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Bella the best from Mackay Cutters

A captain’s effort from Ross Bella this season was rewarded with player of the year honours at the recent Mackay Cutters awards event.

Bella, who recently re-signed with the club, took home the Col Grosskreutz Medal, named after local rugby league identity who had a long and decorated involvement in the game in Mackay as a player and a coach.

The Hastings Deering Colts team did the club proud in season 2021 by making the finals, with their halfback Henri Stocks taking the honours as the team’s player of the year.

A huge supporter of female football in North Queensland in particular, Harvey Norman Under 19 coach Marco Peters took home the club person of the year award.

Marco Peters with club chairman Steven Dowden. Photo: Mackay Cutters
Marco Peters with club chairman Steven Dowden. Photo: Mackay Cutters

The Intrust Super Cup and Hastings Deering Colts were both sponsored by Carroll CHPP Consultancy.

Mackay Cutters 2021 award winners

Intrust Super Cup player of the year (Col Grosskreutz Medal): Ross Bella

Hastings Deering Colts player of the year: Henri Stocks

Intrust Super Cup players’ player: Matiu Stone-Dunn

Hastings Deering Colts players’ player: Flynn Camilleri 

Intrust Super Cup rookie of the year: Josh Smith

Club person of the year: Marco Peters

*award winners submitted by clubs

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