Dave Horwitz happy with 2015, but not done yet

by Paul Cook - DAVID HORWITZ wasn’t even born the last time a Randwick player won the Ken Catchpole Medal for the Intrust Super Shute Shield’s best and fairest player. The annual award for the Shute Shield’s shining light was voted for by the referees and presented earlier this month at The Rugby Club in the city. A clearly elated Horwitz finished with 22 votes from his 15 games, edging out last year’s winner Hamish Angus from Warringah and Northern Suburbs flanker Will Miller, by one vote. “It’s amazing. There’s such a good group of guys on that list that have dominated the Shute Shield for so long and to finish on top is a special feeling,” he told Rugby News. “No matter what I go on to do, and hopefully I have a long career, it’s so rewarding to win this award.” But when it was pointed out to him that the last recipient of the famous trophy to don the myrtle green was the one and only Phil Kearns back in 1993, the talented 20-year-old couldn’t suppress
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