Skipper leads the way for the Ipswich Jets

Ipswich Jets skipper Nat Neale maintained his stranglehold on the title of best and fairest for the Ipswich Jets; taking home the Allan Langer Medal for the second year running.

It was also his fifth time overall taking out the club’s top playing award for the Intrust Super Cup.

Neale was also a leading contender for this year’ Petero Civoniceva Medal, an honour he claimed last year.

The Jets held their awards night on Friday, October 11 to celebrate the performances of the Intrust Super Cup and Hastings Deering Colts sides.

Retiring player Josh Seage was also acknowledged on the night. 

Their Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup awards were held earlier in the year.

Ipswich Jets award winners season 2019

Intrust Super Cup award winners

Best back – Rogan  “Guns” Dean
Best forward – Ben  Shea
Rookie of the year – Blake Lenehan
Coaches' most valuable player – Ben  White
Walters Family Medal: Players' Player – Kierran  Moseley
Allan Langer Medal for Best and Fairest – Nathaniel  Neale

 

Hastings Deering Colts award winners

Best back – Josh  McCarroll
Best forward – Sione Foueti
Coach's most valuable player – Wilson  Malaesilia
Players' Player – Tyler Coburn
Jaydon Adams Rookie of the Year – Josh Henderson

Retiring Ipswich Jets player Josh Seage with Shane Walker and Ben Walker. Photo: supplied
Retiring Ipswich Jets player Josh Seage with Shane Walker and Ben Walker. Photo: supplied

Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup award winners

Best back : Elone Taufa

Best forward : Jack Martin

Players' player : Sam Walker

Coach's award : Riley Morris