Josh Navidi voted Supporters' Club Player of the Year
8 August 2013 10:40am
On Wednesday 7th August 2013, the Cardiff Blues Supporters' Club held their Annual General Meeting at Cardiff Arms Park
In advance of the meeting, members were given the chance to vote for their Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year and Junior members also voted for their Player of the Year. The winners were as follows:
Supporters' Club Player of the Year - Josh Navidi
Supporters' Club Newcomer of the Year - Rhys Patchell
Juniors' Player of the Year - Sam Warburton and Rhys Patchell - joint winners
These awards will be presented at an event in the new season so watch out for further details as the season starts!
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