2019 Ken Stephen Medal

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  1. rhugh89

    rhugh89 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus Staff Member Admin

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    Connor Watson has been nominated for the 2019 Ken Stephen Medal

    Vote Here: https://www.nrl.com/community/awards/ken-stephen-medal/

    2019 Ken Stephen Medal Nominees

    Andrew McCullough – Brisbane Broncos
    Sia Soliola – Canberra Raiders
    Adam Elliott – Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
    Josh Dugan – Cronulla Sharks
    Michael Gordon – Gold Coast Titans
    Joel Thompson – Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
    Josh Addo-Carr – Melbourne Storm
    Connor Watson – Newcastle Knights
    Gavin Cooper – North Queensland Cowboys
    Nathan Brown – Parramatta Eels
    Frank Winterstein – Penrith Panthers
    Corey Norman – St George-Illawarra Dragons
    James Tedesco – Sydney Roosters
    Agnatius Paasi – New Zealand Warriors
    Josh Aloiai – Wests Tigers
     
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    member 2299 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    Some great nominees roughie. Trust all forum members will read what these players are doing and vote accordingly.

    Despite the carry on here when we get beat, footie is only a small part of life.
     
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    Wobbles Leo Dynevor

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    Pretty impressive bunch of ambassadors for the game doing some amazing work in the community.

    As a supporter obviously the biggest wish is to win premierships, but seeing the positive impacts which can be made in the broader community puts the tough times into perspective.

    Well done, Connor, you get my vote!
     
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    Still_Nutty Darius Boyd

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    As is typical of today's media that this doesn't even rate a blip in the news cycle and as is generally the case, these guys don't go out of their way to highlight the good work they do...I still recall how much I thought of Hodko when he escorted Hannah Rye to her formal that the school students organised to occur earlier in the year so she could attend and he never sought the media attention that the story ended up getting.

    They and all the others that do this community based work deserve a lot more accolades than they receive
     
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