Sat 2 Feb 2019 | 01:57

Lions reveal their pride

Lions reveal their pride
Sat 2 Feb 2019 | 01:57
Lions reveal their pride
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AWARDS: Springboks Elton Jantjies and Malcolm Marx were the big winners at the Lions’ 2018 awards ceremony.

Jantjies was named the Lions Player of the Year and the Lions Rugby Company’s Most Valuable Player for 2018 at the Annual Player Awards held at Airline Park on Saturday.

The nominees for the Lions Super Rugby Player of the Year award were Jantjies, Malcolm Marx and Aphiwe Dyantyi.

Marx walked away with two awards: Players’ Player of the Year and Fans’ Player of the Year.

Courtnall Skosan is the Currie Cup Player of the Year.

The full list of prize winners were:

Under-19

Forward Player of the Year
Winner: Asenathi Ntlabakanye

Backline Player of the Year
Winner: Prince Nkabinde

Player of the Year
Winner: Dameon Venter

Under-21

Forward Player of the Year
Winner: Darrien-Lane Landsberg

Backline Player of the Year
Winner: Jan-Louis la Grange

Player of the Year
Winner: Tyrone Green & Darrien-Lane Landsberg

Malcolm Marx & Warren Whiteley

Currie Cup

Forward Player of the Year
Nominees: Sti Sithole, Rhyno Herbst, Hacjivah Dayimani
Winner: Hacjivah Dayimani

Backline Player of the Year
Nominees: Courtnall Skosan, Nic Groom, Shaun Reynolds
Winner: Shaun Reynolds

Player of the Year
Nominees: Hacjivah Dayimani, Shaun Reynolds, Courtnall Skosan
Winner: Courtnall Skosan

Super Rugby

Backline Player of the Year
Nominees: Elton Jantjies, Lionel Mapoe, Aphiwe Dyantyi
Winner: Aphiwe Dyantyi

Forward Player of the Year
Nominees: Marvin Orie, Kwagga Smith, Malcolm Marx
Winner: Malcolm Marx

Player of the Year
Nominees: Elton Jantjies, Malcolm Marx, Aphiwe Dyantyi
Winner: Elton Jantjies

Players Player of the Year
Nominees: Malcolm Marx, Aphiwe Dyantyi
Winner: Malcolm Marx

Fan’s Player of the Year
Nominees: Malcolm Marx, Aphiwe Dyantyi
Winner: Malcolm Marx

Most Valued Player of the Year
Nominees: Elton Jantjies, Malcolm Marx, Aphiwe Dyantyi
Winner: Elton Jantjies

PV: 1912


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