Tyler Hobby has capped a tremendous 2023 season by claiming the Sandy and Evol MacMillan Trophy for Club Spirit at the Blayney Rams rugby club awards.
Presented by Rams life member Craig Gosewisch, Hobby took out one of the club's top gongs at the annual presentation at the start of November.
Lachie Ireland cleaned up as well, taking out the club's best and fairest, rooker of the year and best forward awards after a stellar season for the two blues.
Full list of award winners:
- Club Spirit: Tyler Hobby
- Players Player: Ben Willis and Casey Wallace
- Best & Fairest: Lachie Ireland
- Most Improved Player: Chase Mckay
- Most Consistent Player: Ben Willis
- Rookie of the Year: Lachie Ireland
- Best Back: Lachlan Pearce
- Best Forward: Lachie Ireland
- Coaches Award: Brody Hewitt
- Most Trys: Jordan Butler
- Most Points: Zack Farr
Meanwhile, the Rams club has also held its annual general meeting ahead of the 2024 Central West Rugby Union season.
Jordan Butler has stepped up to take on the presidency at the Blayney rugby club, taking over from Andrew Delaney who was at the helm of the Rams for three years.
Tyler Hobby is the vice president, Craig Gosewisch the treasurer and Brody Hewitt, Bryce Sutton, Chase Mckay and Zach Stammers make up the general committee. Anyone wishing to get involved with the Rams in 2024 is urged to get in touch with the club.