Atherton Roosters acknowledge their best

The Atherton Roosters held their awards night on October 12 where they celebrated their best and brightest for the 2019 season.

Players and volunteers from their first grade, reserve grade, Under 18 and women’s teams were all acknowledged for their contributions during the season.

The Atherton Roosters have been in the news lately as the winners of the Queensland Rugby League’ Community Club of the Year award.

Atherton Roosters award winners

HIT 97.9 Tablelands First Grade

All Wheel Drive Centre Player of the Year – Graham Clark Jnr

Best Forward – James Coyle

Best Back - Jermaine Pedro

Most Consistent – Nigel Woodleigh

Most Improved – Nathan Curcio

Player of the Year Graham Clark Jnr. Photo: supplied
Player of the Year Graham Clark Jnr. Photo: supplied

Daniel Payne Blocklaying Reserve Grade

Best and Fairest – Darren Ball

Best Forward – James Pedro

Best Back – Darcy Lacey

Most Consistent – Brayden Stanford

Most Improved – Brodie Gillespie

Spar Malanda Under 18

Best and Fairest – Justin Bevan

Best Forward – Ben Whybird

Best Back – Darcy Gillespie

Most Consistent – Ryley Stremouchiw

Most Improved – Vernon Murgha

Annie’s Barber Shop Ladies NRL Touch League

Best and Fairest – Kaydee Chatfield

Most Consistent – Sharee Andrews

Most Improved – Arika Butler

First grade best back Jermaine Pedro. Photo: supplied
First grade best back Jermaine Pedro. Photo: supplied

Club Awards

Clubman of the Year – Mal Gillespie

Rising Star – Kyle Wyatt

Rookie of the Year – Keifhar Rosas

Highest Try Scorer(premiership games) – Ned Blackman                

Main image: Rod Griffin and Clubman of the Year Mal Gillespie