BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 16: Payne Haas of the Broncos in action during the round 22 NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and the Penrith Panthers at Suncorp Stadium on August 16, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

The 2019 NRL regular season is over and clubs have begun handing out their annual end of season awards.

Click here to see the awards for the 2018 season here!
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Brisbane Broncos

Payne Haas has continued one of the most sensational years by a teenage player in NRL history after being named the Paul Morgan Medal winner.

Haas, still just 19 years of age, was named the winner of the medal as the Broncos’ Player of the Year tonight.

Paul ‘Porky’ Morgan Medal (NRL Player of the Year)
Payne Haas

XXXX Men’s Fan Player
Payne Haas

Wally Lewis Award (Play of the Year)
Jake Turpin (v Sharks R16)

Gary Balkin Award (Players’ Player)
Payne Haas

Shane Webcke Award (Best Forward)
Matt Lodge

Allan Langer Award (Best Back)
Kotoni Staggs

Kevin Walters Award (Most Consistent)
Alex Glenn

Cyril Connell Award (Rookie of the Year)
Thomas Flegler & Patty Carrigan

XXXX Women’s Fan Player
Amber Pilley

NRLW Best Back
Ali Brigginshaw

NRLW Best Forward
Millie Boyle

NRLW Players’ Player
Rona Peters

NRLW Player of the Year
Ali Brigginshaw

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19 COMMENTS

  1. You have to laugh

    Manly awards list showing a picture of a Manly player at Ammi Park Melbourne.

    Whats wrong with some picture taken at Brookie – there must be one somewhere

  2. With 10 players and Phil Gould departing the Chocolate Soldiers pink panther pussycat club.

    Souths will be out to poach the doorman who opens Penrith’s transit lounge exit doors.

    Souths are always on the hunt for a great doorman to show 15 Duds the footpath out of Redfern Oval Goat teack.

    If Souths had a club to show off their one Ron Coote Cup trophy cabinet they would probably poach two Penrith transit lounge exit doorman. But alas, Souths Leagues club is non existent.

  3. Yes our Poms are good and much better than South Sydney’s three pommy’s but only half as good as the all time great Pom Adrian Morley.

  4. Regret Of The Year

    Goes for the 4th year straight to Roger Tuivasa-Shreck, for walking out on semis, grand finals, premierships and World Club Champion trophies after leaving the Sydney Roosters for the almost as pathetically poor side as Souths over at the Warriors for large sums of cash.

    Money is not everything to some players but for Rodger it is everything and the only thing that matters.

    Congratulations for having a thick wallet and a poor footballers life.

  5. Woody/Chookstir/William/Frank/Ralph/DonWest/whoever, you have done it again. You have so eloquently turned this article into a Souths bashing once again. You never cease to amaze me with you sense of humour, your turn of phrase and you knowledge of all things Rugby League. Every reader must be glued to this site awaiting your comments on every article posted. You really have the knack of making people come together to read your comments. You poor thing.

  6. I had a little bit of fun with Souths but dont include my name with those others Chalky.

    I’m only new on this site and flew in last week from Alpha Centauri on the Jupiter 2. After I heard Dr Smith got off a slap charge.

  7. Don West pilot of the Jupiter 2, Dr (cam) Smith will be upset that Cooper Cronk has been given life membership at The Sydney Roosters for steering the Sydney Earthlings to two consecutive orwmierships. That is the highest honor which puts him into the Arthur Beetson, Brad Fittler, Anthony Minichelo and Luke Ricketson category of elite leaders of oyr proud heritage club.

    Has Souths got any life members??? If they do they have not got a club to be a life member of. 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

  8. Has anyone else heard the good news? Sam Burgess is going to be forced into retirement hahahahahahaha

    Souths bottom 4 in 2020

  9. Cooper Cronk was given life membership at the Sydney Roosters. Now thats what I call a big Thank you from Nick Politis and every Roosters fan. Cronk will be an immortal in the not to distant future.