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Timm charges to the top for the Dolphins

Powerful forward Lachlan Timm was rewarded for his strong season for the Redcliffe Dolphins by taking out the club’s Peter Leis Medal as the Intrust Super Cup player of the year.

This season, Timm, who played the majority of the season as a prop, but also filled in at lock on a number of occasions, made 18 appearances for his team where he scored two tries, made 470 tackles overall with a 95.5 per cent efficiency and ran for a total of 2497 metres.

Electrifying fullback Trai Fuller was the night’s other main winner in the Intrust Super Cup, taking home the Tony Obst players’ player award.

Both the Intrust Super Cup and Hastings Deering Colts side featured in the finals for the club, with the top award for the Colts going to Lingi Kepu.

Redcliffe Dolphins 2021 awards

Intrust Super Cup

Peter Leis Medal for player of the Year: Lachlan Timm

Tony Obst player’s player: Trai Fuller

Hastings Deering Colts

Best and fairest: Lingi Kepu

Best back: Sam Elara

Dick Turner award for Colt of the year (best Redcliffe junior in Colts): Kyle Barnwell

Lingu Kepu was the Hastings Deering Colts player of the year winner for the Redcliffe Dolphins. Photo: Scott Davis / QRL
Lingu Kepu was the Hastings Deering Colts player of the year winner for the Redcliffe Dolphins. Photo: Scott Davis / QRL

Club awards

Hit of the year: Daeon Amituanai (Hastings Deering Colts)

Try of the year: Tahj Wood (Hastings Deering Colts)

Des Webb award for club person of the year: Bernie Smith

Ian Pearce award for highest point scorer: Sam Thompson (Hastings Deering Colts)

*award winners submitted by clubs

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