The majority of the Auckland Rugby League’s clubs will be represented when their best and fairest players are acknowledged before the Vodafone Warriors’ 24th-round NRL encounter with Penrith at Mount Smart Stadium.

Straight after the Test between the New Zealand Police and Australia Police, the players will be welcomed onto the field to be presented with a medal, a goodie pack and a 2019 Vodafone Warriors membership by Vodafone Warriors prop Sam Lisone.

The best and fairest players are:

Sebastian Hindt (Bay Roskill Vikings) under-17 restricted
Andrew Thompson (East Coast Bays Barracudas)
Nathaniel Tangimataiti (Ellerslie Eagles) under-15s open
Kayden MacDonald (Glenfield Greyhounds) under-7 open
Luke Lemalu (Hibiscus Coast Raiders) under-10 Legend Hawks
Jake Gilbert (Howick Hornets) under-14/15 restricted
Betsy Fifita (Mangere East Hawks) under-10 Legend Hawks
Joe-Lani Manukau (Manukau Magpies) under-9 Magpies
James Ruawhare (Manurewa Marlins) under-13 Raiders
Lyric Matamu (Marist Saints) under-11
Kyle Roberts (Mount Albert Lions)
Luke George (New Lynn Stags) under-9 Red Stags
Khail Watson (Otahuhu Leopards) under-7 Leopards
Michaela Poimatagi-Matautia (Otara Scorpions) under-13s girls
Haylo Talia (Papakura Sea Eagles) under-6
George Kwan-Him (Papatoetoe Panthers) under-12 Panthers
Shane Pagan Su’a (Ponsonby Ponies) under-7 Ponies
Karlos Walker (Point Chevalier Pirates) under-10
Jerome Potini-Poroa (Pukekohe Pythons) under 14/15 restricted
Reiley Satele (Richmond Rovers) under-15
T J Devery (Te Atatu Roosters) under-16 open
Trent Sloan (Waiheke Rams) under-7
Kenneth Henry-Taua (Waitemata Seagulls) under-16