GERRINGONG Lions product Reuben Garrick has capped off his sensational rookie season with the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles by taking home three different awards.
The Group Seven junior, who played 24 games for the Lottoland base club in his first year, took out the club's NRL Ken Arthurson Rookie of the Year Award, at Manly-Warringah's gala presentation evening held at The Star on Sunday.
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On top of this, Garrick claimed the club's Leading Try Scorer Award (16 tries) and Point Scorer Award (180 points - including 58 goals).
During his maiden campaign, the 188cm winger made 66 tackle breaks, 11 line breaks, two try assists and ran a total of 2602 metres - at an average 108.4m per game.
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The night also saw Jake Trbojevic took out the club's Roy Bull 'Best and Fairest' Award for the third time in five years, as well as the Gordon Willoughby Medallion for Best Player as voted by the Manly members.
Other notable award winners were Joel Thompson (NRL Players' Player Award), Daly Cherry-Evans (Steve Menzies Medal for the Play of the Year) and Glenn Moore (Doug Daley Clubman of the Year).