Mose Masoe named Hull KR’s Fan Entertainer of the Year winner
Over the past week fans across Super League have been voting for their clubs most entertaining player – the one who gets you on the edge of your seat, can light up the stands or is worth the entrance fee alone.
With the votes now closed and counted, Super League can confirm the representatives selected by each clubs fans are;
Castleford Tigers: Jesse Sene-Lefao
Castleford’s Sene-Lefao charisma off the field and his contagious smile sees him voted as their entertainer of the year. He’s played the majority of their games, scoring seven tries and making over 2000 metres.
Catalans Dragons: David Mead
David Mead was involved in the 9 tries in just seventeen games this season, and made 1688 metres, he’s been one of Catalans’ top performers with his powerful runs.
Huddersfield Giants: Lee Gaskell
Huddersfield’s Lee Gaskell has assisted 18 tries in only 20 games, as well as scoring four tries.
Hull FC: Ratu Naulago
His story to Rugby League is impressive from the Army to Hull FC, Lee Radford took a chance on the flying winger, he’s repaid the faith put in him by FC. The crowd rise to their feet when the ball is in the Fijian flyers hands, and he’s scored plenty of full length tries.
Hull KR: Mose Masoe
It was a tough year for Hull KR, they managed to avoid relegation on the last day. Mose Masoe was one of their key performers with big hits and powerful runs.
Leeds Rhinos: Konrad Hurrell
His powerful running style quickly earned him a place in Leeds Rhinos’ fans hearts, with passion and emotion he’s helped Leeds avoid relegation scoring 14 tries and making 2925 metres.
London Broncos: Kieran Dixon
Unfortunately, London Broncos were relegated in the final after losing to Wakefield, Kieran Dixon’s blistering pace helped him score ten tries, and with the boot he scored 75 goals.
Salford Red Devils: Jackson Hastings
Ian Watson’s signing of Jackson Hastings has arguably been the signing of the season, he’s directly been involved in more tries than any other player in Super League, and he’s been Salford’s golden boy since helping keep them in Super League in 2018.
St Helens: Tommy Makinson
St Helens could have picked a number of different players, but the fans opted to go with their winger, Tommy Makinson, he’s finished the season Super League’s top try-scorer and also top metre-maker.
Wakefield Trinity: David Fifita
His slogans for tries and assists are known throughout the terraces at the Mobile Rocket Stadium, his mullet and powerful runs through the opposition defence makes David Fifita so recognisable and the fans love him.
Warrington Wolves: Blake Austin
Before the season had even started, Blake Austin was the favourite to win the Man of Steel award, he’s lived up to his billing and has been one of Warrington’s most influential players, entertaining fans with his pace and dummy runs.
Wigan Warriors: Zak Hardaker
It took a while for Adrian Lam’s side to get going, but once they did, they had fans of the edge of their seat with attacking rugby. Hardaker has been influential throughout the season with his last-ditch tackles and attacking threat.
Each club has selected a “Super Fan” who will attend the Play-off press event next week to discuss and decide the overall winner of the Super League Fans’ Entertainer Award will be presented at the Betfred Super League Awards on October 6.Back To Latest News +