The Championship and League One awards were hosted last night in Manchester.
Whitehaven picked up the most awards as their coach Gary Charlton was named Coach of the Year, while players Dion Aiye and Andrew Bulman were named Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year respectively.
Meanwhile, Keighley Cougars were named League One Club of the Year and Newcastle Thunder were named Club Foundation of the Year.
Moving into the Championship, it was York City Knights who picked up the most awards after James Ford won Coach of the Year and the club was named Championship Club of the Year.
Toronto Wolfpack’s Gareth O’Brien won Championship Player of the Year and Swinton Lions fullback Matthew Ashton, who will join Warrington in 2020, won Young Player of the Year.
The nominations for the Championship and League One awards have been announced, with leaders Toronto Wolfpack and Whitehaven dominating the awards.
In the Championship, all the players up for Player of the Year are from the Wolfpack as Andy Ackers, Gareth O’Brien and Jon Wilkin all competing for the honour.
Wolfpack coach Brian McDermott is also up for Coach of the Year, alongside Mark Aston of Sheffield Eagles and Jon Ford of York City Knights.
Up for Young Player of the Year is Swinton Lions fullback Matthew Ashton, Widnes Vikings player Keanan Brand and Joe Cator of Leigh Centurions.
Moving onto League One and Whitehaven’s league leading season is being rewarded.
They have two players up for Player of the Year as Marc Shackley and Dion Aiye are up. Also in with a chance is Oldham forward Danny Langtree and Newcastle Thunder player Nick Newman.
Haven coach Gary Charlton is also up for Coach of the Year, alongside Scott Naylor of Oldham and Anthony Murray of North Wales Crusaders.
The Cumbrians are also involved in the Young Player of the Year nominations as Andrew Bulman is up. Other nominations are Workington Town forward Caine Barnes and on loan North Wales Crusaders forward Callum Hazzard.
Coventry Bears 0-72 Whitehaven- A hat trick from Jordan Burns, two tries from Jake Moore, David Thompson and Calvin Phillips as well as other efforts from Marc Shackley, Chris Taylor, Carl Forster and Andrew Bulman won the game and the title for Whitehaven.
North Wales Crusaders 36-18 London Skolars- Two tries from Rob Massam and Stephen Wild as well as other efforts from Simon Atherton, Jonny Walker and Alex Eckley won the game for the Crusaders. The Skolars responded with tries from Liam Scott, Jordan Williams and Omari Caro, but they end the season with a defeat.
Hunslet 20-34 Oldham- A hat trick from Danny Langtree and other efforts from Danny Bridge and Paul Crook secured second place for Oldham. Hunslet responded with tries from Zach Braham, Jim Watson and Nathan Chappell, but they end the season with a defeat.
Keighley Cougars 22-32 Newcastle Thunder- Two tries from Alex Clegg, Nicholas Newman and Kieran Gill earned an impressive away win for Newcastle. The Cougars responded with two tries from Taylor Prell and other efforts from Kieran Moran and Davey Dixon, but they fall short at home.
Workington Town 4-30 Doncaster- Two tries from Tom Halliday and other efforts from Jason Tali, Matty Beharrell and Frankie Mariano win the game for Doncaster. Workington responded with a try from Caine Barnes, but they fall to a heavy defeat at home.
Coventry Bears 6-50 Oldham- Two tries from Danny Langtree and other efforts from Liam Bent, Adam Brook, Jack Holmes, Kyran Johnson, Declan Kay, Phil Joy and Ben Davies earned the big win for Oldham. The Bears responded with a try from Jacob Jones but it is another defeat for them.
Hunslet 16-30 Workington Town- Two tries for Fuifui Moimoi and other efforts from Declan O’Donnell, Tom Curwen and Perry Singleton earned the impressive win for Workington. Hunslet responded with tries from Duane Straughier, Charlie Martin and Vila Halahifi but they fell to defeat.
Newcastle Thunder 46-22 North Wales Crusaders- Two tries for Kieran Gill, Quentin Laulu-Togagae and Matthew Wright as well as other efforts from Muizz Mustapha, Alex Clegg, Nick Newman and Evan Simons earned the impressive win for Newcastle. The Crusaders responded with two tries from Rob Massam and other efforts from Matt Reid and Stephen Wild but their faint playoff hopes are over.
Doncaster 48-12 Keighley Cougars- A hat trick from Tom Halliday and other efforts from Brad Foster, Jason Tali, Watson Boas, Ryan Boyle, Sam Doherty and Connor Bower won the game for the Dons. Keighley responded with tries from Billy Gaylor and Jason Muranka, but it is another defeat for them.
Whitehaven 74-6 West Wales Raiders- A hat trick from Sam Forrester, two tries from Jordan Burns, David Thompson and Andrew Bulman as well as other efforts from James Newton, Callum Phillips, Jake Moore and Kris Coward earned the big win for Whitehaven. The Raiders responded with a try from Steve Parry, but it is another heavy defeat for them.
Keighley Cougars 19-46 Whitehaven- A hat trick from Sam Forrester, two tries from Dion Aiye and Callum Phillips as well as another effort from Andrew Bulman earned the comeback win for the leaders. Keighley responded with tries from Louis Sherriff, Jack Miller and Macauley Hallett as well as a penalty and a drop goal from Benn Hardastle, but they fall to defeat.
Newcastle Thunder 88-6 Coventry Bears- Four tries from Lewis Young, three tries from Kieran Gill, two tries from Conor Fitzsimmons and others from Aaron Ollett, Joel Edwards, Keale Carlile, Alex Clegg, Quentin Laulu-Togagae, Misi Taulapapa and Nicholas Newman earned the big win for the Thunder. The Bears responded with a try from Jack Ray but their losing run goes on.
Oldham 40-14 Doncaster- Tries from Liam Bent, Richard Hawkyard, Danny Langtree, Paul Crook, Cameron Leeming, Matthew Wilkinson and Gareth Owen earned the big win for Oldham. The Dons responded with two tries from Sam Doherty and another for Russ Spiers but their playoff hopes still hang in the balance.
Coventry Bears 20-48 Hunslet- Two tries for Gareth Potts and Reece Dean, as well as individual efforts from Tom Ashton, Josh Tonks, Nathan Chappell, Jimmy Watson and Dale Bloomfield got Hunslet’s promotion hopes back on track. The Bears responded with tries from Lewis Taylor, Reece Rance and Elliott Hall but they fell short in a brave fight.
Doncaster 12-22 Whitehaven- Two tries from Carl Forster and another for Andrew Bulman earned a crucial win for Whitehaven. The hosts responded with tries from Sam Doherty and Rangi Chase (playing his first game after returning from a drugs ban), but they fell just short in their chase of top spot.
Keighley Cougars 50-18 West Wales Raiders- A hat trick for Jack Miller, two tries for Benn Hardcastle and other efforts from Macauley Hallett, Will Cooke, Jamie Thackray and Jason Muranka earned the win for the Cougars. The Raiders responded with tries from Mitchell Shaw, Sam Baker and Morgan Evans, but they fall short in their battle for a first win.
Oldham 46-30 North Wales Crusaders- Two tries for Richard Hawkyard and Harry Aaronson and other efforts from Danny Bridge, Lee Kershaw, Matthew Wilkinson and Phil Joy earned the win for the hosts. The Crusaders responded with two tries from Rob Massam and other efforts from Ben Stead, Simon Atherton and Declan Gregory, but they fall just short.
Workington Town 32-22 London Skolars- Two tries from Jamie Doran and other efforts from Perry Singleton, Declan O’Donnell, Tyllar Mellor and Stevie Scholey earned a much needed win for Town. The Skolars responded with tries from Judd Greenhalgh, James Barran, and Iliess Macani, but it is another damaging defeat for them.
It was the Welsh side who scored first here as Earl Hurst gave them the lead. Lewis Fairhurst converted to make it a perfect start.
But then the Thunder took control and scored four tries before the break.
Two tries for Lewis Young and other efforts from Jared Blanke and Michael Lewis. Three of which were converted by Lewis to put the Thunder 22-6 up at half time.
Three more tries to start the second half put the Thunder out of sight. Young grabbed his hat trick try, and other efforts from Keal Carlile and Joseph Brown put the visitors in complete control.
But the Crusaders didn’t lie down and grabbed another try through Ryan Smith with two minutes to go. Fairhurst converted to bring he home side into double figures.
The last word would go to the visitors though as Kieran Gill grabbed two tries on full time. Lewis scored one more conversion to assert a dominant performance for the playoff hopefuls.
Whitehaven 32-18 Coventry Bears
It was a fast start for the league leaders as Andrew Bulman scored within a minute and then added another try after 17 minutes to give them an 8-0 lead.
But the Bears, who have recently had stadium trouble, then rallied back and stormed into a shock lead at half time. Tries from Nick Newman and Sam Davis as well as two conversions and a penalty from Newman put the Bears in 14-8 up at the break.
However, Haven sprung into life in the second half as they ran in five unanswered tries to ensure they came through their first half scare unscathed.
Two tries for Sam Forrester and Jake Moore and another for Jason Mossop, as well as two conversions by Connor Holiday put Haven in control of the game.
The last word would go to the Bears though as Elliott Norman managed to score. It went unconverted, but at least the visitors had something to show for their second half efforts.