Hull FC’s annual Player of the Year awards took place on Tuesday evening, at the brand new and shiny Hull Venue.
Here’s a round up of all the award winners.
Clubman of the Year – Feka Paleaaesina
Hull FC’s Player Welfare Officer continues to be a popular figure around the place.
Community Player of the Year – Jamie Shaul and Fetuli Talanoa
Awarded for work off the field, Shaul and Talanoa have visited plenty of schools and community clubs throughout the year.
Academy Player of the Year – Cameron Scott
Cameron has managed five Super League appearances so far this season, after averaging a try a game for the City of Sham Academy.
Young Player of the Year – Jordan Lane
The most obvious choice – the Lane train has had an encouraging debut season after making his first grade debut back in March. The back rower scored his first senior try at St Helens last Friday.
Try of the Year – Hakim Miloudi
The Frenchman’s recent long-range effort against Castleford sees him scoop the award. Hakim picked a loose ball up, before evading a couple of opposition players and sprinting 90 metres. A fine individual try from the madhouse, who’s impressed with his ball skills and Insta stories this year. An absolute weirdo really.
Supporters Player of the Year – Jake Connor
Jake the Snake is the fans’ choice, and few can begrudge him that. He’s been absolutely sensational in 2018. When Connor hits top form he’s virtually unplayable. Still remember the certain L**ds troll who said he was “a pudding” when Hull announced his signing. Ha ha ha ha ha.
Players Player of the Year – Jake Connor
Connor also gets the Players Player for his efforts throughout the year. Arguably the best award to receive, being recognised by your fellow peers. Fully deserved.
Hull FC Player of the Year – Scott Taylor
Vice-captain, and keeper of the best ginger beard on the planet, Scott Taylor, gets the prestigious award, as voted for by the coaching staff. He’s had an outstanding season.