths Shoremen 7’s
The Shoremen’s 7’s Team is back, for 2019/20 Men’s 7’s season.
Headlined by the inclusion of Aussie 7’s star, Sam Myers as Captain and Co-Coach alongside club General Manager Jack Burey.
Myers, the tall timbre of the Aussie 7s side, prides himself on his ability in the air and is one of the hardest workers when out on the field. Having made his debut for Australia in the third round of the 2013/2014 HSBC Sevens World Series campaign in South Africa, Myers was named in the London Sevens Tournament Dream Team in May 2014.
With 28 World Series tournament caps, Sam brings a huge amount of professional 7’s experience.
The Shoremen 7’s will return to the training field on October 15th ahead of 4 key tournaments to round out 2019.
Opening the 7’s season with a hit out at the Western Sydney 7’s on Saturday/Sunday, November 2nd/3rd at Lidcombe Oval.
Followed by a revamped Premier Club 7’s competition played over a 3 tournament series, with venues still TBC.
1. Saturday, November 9th
2. Saturday, November 23rd
3. Saturday, December 9th
The Shoremen will then regroup in the new year to tackle both the Mick ‘Whale’ Curry Memorial 7’s in Hamilton and the illustrious Kiama 7’s in February.
Meanwhile, the Norths Women’s 7’s the ‘Sirens’ will round out their season with a trip the Mudgee 7’s on October 12th.
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