All the News from Presentation Night

The 2017 Presentation Night was held on Friday night and produced plenty of winners. As well as the playing awards, all the volunteers who are so important to the club, were recognized. It was a brilliant night, closing what has been a successful year for the club.

There were dual winners in the Seniors with Aaron Toy and Peter Shakallis sharing the TEK Fisher Trophy with 88 votes. Aaron had a great year, being one of the leaders in the backline and taking on key opponents every week. Shak was a consistent presence through the midfield all year and this award caps off a fine year.

There was also a dead heat in the first ever Best and Fairest for the Hearts. Mim Waterman and Mietta McDonald tied in first place with Sarah Casey coming in third. All three can be very proud of their efforts in what has been a hugely successful first year of women’s football.

In the Reserves, Jamie Cain was a clear winner with Keelan Hartnett Runners Up. Jamie  had a real impact in his first year of senior football, proving to be a dominant backman.

In the U/19s Joel Constable was a narrow winner from Oli Sharpe. Another backman taking out the award, Joel was also a real leader on and off the field.

THE OTHER AWARD WINNERS

SENIORS:
BEST FIRST YEAR PLAYER – JACK MUNRO
MOST IMPROVED – BRODIE STEELE
LEADING GOALKICKER – NATHAN WAITE (3RD IN B&F)
MOST INSPIRATIONAL – JAMES PAUL (5TH IN B&F)
MOST CONSISTENT – TIM WITHEROW (4TH IN B&F)

WOMENS:
MOST IMPROVED – CLAIRE STARK
LEADING GOALKICKER – MIETTA MCDONALD
BEST CLUBWOMAN – CHELSEA FRAWLEY

RESERVES:
MOST IMPROVED – MARK IRWIN
TOP GOALSCORER – BEN OAKES

U/19s:
EQUAL THIRD IN B&F – WILL PAUL
LEADING GOALKICKER – DURRAS SECCULL (Eq 3RD IN B&F)
GAME CHANGER AWARD – SPENCER WARD
MOST INSPIRATIONAL – RAYNER SECCULL

SERVICE AWARDS:
BARRY BERGGY/KEN ALLISON MEMORIAL TROPHY FOR SERVICE – MICK CONSTABLE

HILLY HOUGHTON/FELICITY WIGG LADIES AWARD –
ALISON LEYDEN
 
 

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