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Josh Starling has been nominated for the Ken Stephen Medal which recognises the efforts of an NRL player who has not only achieved on field, but also contributed to community projects off-field.

Click play on the video above to check out some of Starling's community work.

Ken Stephen was an administrator who devoted 28 years to the NSWRL in various capacities who retired shortly before his death in 1988. Since 1988 the Award has honoured the likes of Wayne Pearce, Peter Sterling, Nathan Hindmarsh and Johnathan Thurston for their contributions to the game and the community.

A player is nominated by his club for his involvement in charity work, youth development or community support that demonstrates his ability as a community role model.

To vote for Josh click here!

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