2018 Ken Catchpole Medal: Who’s in line to win the Shute Shield’s MVP award?

The Ken Catchpole Medal is awarded each year to the Shute Shield’s most valuable player, as voted by first grade referees on a 3-2-1 basis each week. Named after arguably the greatest Wallabies halfback of all time who passed away late last year, the medal will be awarded tonight at a function in Sydney. Last year, West Harbour flyhalf Taylor Adams topped the count and received a Super Rugby contract with the Melbourne Rebels at the end of his breakout season. The Contenders  Marcus Carbone - Southern Districts Southern Districts captain Marcus Carbone really can do it all. The No.8 finished the year in the top 10 in tackles, carries, lineouts won and stolen and until late in the season, was the competition’s leading try scorer. Dangerous on both sides of the ball, the lanky Italian had another standout Shute Shield campaign. Myles Dorrian - Warringah After returning from the UK to help Warringah break their Shute Shield premiership drought last year, 35-year
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