RESULTS: Top 10 most influential players in the 2017 Shute Shield competition

While Shute Shield teams took a well deserved weekend off, we asked fans who they thought the most influential player in the 2017 Shute Shield competition was. Understandably, there was plenty of support of Norths’ fourth grader Ash Hall, but unfortunately he fell just short of a spot in our top 10. 10) Jai Ayoub – Eastwood (4%) Eastwood flyhalf Jai Ayoub was dominant in the early stages of the season before heading overseas for a stint with the Croatian national side. 9) Jake Wainwright – Sydney Uni (4%) Sydney Uni backrower Jake Wainwright’s high workload and aggression rightfully earns him a spot in the top ten. 8) Paula Balekana – Gordon (5%) Gordon flyer Paula Balekana has already bagged three hat tricks this season and is the competition’s leading tryscorer with 15 five pointers. 7) Andrew Deegan – Randwick (8%) Randwick general Andrew Deegan proved how important he is for his side earlier this year when he scored 24 points to help the Gal
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