Congratulations to Burleigh Bears 4 time premiership winning coach Tahnee Norris who last night was honoured with a medal in her name, which will be awarded to the Women’s National Championship player of the tournament. The Burleigh Club are extremely proud to have someone with Tahnee’s passion and love for the game involved at the Club.
NRL Media & Colleen Edwards
Two of the game’s greatest Australian Jillaroos players have had medals named in their honour, with an official announcement made at the opening dinner of the 2019 NRL Harvey Norman Women’s Championship on the Gold Coast.
The Jillaroos most capped player, Tahnee Norris, was honoured with a medal in her name, which will be awarded to the Women’s Championship player of the tournament moving forward.
The first ever Jillaroos player, Nat Dwyer, will have a medal in her name awarded to the player of the match in the Under 18s Queensland v New South Wales game to be played at North Sydney Oval on June 21.