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Dyldam Parramatta Eels fullback Jarryd Hayne has been awarded the 2014 Brad Fittler Medal jointly with Ryan Hoffman for their efforts in the winning NSW Blues Origin side.

The Medal is awarded based on votes from teammates and coaching staff, including head coach Laurie Daley, but the Blues voters were unable to split Hayne and Hoffman's incredible efforts in this year's series.

Hayne also took home the inaugural Daily Telegraph People’s Choice Award at the gala dinner at Sydney's Curzon Hall.

Winger Bureta Faraimo was named the VB NSW Cup Player of the Year in just his first season since signing with the Eels, while another Blue and Gold player, Adam Campbell, was named KARI Indigenous Player of the Year.


Brad Fittler Medal - Award Winners:

Harold Matthews Player of the Year

Ryan Papenhuyzen – Balmain Tigers

SG Ball Player of the Year

Latrell Mitchell – Sydney Roosters

Sydney Shield Player of the Year

Vincent Ngaro – Peninsula Seagulls

Ron Massey Cup Player of the Year

Dayne Craig – Western Suburbs Magpies

VB NSW Cup Player of the Year

Bureta Faraimo – Wentworthville Magpies

Most Improved Junior Referee of the Year

Martin Jones

Most Improved Senior Referee of the Year

Liam Nicholls

The NSWRL Welfare & Education Academic Award

Kurt Aldridge – North Sydney Bears

Ray Stellar Award

Michelle Kelly – Asquith Magpies

Women’s Player of the Year

Kezie Apps – Helensburgh Tigers

KARI Indigenous Player of the Year

Adam Campbell – Parramatta Eels

NSW under-20s Player of the Year

Jake Mamo – Newcastle Knights

NSW VB Blues Man of the Match – Game I

Jarryd Hayne

NSW VB Blues Man of the Match – Game II

Ryan Hoffman

NSW VB Blues Man of the Match – Game III

Josh Dugan

The Daily Telegraph People’s Choice Award

Jarryd Hayne

Tru Blue Award

Brett Morris and Josh Morris

Brad Fittler Medal

Jarryd Hayne and Ryan Hoffman

Acknowledgement of Country

Parramatta Eels 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.

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