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    Matty Lees has won Young Player of the Year. Holbrook has won coach of the year.

    Massive congratulations to them both.
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    There’s some hilarious fuming from the Salford fans on Twitter over Holbrook getting coach of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dux View Post
    There’s some hilarious fuming from the Salford fans on Twitter over Holbrook getting coach of the year.
    I’d have had no complaints if Watson had won but to say he was robbed by a coach who finished 16 points clear, got to two finals playing entertaining rugby and with a record of only three league losses is laughable.
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    Watched it on the Our League app. Very well put together, really enjoyed it...well done to Justin and Matty

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    Congratulations to all.

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    Not sure how any one could argue with either of those to be honest.

    Well done Matty and Justin!

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    Both very well deserved

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    Very slick production, watched it on YouTube, with less than 200 others (presume ourLeague is separate)

    Can't argue with the winners really, as much as I don't agree with the system Hastings is a worthy winner even under a simple journalists pick like back in the day, thought they maybe could have included a player's player of the year too, with each player picking one player (else people would say "they'd have been MOS last year)

    Interesting concept allowing fans in, but don't think it was necessary, the Salford fans singing Ian Watson songs when Holbrook received his award was embarrassing really, no matter what their thoughts

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    The thing that impressed me was how well people spoke about the game and how passionate they are about RL.The only exception to this was the three clowns from Sky.it was like a comedy act.I was very impressed with JJB and that surprised me and Benny Westwood came across well.Jackson Hastings was excellent and a worthy winner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulscnthorpe View Post
    Very slick production, watched it on YouTube, with less than 200 others (presume ourLeague is separate)

    Can't argue with the winners really, as much as I don't agree with the system Hastings is a worthy winner even under a simple journalists pick like back in the day, thought they maybe could have included a player's player of the year too, with each player picking one player (else people would say "they'd have been MOS last year)

    Interesting concept allowing fans in, but don't think it was necessary, the Salford fans singing Ian Watson songs when Holbrook received his award was embarrassing really, no matter what their thoughts

    Having it at the Lowry meant there were more Salford “fans” there than turn up to the AJBell most weeks....
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulscnthorpe View Post
    Very slick production, watched it on YouTube, with less than 200 others (presume ourLeague is separate)

    Can't argue with the winners really, as much as I don't agree with the system Hastings is a worthy winner even under a simple journalists pick like back in the day, thought they maybe could have included a player's player of the year too, with each player picking one player (else people would say "they'd have been MOS last year)

    Interesting concept allowing fans in, but don't think it was necessary, the Salford fans singing Ian Watson songs when Holbrook received his award was embarrassing really, no matter what their thoughts
    ffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saint mac View Post
    The thing that impressed me was how well people spoke about the game and how passionate they are about RL.The only exception to this was the three clowns from Sky.it was like a comedy act.I was very impressed with JJB and that surprised me and Benny Westwood came across well.Jackson Hastings was excellent and a worthy winner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saint mac View Post
    The thing that impressed me was how well people spoke about the game and how passionate they are about RL.The only exception to this was the three clowns from Sky.it was like a comedy act.I was very impressed with JJB and that surprised me and Benny Westwood came across well.Jackson Hastings was excellent and a worthy winner.
    Got a lot of time for JJB comes accross very well as a pundit

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    Quote Originally Posted by mufcsaint View Post
    Got a lot of time for JJB comes accross very well as a pundit
    I think he comes across well as a guy. I was reading a while ago about how much work he does for the community, outside of his Leeds commitments,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Dave View Post
    ffs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dux View Post
    There’s some hilarious fuming from the Salford fans on Twitter over Holbrook getting coach of the year.
    I went. It was ok for first attempt (with fans). Re Salford fans. More there than at a home game (apart from last home game). Very vocal and at times disrespectful when coach of year was playing video making it obvious it was going to be Justin. Also the odd random shout from a gobby Salford fan.
    My wife took the only flag (Saints) there which got a lot of attention..
    Elstone got an almost silent reception when he took the stage. Phil Clarke from Sky was roundly booed ever time he was introduced or talked.
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    To be fair on the Salford forum they are having a go at the booing aimed at Holbrook from their drunken fans. They just hope some of their fans behave better on Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zippy View Post
    To be fair on the Salford forum they are having a go at the booing aimed at Holbrook from their drunken fans. They just hope some of their fans behave better on Saturday.
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    Very happy for Lees; though I don't think people realised how serious his injury was. He looks to have lost a lot of weight and muscle mass. Really hope he can get back to full fitness and into the team, ASAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Yellow Giraffe View Post
    Matty Lees has won Young Player of the Year. Holbrook has won coach of the year.

    Massive congratulations to them both.
    I wasn't expecting Lees to get it but really happy for the lad. I don't think he could have put anything more into his game, 100% effort everytime he played. Great that he won it despite missing a few games with an horrendous injury. I hope this is some sort of a consolation to him for missing the GF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberon Sexton View Post
    Very happy for Lees; though I don't think people realised how serious his injury was. He looks to have lost a lot of weight and muscle mass. Really hope he can get back to full fitness and into the team, ASAP.
    Hardly surprising, it sounded a bloody awful injury and I can't imagine it's been too comfortable to even eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberon Sexton View Post
    Very happy for Lees; though I don't think people realised how serious his injury was. He looks to have lost a lot of weight and muscle mass. Really hope he can get back to full fitness and into the team, ASAP.
    He said a couple of weeks ago that he is not allowed to think about training for at least another 6 weeks from now but hopes to be able to have a full pre-season. He also said, laughingly, that he might have to think about not passing the ball in future! Fingers crossed for the lad.

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    Lee's is one of the crew that Saints will be build a team around for the next 10 years , for a youngster at least 8 years from hitting his "peak" he is outstanding , let's all just hope and backing that firstly he fully recovers to lead a normal life , and secondly = well you know the rest.
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    Great news for all. Let's top it off on Saturday night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zippy View Post
    To be fair on the Salford forum they are having a go at the booing aimed at Holbrook from their drunken fans. They just hope some of their fans behave better on Saturday.
    It just sounded so small town, and took away from JH, I thought they were lucky it was JH.. I think the likes of Radford or Wane in previous years would have just walked up..

    In the end JH had to justify his award which was a shame..

    Why would you go to an awards and boo someone like that.. I remember when Andy Farrell retired and got a rousing round of applause at Knowsley Road, that's respect

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