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Rabbitohs Holden Cup forward Cheyne Whitelaw has won the Rabbitohs’ NYC Best and Fairest Award, for the 2014 season.

Whitelaw enjoyed a dominant 2014 season playing predominantly at the back of the Rabbitohs’ scrum, and topping not only his team but the competition in many key statistics.

In his 25 appearances in season 2014, Whitelaw made 392 runs for a total of 3242 metres – the highest in the team by 607 metres (an average of 130 per game) – while also topping the side in tackles, with 1113 to his name, seven of which were try-savers.

He also was not afraid to score points, touching down for eight tries during the course of the season, many of which displayed his power by barging over from close-range.

The NYC Best and Fairest award was presented to Cheyne at the Red and Green Ball by Rabbitohs NYC Coach, Ben Gardiner.

Congratulations to Cheyne on winning the NYC Player of the Year Award for season 2013.


Previous Winners:

2008 – Trent Trotter

2009 – Jason Clark

2010 – Matt Mundine

2011 – Kyle Turner

2012 – Luke Keary

2013 – Cameron McInnes


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Issac Luke Best Hit

Jack Gosiewski takes NYC Players’ Player

Sam Burgess Named the Roy Asotasi Members’ Choice Player of the Year, Proudly Presented by Tooheys New

Sam Burgess Collects The Burrow Appreciation Award for 2014

Alex Johnston Wins the John Sattler Rookie of the Year Award for Season 2014

Sam Burgess Wins the Bob McCarthy Clubman of the Year Award for 2014

Sam Burgess Wins the Jack Rayner Players’ Player Award for Season 2014

Sam Burgess Named George Piggins Medallist for Best & Fairest

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