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Brisbane Tigers forward Jordan Grant has claimed the club’s Patron’s Best and Fairest Medal for season 2022.

The 28-year-old Melbourne Storm-contracted forward claimed his first Patron’s Best and Fairest Medal at the Tigers Player Awards at Victoria Park on Tuesday.

After only playing six Hostplus Cup games in 2021 due to the NRL COVID bubble, Grant has been simply outstanding in 2022.

While not on NRL duties, the Tigers forward appeared in 12 of a possible 19 games in the regular season making each performance count.

Grant finished on 19 points, six in front of Jayden Nikorima (13) and nine in front of Tony Pellow (10) and Solomona Faataape (10).

After having won his first best and fairest award for the club, Grant was also named the Tigers Past Players and Officials Best Forward of the Year.

Papua New Guinea Kumuls international Daniel Russell claimed the Jack Loth Medal, which is the club’s most prestigious award and is awarded to the player on playing ability, dedication, will to win, conduct and integrity.

The full lists of award winners for the 2022 season are listed below.

Hostplus Cup

Patron’s Best and Fairest – Jordan Grant
Players’ Player – Jordan Grant
Rookie of the Year – Solomona Faataape
Most Improved – Haele Finau
Past Players and Officials Best Back – Jayden Nikorima
Past Players and Officials Best Forward – Jordan Grant

Hastings Deering Colts

Len Conroy Best and Fairest – Madison Beckett
Players’ Player – Madison Beckett
Most Improved – Jordan Penquitt
Best Back – Jonah Glover
Best Forward – Simon Pratt

Mark Fyfe Junior Representative Trophy 

This award is for the player most likely to succeed in senior football.

Carina Tigers – Julian Drinnan
Easts Tigers – Cameron Bukowski and Beni Allen
Easts Springwood Tigers – Lettrell Saulo
Rochedale Tigers – Jacob Horne


Club Awards

Life Membership Junior Division – Michael Besgrove
Life Membership Senior Division – Col Logan
Club Person of the Year – Kevin Ryan
Jack Loth Medal – Daniel Russell

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