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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 2017 team, 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 30 at Royal International Convention Centre.

Hunters' flyer Justin Olam received a groundswell of support to win last year’s award. Olam has again been nominated this year, but this time he will be representing his new club the Sunshine Coast Falcons.

Fans who register their vote will go into the random draw to win a XXXX Prize Pack valued at $500. * Must be over 18 to be eligible for this prize.

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MATT WHITE
Burleigh Bears

At 188cm and 114kg, Matt White is one of the most feared ball carriers in the Intrust Super Cup. A former NRL prop with three different clubs, White still packs plenty of punch in the middle and is a valuable mentor to Burleigh’s next generation of talent.

KRYS FREEMAN
Central Queensland Capras

The son of Kiwi Test great Gary Freeman is rapidly forging a reputation as one of the Intrust Super Cup’s most consistent players. Always a potent threat from dummy-half, Freeman has been one of the Capras’ best in a challenging year.

BILLY WALTERS
Easts Tigers

The XXXX Queensland Residents playmaker has been in scintillating touch for the Tigers this year. Possessing all the tricks of the trade, Walters could hold the key to the Tigers’ prospects of winning a maiden Intrust Super Cup title.

WES CONLON
Ipswich Jets

Dubbed “Deadly Wesley” by his teammates, the supremely gifted Conlon is one of the most unpredictable players in the competition. His ability to sniff out a try from anywhere on the field makes him a crowd favourite at the North Ipswich Reserve.

ANDREW DAVEY
Mackay Cutters

The Cutters co-captain has been instrumental in the Cutters’ rise from the wooden-spoon in 2016 to finals contender this year. Possessing a powerful motor and strong work ethic, the rangy second-rower is a dream to coach.
GRAHAM CLARK
Northern Pride

The Innisfail-born second-rower has been a shining light throughout a challenging year for the Pride. Strong in both attack and defence, the former Bulldog has been a cornerstone of the Pride forward pack.

DELOUISE HOETER
Norths Devils

The Norths Devils powerhouse announced himself on the big stage when he scored two crucial tries in Queensland’s win over NSW in the annual Residents clash. Equally home at wing, fullback or centre, Hoeter has carried his strong representative form into the remainder of the club season.

ASE BOAS
PNG Hunters

A points scoring whiz, the talented five-eighth is leading from the front as the Hunters press for a maiden Intrust Super Cup grand final appearance. With the ability to kick goals from any part of the field, Boas could just be the man who strikes the winning blow for the Hunters.

THOMPSON TETEH
Redcliffe Dolphins

The big centre first made his mark on the Intrust Super Cup scene as a crowd favourite with the PNG Hunters. But after a string of impressive performances for Redcliffe, Teteh has now won over a legion of new fans on the Peninsula.
JAMAYNE ISAAKO
Souths Logan Magpies

The Junior Kiwi star has added plenty of class to the Magpies backline, with his stunning footwork a feature of his play this year. Hard to handle with the ball in hand, watch for the Broncos-contracted young gun to lead the Magpies’ premiership charge.

JUSTIN OLAM
Sunshine Coast Falcons

A dynamic centre, Olam is now one of several PNG-born players lighting up the Intrust Super Cup. The former Hunters star is always a handful for opposition defensive lines and looms as a major strike weapon for the Falcons in this year’s semi-finals. 

CARLIN ANDERSON
Townsville Blackhawks

The 2015 Ipswich Jets premiership-winner has made every post a winner since joining the Blackhawks this year. With his electric speed off the mark, Anderson has been peeling off tries at will this year.

BEN NAKUBUWAI
Tweed Heads Seagulls

Dubbed the next Petero Civoncieva, the Fijian-born front-rower has impressed in his first stint in the Intrust Super Cup. His 108kg frame has been put to good use by the Seagulls, who have been most impressed with his contribution.

PETER GUBB
Wynnum Manly Seagulls

The big winger plays as an extra forward for the Seagulls, with his powerful surges through the middle a feature of the Seagulls’ game. Never turns in a bad performance for his beloved Gulls, whose fans find their voice every time touches the ball.


Previous winners...
2016: Justin Olam - PNG Hunters 
2015: Wartovo Puara - PNG Hunters
2014: Willie Minoga - PNG Hunters
2013: Herzon Murgha - Northern Pride

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 27 at 8pm.