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Blumers Lawyers CRRL Cup First Grade

Mitchel Souter, Jordan Williams and Brayden Robertson have claimed the First Grade Best and Fairest Award after a three-way tie. Souter (Raiders U20’s), Williams (Raiders Under 20’s) and Robertson (Woden Valley Rams) have all had excellent seasons, with Robertson gaining three points in his round nine clash to finish in equal first.

Final Tally

Mitchel SOUTER Raiders Under 20’s 8

Jordan WILLIAMS Raiders Under 20’s 8

Brayden ROBERTSON Woden Valley Rams 8

Silafono TITIUTI Raiders Under 20’s 6

Blumers Lawyers CRRL Cup Reserve Grade

Jonathan Ierome Mose has claimed the Best and Fairest award for the Reserve Grade 2020 season. The UC Stars player has been an excellent addition to the squad this year, and has gained points in all but one match this season.

Final Tally

Jonathan IEROME MOSE UC Stars 17

Jesse TAWS Woden Valley Rams 15

Samiuela TAHOLO Queanbeyan Blues 7

Jerome MOSE UC Stars 5

Luke ELLIS Woden Valley Rams 5

Specsavers CRRL Cup Ladies League Tag

Kimberley Grant and Caitlin Turnbull are the joint winners of the CRRL Cup Ladies League Tag Best and Fairest award. Grant (Queanbeyan Blues) and Turnbull (Gungahlin Bulls) have been in great form throughout the season, with Grant recording two player of the match performances in the last two rounds.

Final Tally

Kimberley GRANT Queanbeyan Blues 9

Caitlin TURNBULL Gungahlin Bulls 9

Madeleine ORR Gungahlin Bulls 7

Tammy POVEY Woden Valley Rams 6

Specsavers Katrina Fanning Shield

Nirvana Ngan-Woo has claimed the Katrina Fanning Shield Best and Fairest Award for the 2020 season. The Bushpies prop has been very strong for her side all season, and held off a fast finishing Payge-Louise Condon to claim the award.

Final Tally

Nirvana NGAN-WOO Bushpies 11

Payge-Louise CONDON Queanbeyan Blues 10

Kasey DRAGISIC Queanbeyan Blues 8

Samantha WOOD Queanbeyan Blues 7


Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.