The Cobar Senior Rugby League Club recognised its best of the season at the club’s 2015 presentation night at the Cobar Bowling & Golf Club on Saturday night.
Club president John Claus said while teams this year had not achieved the success they had originally hoped for, he said the introduction of the Ladies League Tag Roosterettes team this season had been a huge boost to the club.
“They were awesome,” Claus said.
The first awards presented on the night were the coaches awards with Gina Martin collecting the award for League Tag, Blade Hall for Under 18s, Matt Shepherd for Reserves and Will Josephson in First Grade.
The 2015 Players’ Players were: League Tag—Rachel Garland, Under 18s—Callum Worth, Reserves—Brad Dunne, and First Grade—Ethan Black.
League Tag’s Most Consistent Player was Natalie Barnes while the League’s Best Forwards were Nick Mines (U/18s), Mark Aumua (Reserves) and Luke Moody (Firsts).
Perpetual awards went to:
Ethan Black (Daryle Bannister Memorial Trophy for Rookie of the Year); Wade Potter (Norm Armstrong Memorial Shield for Most Consistent Back); Ben Simon (Most Consistent Forward); Sam Macleavy (Most Improved Footballer); Reece Williams (Player with the Most Potential); Damien Pumpa (Barry Fox Memorial Trophy for Most Dedicated Player).
Wade Potter scored the Most Tries of the season (10 tries from 14 games played) and was also the Highest Pointscorer for 2015 with a season tally of 78 points from 14 games with 10 tries and 19 goals.
The club’s Most Consistent Footballer was Lisa Travis.
The Robb Gilligan Memorial Junior Clubman of the Year award was presented to Blade Hall while the Tom Knight Memorial Clubman of the Year was Mark Aumua.
The season’s Best & Fairest players in each grade were: League Tag—Naomi Whitehurst; Under 18s—Reece Williams; Reserve Grade—Mark Aumua; and First Grade—Ngamanu Winitana.
The Cobar Roosters Best & Fairest of the Year Eric Martin Memorial Shield this year was shared by Naomi Whitehurst and Wade Potter.