Junior League presentations 2019
Guyra Junior Rugby League (GJRL) held their annual presentations on August 31st wrapping up another successful year.
GJRL President Gina Lockyer said that it had been a year of growth for the club with 130 players registered, up more than 50 on last year.
Major awards went to Alysha Clark who was named Club Person of the Year, with Cody Ford winning the Homegrown Spud award and Oakley Brazier the Homegrown Spudette.
The Brazier family trophy was presented by Harrison, Angus, Thomas and Hugo alongside grandmother Elva. The award this year went to Mavric Foster with Sam Surawski winning the Andrew James Bull award.
Coaches’ award - Rave Brazier and Tommy Ryan, Most improved - Riley Melmoth, Best forward, Players’ player -and Best and fairest - Cooper Wilson, Best back - Ryan Williams
Senior league tag
Most improved - Claire Davidson, Highest point scorer - Rhylee Adams, Coaches award - Phoebe Kennedy, Commitment award - Selina Surawski, Best and fairest - Tayla Mitchell
‘Tough as Nails’ award - Gwenisha Landsborough, Most improved - James Grills, Coaches’ award - Jamerikai Patterson, Best newcomer - Tyler Cameron, Players’ player - Nayte Foster
Junior league tag
Most improved - Sophie Bezzant and Kayden Mulligan, Coaches’ award - Peyton Heagney, Best and fairest - Bree Wilson
Bill Williams Players’ player - Tahmani Landsborough, Best and fairest - Tahmani Landsborough
Intermediate league tag
Encouragement award - Myah Wilson, Most improved - Kate Ward, Coaches’ award - Lai-Lei Levy, Most consistent - Sophie Mitchell, Best and fairest - Akashia Brazier