Fogarty completes stunning season with club award

Burleigh Bears halfback Jamal Fogarty capped a stunning season by claiming his club's player of the year award at their end-of-season presentation.

Fogarty, who was awarded the Petero Civoniceva Medal for best and fairest in the Intrust Super Cup, came into fantastic form in the back end of the season and was a strong performer in both the Intrust Super Cup grand final and NRL State Championship.

The club also acknowledged their performers across the grades, with Harvey Norman Queensland Maroons gun Amber Pilley being awarded the South East Queensland Women's Division 1 best and fairest, while young gun Jayden Campbell was the Hastings Deering Colts major winner.

The full list of winners is below.

 

Player of the Year - Burleigh Bears weapon Jamal Fogarty 💪 #IntrustSuperCup

Posted by Intrust Super Cup on Friday, 27 September 2019

Intrust Super Cup

Rookie of the year: Api Noema-Matenga

Coach's award: Sam Coster

Players' player: Sami Sauiluma

Player of the year: Jamal Fogarty

Burleigh Bears player of the year winner Jamal Fogarty. Photo: Paul Goodman Photography
Burleigh Bears player of the year winner Jamal Fogarty. Photo: Paul Goodman Photography

South East Queensland Women's Division 1

Coach's award: Kadison-Tyra Robinson

Players player: Jasmin Kemp

Best and fairest: Amber Pilley

Hastings Deering Colts

Coach's award: Lochlyn Sheldon

Players' player: Shallin Fuller

Best and fairest: Jayden Campbell

Under 20

Coach's award: Taine Tuhaka

Players' player: Latrelle Howe

Best and fairest: Jock Sullivan

Reserve grade

Coach's award: Sam Walsh

Players' player: Zachary Cundell

Best and fairest: Samson Halatau

A Grade

Coach's award: Ben Valeni

Players' player: Reece Summer

Best forward: Jordan Scott

Best and fairest: Reece Summer

Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup

Coach's award: Loghan Lewis

Players' player: Cole Geyer

Best and fairest: Tristan Powell

Rookie of the year winner Api Noema-Matenga. Photo: Paul Goodman Photography
Rookie of the year winner Api Noema-Matenga. Photo: Paul Goodman Photography

Sportsman of the year - Lochlyn Sheldon

Most courageous - George House

Club person of the year - Mitch Sterland