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Featherstone half-back Liam Finn has been named Co-operative Championship Player of the Year for the second time in three years.
Finn collected his prize at the Co-operative Championships awards dinner in Leeds, where reigning champions Featherstone were named club of the year.
Batley forward Alex Walmsley, who is joining St Helens next season, received the young player of the year award, while Leigh's Paul Rowley was named Championship coach of the year in his first season in charge.
Former Hull and Hull KR stand-off Paul Cooke capped off a magnificent debut season with Doncaster by being named the Championship One player of the year.
There was more success for Doncaster with Tony Miller being named Championship One coach of the year while the south Yorkshire outfit were also named Championship One club of the year.
Workington's Elliott Miller was presented with the Championship One young player award, while George Stokes was named referee of the year.