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TULLY Junior Rugby League recently celebrated a highly successful season and individual achievements at their presentation night held at Tigers Leagues Club, Tully.
There were 160 in attendance, including players, coaches, and parents, who enjoyed dinner before awards were presented in the Under 13 to Under 16 age groups.
The Under 6 to Under 12 age groups received medallions.
Club President Steven Morice took the opportunity to thank the many people who contributed to the club’s successful 2021 season.
He paid homage to sponsors, committee members, referees, coaches, managers, League Safe staff, sports trainers, first aiders, canteen workers, parents, supporters, and all volunteers.
Coaches from each team delivered a speech and commended players on their dedication, efforts, and improvement throughout the year.
Tully Tigers’ Under 13, Under 15, and Under 16 teams played in the FNQ Rugby League Coast competition grand finals at Jones Park, Cairns.
Two of those, the Under 15 and Under 16 teams, won their respective premierships, whilst the Under 13 team finished as runners up, which is an impressive result for the town.
This year’s Tully Tigers representative players were Leo Briggs, Kade Corby, Kaedyn Ketchell, Alex Greenwood, Joey Banu, Clancy Black, Bailee Muriata, Amarri Cassady, Cohen Emmi, Marley Helion, Ezekiel Ivey, Ben Roebuck, Braithan Ketchell, Jason Hallie, Colby Thomson, Cameron Nelson, Jack Lodge, and Isaac Stagg.
Tully Junior Rugby League wished to thank Joanne and the team at Tully Leagues Club for hosting their presentation and providing a great atmosphere, decorations, good food, and friendly service.
Award winners were as follows:
Best Forward: Regan Ericson
Best Back: Finn Hawkins
Most Improved: Jake Jackson
Coaches’ Award: Jaxson Taylor
Best and Fairest: Miki Toquero
Best Forward: Sipi Sipi
Best Back: Marsat Ketchell
Most Improved: Nicholas Muriata
Coaches’ Award: Travis Gee
Best and Fairest: Ezekiel Ivey
Best Forward: Phillip Koppens
Best Back: Marley Helion
Most Improved: Ryley Congoo
Coaches’ Award: Dylan Cunningham
Best and Fairest: Ben Roebuck
Best Forward: Colby Thomson
Best Back: Braithan Ketchell
Most Improved: Mitchell Forrest
Coaches’ Award: Jack Lodge
Player’s Player: Jordeas Aruba
Player of the Finals: Cameron Nelson
Player of the Year/Perpetual Trophies
Junior Player of the Year: Alex Greenwood
Player of the Year: Jason Hallie
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