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    2021 award winners.

    Under 16s Player of the Year: Will Roberts.

    Under 17s Player of the Year: McKenzie Buckley.

    Under 19s Player of the Year: Lewis Baxter.

    Women’s Player of the Year: Jodie Cunningham.

    Young Player of the Year: Lewis Dodd.

    Members’ Player of the Year: Alex Walmsley.

    Try of the Year: Mark Percival (vs Warrington).

    Players’ Player of the Year: Jack Welsby.

    Chairman’s Award: St Helens Women’s Team.

    Player of the Year: Jack Welsby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rommel View Post
    2021 award winners.

    Under 16s Player of the Year: Will Roberts.

    Under 17s Player of the Year: McKenzie Buckley.

    Under 19s Player of the Year: Lewis Baxter.

    Women’s Player of the Year: Jodie Cunningham.

    Young Player of the Year: Lewis Dodd.

    Members’ Player of the Year: Alex Walmsley.

    Try of the Year: Mark Percival (vs Warrington).

    Players’ Player of the Year: Jack Welsby.

    Chairman’s Award: St Helens Women’s Team.

    Player of the Year: Jack Welsby.
    Just shows how highly rated Welsby is, by both staff and players.
    Wonder if he'd win a fans' vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kakariki View Post
    Just shows how highly rated Welsby is, by both staff and players.
    Wonder if he'd win a fans' vote.
    I presume the members award was voted for by members/season ticket holders and Walmsley won that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kakariki View Post
    Just shows how highly rated Welsby is, by both staff and players.
    Wonder if he'd win a fans' vote.
    Hasn’t the fans’ vote gone to Walmsley? I’m assuming that the Members are accepted as being representative of the fans. Both Welsby and Walmsley deserve the accolades but I like the way the team operates as a unit and how they work for each other.

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    It's good to see Lewis Baxter getting some recongition for the 19's. Good young prop with bags of potential, great footwork for a big lad and decent hands too. We may see him start to get a game or two in the rotation fixtures next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kakariki View Post
    Just shows how highly rated Welsby is, by both staff and players.
    Wonder if he'd win a fans' vote.
    Well I voted for him.

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    It all gets confusing as to who is the "real" Player of the Year with three different awards. However, I think Alex Walmsley looked inhibited by fitness issues in the first half of the season and am not sure he was really our Player of the Year. For me, it was Jack Welsby by a good distance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DD View Post
    It all gets confusing as to who is the "real" Player of the Year with three different awards. However, I think Alex Walmsley looked inhibited by fitness issues in the first half of the season and am not sure he was really our Player of the Year. For me, it was Jack Welsby by a good distance.
    I've always seen the order as Coaches, Players, Members. But you could easily argue Coaches and players changing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DD View Post
    It all gets confusing as to who is the "real" Player of the Year with three different awards. However, I think Alex Walmsley looked inhibited by fitness issues in the first half of the season and am not sure he was really our Player of the Year. For me, it was Jack Welsby by a good distance.
    Whilst he missed a chunk of the season, I'd have gone Knowles myself. The difference in us on both sides of the ball with and without him in the 17 is scary

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    [QUOTE=Rommel;836244]2021 award winners.


    Try of the Year: Mark Percival (vs Warrington).


    Agreed, but there should be some sort of award for Dodd, picking Fat Ollie's pocket on his own try line!

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