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The Anderson Medal, first awarded in 1949, is presented to the Best & Fairest Player in the NHRU 1st Grade Competition.
The Medal is named after the late Evan James “Tuney” Anderson. Anderson was a pioneer of Rugby in the Newcastle district and was made a Life Member of the NHRU in 1941.
The Jack Scott Medal is awarded to the best & fairest player in the U19 Colts competition.
In 1986 The Waratahs presented an award to the NHRU to be given to the Best & Fairest player in 1st Division.
The medal was named after The Waratahs’ Australian half-back who won the Anderson medal on a record four occasions.
The Bert McGregor Medal is awarded to the Best & Fairest player in 2nd Division (C Grade).
The Col King Medal is awarded to the NHRU Referee of the Year as voted by all Premier clubs.