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Stuckey named the pick of the Pride

The Northern Pride recently acknowledged their high achievers from the 2021 season, naming their players of the year for the QRL statewide competitions.

Players in the Intrust Super, Hastings Deering Colts, Harvey Norman Under 18, Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup and Cyril Connell Challenge were acknowledged for their performances.

Following an outstanding year on the field, Josh Stuckey claimed three main awards, including player of the year, and his great work has reportedly piqued the interest of a Sydney-based NRL club.

Hailing from Queanbeyan, Stuckey played with the Blues as well as for Canberra Raiders in the under 20 competition before moving up north at the start of the 2020 season to join with Pride.

The experienced Jayden Hodges was named best forward, while Jayden Corrigan - who is currently training with the Warriors NRL squad - was judged best back.

'I got an opportunity and took it with both hands' - Stuckey

Northern Pride 2021 winners

Intrust Super Cup

Player of the year: Josh Stuckey
Best back: Jayden Corrigan
Best forward: Jayden Hodges
Most improved: Taulata Fakalelu and Evan Child
Rookie of the year: Kenneth Fonoti
Players’ player: Josh Stuckey
Members player of the year: Josh Stuckey

Hastings Deering Colts

Player of the year: Adam Hepworth
Players’ player: Taniela Ta’ufo’ou
Best forward: Colt Salmond
Best back: Robert Derby
Most improved: Ezra Tokarahi

Harvey Norman Under 19 girls

Most improved: Shantelle Ale
Players’ player: Jarketta Smith
Best and fairest: Brooke Tongalea

Auswide Bank Mal Meninga Cup

Most improved: Tuvaka Palu
Players’ player: Kyle Riehl
Best and fairest: Hamish Davies

Cyril Connell Challenge

Most improved: Jason Hallie
Players’ player: Cameron Nelson
Best and fairest: Cameron Nelson

'It's been a bit of a journey so far' - Corrigan

Other Intrust Super Cup club award winners

'Complete package' Chudleigh claims Townsville's top award
Hunters hand out season award to close a season away
Siolo caps Sunshine Coast move with top award
Mam the man for Souths Logan Magpies
Bella the best from Mackay Cutters
Ahearn completes three-peat for Norths Devils
Jets skipper tops the leader board for sixth time
Triple treat for Samuel at Tigers awards
Timm charges to the top for the Dolphins
Sauiluma and Gray claim Burleigh's top awards
Berrell adds to his haul at Wynnum Manly awards
Hubner’s haul at Capras awards