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Triple treat for Samuel at Tigers awards

Prop William Samuel completed his 2021 season in style, winning the three most honourable awards at the Brisbane Tigers players awards evening on Thursday.

Samuel not only claimed the best and fairest award for the club, but was also named players’ player. The hard-working forward also took home the club’s prestigious Jack Loth Medal.

The medal is the club’s most prestigious award and takes into consideration a player's playing ability, dedication, will to win, conduct and integrity.

William Samuel was a big winner at awards night for Brisbane Tigers. Photo: Margaret Keates Photography
William Samuel was a big winner at awards night for Brisbane Tigers. Photo: Margaret Keates Photography

Brisbane Tigers 2021 award winners

Intrust Super Cup

Patron’s Best and Fairest: William Samuel
Jack Loth Medal: William Samuel
Players’ player: William Samuel
Rookie of the Year: Haele Finau
Most Improved: Oliver Pascoe
Past players and officials best back: Darren Nicholls
Past players and officials best forward: Mitch Frei

Hastings Deering Colts

Len Conroy Best and Fairest: Haele Finau
Players’ Player: Joshua Colls
Most Improved: Jude Saldanha
Best back: Jonah Glover
Best forward: Simon Pratt

Some of the winners at the Brisbane Tigers awards night. Photo: Margaret Keates Photography
Some of the winners at the Brisbane Tigers awards night. Photo: Margaret Keates Photography

Club awards

Life membership - Juniors: Damien Pratt
Life Membership - Seniors: John Eales
Club Person of the Year: Kevin Ryan

Mark Fyfe Junior Representative Trophy (for the player most likely to succeed in senior football)
Easts Juniors: Jackson Poloai
Carina JRLFC: Harry Spragg
Springwood JRLFC: Latrell Penese

*Award winners submitted by clubs

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