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National Rugby League inducts the Peter Frilingos Memorial Award for the headline moment of the year, in honour of the rekowned Kytherian sports broadcaster.

Billy Slater, with a "beaming smile" that headlines it all - scores that try in State of Origin II, Brisbane, Queensland.

In 2004, the National Rugby League inducted the the Peter Frilingos Memorial Award for the headline moment of the year, in honour of the reknowned Kytherian sports broadcaster.

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From 2004, the award will be presented annually.

It is due recognition for an extraordinary life devoted to sports broadcasting.

The initial winner of the award, was Billy Slater, for his solo try for Queensland, in State of Origin II . [A very clever kick and re-gather try which won the game for the Queensland side.]

Dally M Awards winners

September 7, 2004

Here is the full list of 2004 Dally M Awards winners and recipients announced at Sydney Town Hall:

Dally M Player of the Year: Danny Buderus (Newcastle)

Provan Summons Medal winner (fan's choice for 2004's best player): Darren Lockyer (Brisbane)

Dally M Rookie of the Year: Karmichael Hunt (Brisbane)

Dally M Representative Player of the Year: Craig Fitzgibbon (Sydney Roosters)

Dally M Coach of the Year: Steve Folkes (Bulldogs)

Peter Frilingos Memorial Award for the headline moment of the year: Billy Slater (Melbourne)

2004 Team of the Year:

Best fullback - Anthony Minichiello (Roosters)
Best winger - Amos Roberts (Panthers)
Best centre - Willie Tonga (Bulldogs)
Best five-eighth - Darren Lockyer (Broncos)
Best halfback - Brett Finch (Roosters)
Best lock - Shaun Timmins (Dragons)
Best second row - Nathan Hindmarsh (Parramatta)
Best prop - Paul Rauhihi (Cowboys)
Best hooker - Danny Buderus (Knights)
Best captain - Steve Price (Bulldogs)

ARL Hall of Fame inductees:

Pre-WWII - Frank Burge (Glebe, St George; lock/second-row from 1911-27); Harold Horder (Souths, Norths; winger from 1912-1924); Vic Hey (Wests, Ipswich, Leeds, Dewsbury, Hunslet, Parramatta; five-eighth from 1933-49)
Post-WWII - Harry Bath (Balmain, Barrow, Warrington, St George; second row from 1946-59); Norm Provan (St George; second row from 1951-1965); Ken Irvine (Norths, Manly; winger from 1958-1973)

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