2009 Dally M Awards

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The 2009 Dally M Awards were presented on Tuesday 8 September 2009 at the State Theatre in Sydney and broadcast on Fox Sports.

Dally M Medal-Player of the Year

Presented by the Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd
Dally M Player of the Year
Jarryd Hayne, Parramatta Eels[1]

Player votes tally (top 10)

Player Points Club
Jarryd Hayne 30 Parramatta Eels
Johnathan Thurston 27 North Queensland Cowboys
Jamie Soward 26 St. George Illawarra Dragons
Robbie Farah 24 Wests Tigers
Anthony Watmough 24 Manly Sea Eagles
Kurt Gidley 23 Newcastle Knights
John Sutton 23 South Sydney Rabbitohs
Billy Slater 21 Melbourne Storm
Brett Kimmorley 20 Bulldogs
Michael Ennis 19 Bulldogs


Dally M Awards

The Dally M Awards were, as usual, conducted at the close of the regular season and hence do not take games played in the finals series into account. The Dally M Medal is for the official player of the year while the Provan-Summons Medal is for the fans' of "people's choice" player of the year.[3]

Award Player Club
Dally M Medal Jarryd Hayne Parramatta Eels
Provan-Summons Medal Jamie Soward St. George Illawarra Dragons
Rookie of the Year Jamal Idris Canterbury Bulldogs
Captain of the Year Andrew Ryan Canterbury Bulldogs
Rep Player of the Year Greg Inglis Melbourne Storm
Coach of the Year Kevin Moore Canterbury Bulldogs
Top Tryscorer of the Year Brett Morris (22 Tries) St. George Illawarra Dragons
Top Pointscorer of the Year Hazem El Masri (234 Points) Canterbury Bulldogs
Peter Frilingos Memorial Award Nathan Merritt
(Field goal against Wests Tigers in rd 10)
South Sydney Rabbitohs
Toyota Cup Player of the Year Beau Henry St. George Illawarra Dragons

Team of the Year

Award Player Club
Best Fullback Jarryd Hayne Parramatta Eels
Best Winger Taniela Tuiaki Wests Tigers
Best Centre Josh Morris Canterbury Bulldogs
Best Five-Eighth Jamie Soward St. George Illawarra Dragons
Best Halfback Johnathan Thurston North Queensland Cowboys
Best Lock David Stagg Canterbury Bulldogs
Best Second-Rower Anthony Watmough Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Best Prop Ben Hannant Canterbury Bulldogs
Best Hooker Michael Ennis Canterbury Bulldogs

See also


  1. ^ 2009 Dally M Awards at foxsports.com.au
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ 2009 Dally M Awards at nrl.com
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