The 2013 Willie M Medal: Round 1

Filed in From The Couch, NRL, Willie M by on March 11, 2013

For the fourth year, the Willie M Medal is back. This year, it will standalone, apart from From The Couch where it will shine like a Ben Roberts stinker to all that is mediocre and hapless in rugby league. To the uninitiated, this is the award that pays homage to the rubbish, the average, the weak, the poor, the downright hopeless.

Coming off a year that saw a three-way tie and the first two-time winner, hopes are high for 2013. Can Chris Sandow make it three? Will Ben Roberts or Tim Moltzen go back-to-back? Will Mitchell Pearce win his long overdue right?

Tune in every Tuesday morning to see who has cost their teams.

And spread the word on the Willie M and you could become a judge. Simply post on the Making The Nut Facebook page or include myself on Twitter to show how you have spread the word of the Willie M Medal.

Roll Call of Dishonour
2010: Chris Sandow (Sou)
2011: Blake Ferguson (Can)
2012: Chris Sandow (Par), Ben Roberts (Par), Tim Moltzen (Tig)

Sydney Roosters v South Sydney
3-Shaun Kenny-Dowall (Roo)
2-Mitchell Pearce (Roo)
1-Roger Tuivasa-Scheck (Roo)
Judge: Rohan Kendall

Brisbane v Manly
3-Peter Wallace (Bri)
2-Scott Prince (Bri)
1-David Gower (Man)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

Parramatta v New Zealand
3-Kevin Locke (War)
2-Konrad Hurrell (War)
1-Feleti Mateo (War)
Judge: Chris Ryan

Canterbury v North Queensland
3-Tony Williams (Bul)
2-Krisnan Inu (Bul)
1-Dene Halatau (Bul)
Judge: Rohan Kendall

Penrith v Canberra
3-Sandor Earl (Can)
2-Sam Williams (Can)
1-Jarrod Croker (Can)
Judge: Matt Tedeschi

Melbourne v St George Illawarra
3-Nathan Fien (Dra)
2-Brett Morris (Dra)
1-Tohu Harris (Mel)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi

Cronulla v Gold Coast
3-Brad Takaraingi (GC)
2-Jonothan Wright (Cro)
1-Albert Kelly (GC)
Judge: Matt Fisk

Newcastle v Wests Tigers
3-Matthew Bell (Tig)
2-Matt Utai (Tig)
1-Braith Anasta (Tig)
Judge: Nick Tedeschi


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  1. SemiiPro says:

    Nick, our nation turns it’s lonely eyes to you. Can you please make any sense of the ASADA pogram? Is the Shire about to turn into Salem? Will there be a remake of The Crucible set at Northies?


    • Nick Tedeschi says:

      At the moment, no charges have been laid and nothing has bee proven other than the Cronulla Sharks have been an incompetently run club. This is madness. Hopefully the Sharks stay in the Shire.