National Conference League award winners

Daniel Rowse has been named the 2013 Hattons Solicitors National Conference League Player of the Year.

The Lock Lane half-back was rewarded for a fine season which saw him rack up 187 points to help his side to a third-place finish in the Premier Division.

In 24 appearances Rowse was named man-of-the-match 11 times, crossed for seven tries and kicked 77 goals.

Caldon Bravo (Hunslet Warriors) picked up the Division One player award, with Adrian Mulcahy (Normanton Knights) and Anthony Burns (Kells) tasting success for Division Two and Division Three respectively.

Leigh Miners Rangers were named Media Club of the Year whilst Peterlee Pumas debut season in the NCL was recognised with them winning the Fair Play Award.

Individual award winners included Tom Grant (Referee of the Year) and Shaw Cross Sharks Bennie Richardson who picked up the Secretary of the Year gong.

This year’s awards dinner was held at the Cedar Court Hotel, Huddersfield and the full list of winners was: PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Premier Division: Daniel Rowse (Lock Lane).

Division One: Caldon Bravo (Hunslet Warriors).

Division Two: Adrian Mulcahy (Normanton Knights).

Division Three: Anthony Burns (Kells)./

TOP POINTS SCORER: Shaun Quinn (Thatto Heath Crusaders).

TOP TRY SCORER: Joe Quanici (Rochdale Mayfield).

PREMIER DIVISION: West Hull (Champions).

Wath Brow Hornets (Runners-up).

Thatto Heath Crusaders (Minor Premiers).

DIVISION ONE: East Leeds (Champions).

Hunslet Warriors (Runners-up).

DIVISION TWO: Normanton Knights (Champions).

Shaw Cross Sharks (Runners-up).

DIVISION THREE: Kells (Champions).

Pilkington Recs (Runners-up).

CONFERENCE CHALLENGE TROPHY: Leigh Miners Rangers (Champions).

Wigan St Patricks (Runners-up).

MEDIA AWARD: Leigh Miners Rangers.

REFEREE OF THE YEAR: Tom Grant (Leeds & District).

SECRETARY OF THE YEAR: Bennie Richardson (Shaw Cross Sharks).

FAIR PLAY AWARD: Peterlee Pumas.

PROGRAMME OF THE YEAR: 1st Pilkington Recs, 2nd Wigan St Judes, 3rd Skirlaugh.

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