The London Broncos held their 2016 awards dinner last night, and recognised four of the particular standouts of the 2016 season.
Young Player of the Year: Dan Hindmarsh
Players’ Player: Callum Bustin
Clubman: Alfie Lawrence
Player of the Year: Callum Bustin
Head Coach, Jamie Langley, said he was proud of his entire squad’s achievements this season, but that it was important to recognise those who had gone above and beyond.
“The three recipients of our awards – Alf, Cal and Danny have all had outstanding seasons in different ways.
“The dedication young Danny Hindmarsh has put in to further improve himself as a rugby player has shown the benefits tenfold – he’s had a cracking season.
“Though returning from injury and not actually able to play, there isn’t much Alfie Lawrence wouldn’t do for his club or for his teammates. He goes well beyond the realm of what’s expected, and always does it with a smile on his face. This squad wouldn’t have been the same without him.
“Cal Bustin has been an incredibly strong player this season – aptly demonstrated when he received the first team call up in their game against Halifax. He improves week on week, and finds no task too hard. He’ll always go the extra mile to ensure he puts his best performance in for 80 minutes.
“It’s my first season as head coach, and it’s been a brilliant one with these young lads. I’m incredibly proud of what they’ve all achieved.”