HULL Kingston Rovers fullback Adam Quinlan, a Culburra Dolphins product, enjoyed a memorable night at the club’s 2018 Player of the Year awards, scooping four of the top trophies.
Following an impressively consistent season, the former St George Illawarra and St Helens star, who is currently out with a knee injury, was named the club’s Roger Millward Player of the Year as well as the Players’ Player of the Year and Members’ Player of the Year – while also taking out the tackle of the season prize.
Robbie Mulhern finished as a runner-up in several categories alongside Chris Atkin and Danny Tickle, but Mulhern did pick up the Young Player of the Year award after a dominant season in the Rovers pack, which also brought England Knights recognition alongside teammate Atkin.
Elsewhere on a night, held at the Legends Lounge at KCOM Craven Park, Maurice Blair deservedly received the Colin Hutton Outstanding Contribution Award after making his 100th appearance for the club in 2018.
Youngster Joe Wardill scooped the Community Clubman of the Year title following his stellar work for the Hull KR Community Trust while Try of the Season went to Craig Hall for his effort against Hull FC.
The club were also proud to announce The Colin McNicol Well has been renamed in honour of the former Rovers chairman, who sadly passed away earlier this year.