Titans winger Anthony Don wins Paul Broughton Medal

For the first time ever, a winger has been named the Titans’ player of the season.

Anthony Don won the prestigious Paul Broughton Medal at the club’s annual awards night at QT hotel last night, the first winger to receive the award in the club’s 11-year history.


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The award caps off a stellar season for Don who earned his first Country Origin jersey and also topped the try-scorer list for the club, with 12 four-pointers in his 20 appearances.

Don finished two points clear of hooker Nathan Peats to take home the coveted medal, polling 49 votes ahead of Peats’ 47.

However Peats did not leave empty handed, winning the Coaches’ Award.

Konrad Hurrell took home two awards – the Members ‘Most Valuable Player’ and ‘The Preston’ Community Award.

Forward Morgan Boyle was named ‘Rookie of the Year’, while Second Rower Joe Greenwood won the ‘Try of the Year’ award for a Round 2 try scored against the Newcastle Knights.

Here is the full list of award winners:
Paul Broughton Medal – Anthony Don
Coaches’ Award – Nathan Peats
Rookie of the Year – Morgan Boyle
Try of the Year – Joe Greenwood
Members ‘Most Valuable Player’ – Konrad Hurrell
‘The Preston’ Community Award – Konrad Hurrell
NYC ‘Player of the Year’ – Alexander Brimson & Moeaki Fotuaika
NYC ‘True Titan’ – Rory Lillis

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