SHOALHAVEN High School’s Brenna-May Burton was recognised for her excellent year on the rugby league field, at the recent Nowra Warriors Junior Rugby League Club presentation day.
The 14-year-old claimed three individual awards, to go her her participation trophy.
In her first year playing, Burton claimed the player’s player award, best and fairest award and also took out the leading try-scorers trophy.
“I’m really happy to have taken out all these awards, especially considering this is my first year playing rugby league,” Burton said.
“My favourite of all the awards in the player’s player trophy, is it’s always great to be recognised by your peers, for the effort you put in during the season.”
After such a successful year on the field, Burton would like to pursue rugby league further as she gets older.
“I definitely want to continue to play rugby league more in the coming years, that’s for sure,” she said.