Palfrey scoops Player of the Week award

Oldham’s Lewis Palfrey has been named Premier Sports Championship One Player of the Week after a dominating display against Hemel Stags.

Palfrey’s performance earned him the maximum five points towards Championship One’s Player of the Year award at the end of the season.

Every week each coach in the Kingstone Press Championship and Championship One is contacted to help compile the Premier Sports awards.

Premier Sports Championship One Player of the Week – Lewis Palfrey (Oldham)

Oldham captain Lewis Palfrey earned the praise of Roughyeds coach Scott Naylor after an outstanding display at Hemel.

Palfrey was superb at stand-off in Oldham’s 30-12 win. Naylor said: “Lewis played with a lot of freedom, looked very relaxed and played with a smile on his face.

“When he plays with confidence his natural ability comes out, which he’s got in bucket-loads. He’s an excellent player and he’s still got a lot more to give as well.

“Giving him the captaincy put some pressure on him, but he’s handing it, getting used to it and really performing well.”

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