Walker Named Top Scot

New signing Adam Walker has been voted Scotland's Player of the Year.

The 25-year-old was the comprehensive winner for his displays during Scotland’s Four Nations tournament at the end of 2016

“Adam again proved to be an outstanding performer for Scotland last year,” head coach Steve McCormack said. “His performance in the Four Nations was absolutely outstanding and he proved to be one of the best front rowers in the competition. We’re looking for Adam to have another good season and build towards the World Cup in Australia in October.”

Previous winners of this prestigious award include two of Walker’s current team-mates and Huddersfield duo Danny Brough and Dale Ferguson, while Scotland assistant coach John Duffy won it in 2011.

Dave Valentine Award – Scotland Senior Team Player of the Year 

  • 2015 David Scott – Doncaster
  • 2014 Danny Brough – Huddersfield Giants
  • 2013 Luke Douglas – Gold Coast Titans
  • 2012 Ben Fisher – Catalans Dragons
  • 2011 John Duffy – Leigh Centurions
  • 2010 Dale Ferguson – Wakefield Trinity
  • 2009 Mick Nanyn – Harlequins RL
  • 2008 Iain Morrison – Widnes Vikings
  • 2007 Duncan MacGillivray – Wakefield Trinity
  • 2006 Neil Lowe – Doncaster Lakers
  • 2005 Jon Steel – Hull KR
  • 2004 Chris Birchall – Halifax

Adam and his teammates will be in action twice this month when we take on Widnes Vikings on Sunday January 22 and Castleford Tigers on Sunday January 29 in pre-season friendlies.

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