1. Award Description

The Ken Stephen Medal recognises the efforts of an NRL player, who has not only achieved on the field, but has also committed time off the field to community projects.

A player is nominated by their NRL club for going above and beyond in their involvement in charity work, youth development or community support. The nominated player will have consistently demonstrated their commitment to making a difference in their community and be seen as a role model in this area at their NRL club.
The award criteria’s focus is primarily on successes in the 2019 season, demonstrated through your responses to the following questions.
  • Player must have been contracted as an NRL Player for a minimum of three years;
  • Reputation intact on and off the field. Suspensions for anything other than “careless” play resulting in a suspension of more than three weeks in the 2019 season will rule out a player from nomination;
  • Player must have played at least five NRL games in the current season;
  • A video snapshot (no more than five minutes) and/or high quality photographs that demonstrate the nominees’ role in the community must be supplied to support this application 
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For more information on the NRL Community Awards, please visit www.nrl.com/community.
If you have any questions while completing this form, please contact communityawards@nrl.com.au.

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