McShane named Steve Prescott Man of Steel
Castleford Tigers’ hooker Paul McShane is the Steve Prescott MBE Man of Steel for 2020.
He beat fellow contenders Aidan Sezer (Huddersfield Giants), Liam Farrell and Bevan French (both Wigan Warriors) and Saints’ Lachlan Coote to the highest individual accolade in the game.
Absolutely buzzing for you bro ❤️
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— Luke Gale (@snozzer_gale) November 23, 2020
Steve Prescott MBE Man of Steel Chairman Ellery Hanley MBE said: “The award deservedly goes to Paul McShane because he performs in every game he plays in.
“He is ‘Mr Dependable’ and everyone holds him in the highest regard.
“As a player, he consistently displays bravery, skill and athleticism.
“This is a man who wears his badge of honour in every action he delivers on the rugby league field.
“The phrase ‘actions speak louder than words’ fits Paul McShane perfectly.
“You only have to be in his company for three minutes to discover what a gentleman and first-class human being he is.
“We are so lucky to have him in our game.”
The full list of awards for the 2020 Betfred Super League season are as follows:
Top Tackler – Michael Lawrence (Huddersfield Giants)
Top Try Scorer – Ash Handley (Leeds Rhinos)
Spirit of Super League Award – Rob Burrow and Mose Masoe
(Awarded to those who make a significant contribution to the sport beyond the field of play.)
Young Player of the Year – Harry Newman (Leeds Rhinos)
Coach of the Year – Adrian Lam (Wigan Warriors)
Steve Prescott MBE Man of Steel – Paul McShane (Castleford Tigers)