Miss out on any of the action at the 2015 Rembrandt Red & Green Ball? We’ve got you covered with our re-cap of the Club’s annual night of nights.

From the NYC Players’ Player all the way up to the George Piggins Medal, a total of nine awards were given out to Rabbitohs players on the night after a glitzy affair on the red carpet.

Rabbitohs skipper, Greg Inglis, picked up an awards double by taking the Club’s top gong in the form of the George Piggins Medal, as well as the Jack Rayner Players’ Player award, while one Club man, Ben Lowe, was rewarded for his work with the Bob McCarthy Clubman of the Year award.

When it came to the John Sattler Rookie of the Year, energetic forward Chris Grevsmuhl was singled out for his efforts, while Bryson Goodwin was rewarded for his brilliant season on the field by being recognised as the Roy Asotasi Members’ Choice.

To round out the awards in the top grade, Jason Clark was given the Burrow Appreciation Award from the supporter group, while winger and fellow Souths Junior, Alex Johnston, won the Tooheys New Fan Player of the Year.

In the NYC (under 20s), Clayton Williams took both the Best & Fairest award, as well as the 2015 award for Players’ Player.

To re-live the action, please press play on the video player, and click the following links.

2015 Red & Green Ball Awards

Clayton Williams Wins NYC Players’ Player for 2015

Clayton Williams Claims NYC Award Double

Alex Johnston Wins Tooheys New Fan Player of the Year

Jason Clark Collects Burrow Appreciation Award for 2015

Bryson Goodwin Awarded 2015 Roy Asotasi Members’ Choice Award

Chris Grevsmuhl Named 2015 John Sattler Rookie of the Year

Ben Lowe Named 2015 Bob McCarthy Clubman of the Year

Greg Inglis Wins Second Jack Rayner Players’ Player Award of his Career

Greg Inglis Claims his Second George Piggins Medal

Greg Inglis Reflects on 2015 Award Double