Sydney Rugby Union Awards: Hamish Angus Wins 2012 Ken Catchpole Medal

by Brendan Bradford - Warringah captain Hamish Angus has been voted Shute Shield player of the year for the 2012 season, with Southern Districts' lock Jed Holloway taking out the Shute Shield Rookie of the Year award and his club coach, Cameron Blades, receiving the David Brockhoff Medal for Coach of the Year. Rats' fly half Angus was awarded with rugby's top individual prize, the Ken Catchpole Medal, at the Sydney Rugby Union Awards lunch held on Friday at the Manly Pacific Novotel. Having scored eight tries and kicked 31 goals and 29 penalties for his team, he also picked up the Roscoe Fay Trophy for the Shute Shield's highest points scorer with 189 points over the regular season. The 22 year old former A
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