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XXXX People's Choice Award


Voting on this year’s XXXX People’s Choice Award is officially open for fans of the Intrust Super Cup.

Get involved and REGISTER YOUR VOTE NOW AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE!

The 14 clubs have each nominated a key player from their 2016 squad, with the focus now shifting to the competition’s passionate fans to select their favourite.

The player with the most votes will be announced as the XXXX People’s Choice recipient at the annual QRL Awards Dinner on August 31 at Royal International Convention Centre.

Hunters' dynamo Wartovo Puara received a groundswell of support to win last year’s award.

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LUKE PAGE
Burleigh Bears

Former winner and rampaging front-rower with NRL and international experience, Page has again shown his class this year.

REECE BAKER
Central QLD Capras

Fullback Reece Baker has delivered a series of eye-catching performances in a troubled season for the Capras.

MATT PITMAN
Easts Tigers

A strong-running prop, Pitman has stood out as the Tigers’ enforcer among a classy pack this year.

NEMANI VALEKAPA
Ipswich Jets

The Fijian flyer has again been a line-break machine for the Jets this year, despite their faltering season.

JOSH CHUDLEIGH
Mackay Cutters

The competition’s 2015 hooker of the year, the NRL has come knocking for this consistent performer.
JACK SVENDSEN
Northern Pride

Tough-as-nails forward Svendsen has impressed with his hard-running, direct style this season.

BILLY BRITTAIN
Norths Devils

Devils captain Brittain has led his team admirably in 2016 - a major factor in his team’s improved season.

JUSTIN OLAM
PNG Hunters

Olam’s freakish try-scoring ability and lightning speed has seen him sign for the Storm for 2017.

ANTHONY CHERRINGTON
Redcliffe Dolphins

Man-mountain Cherrington has shrugged off a history of injuries to lead a fearsome Dolphins pack in 2016.
HERMAN ESE'ESE
Souths Logan Magpies

Size, skills and footwork - Ese’ese’s breakout season has seen the rampaging prop eyeing higher honours.

JACOB SAMOA
Sunshine Coast Falcons

A trimmed-down Samoa has taken his game to the next level, helping turn the Falcons into a finals contender in 2016. 

ANTHONY MITCHELL
Townsville Blackhawks

Former Cowboys rake Mitchell has been Mr Dependable for the Blackhawks, and will be crucial to another finals run.

SAM MESKELL
Tweed Heads Seagulls

Titans product Meskell was rewarded with the co-captaincy this year, and has repaid the honour with a standout season.

DANIEL OGDEN
Wynnum Manly Seagulls

After doing a job on the wing this year, Ogden returned to the back to make the No.1 jersey his own at Wynnum.


Fill in the following form to submit your VOTE!
Multiple entries submitted by the same person will not be accepted and a valid email address is required. Voting closes on Sunday, August 28 at 8pm.