Football award winners announced
Football award winners announced
With season 2021 now in our rear-view mirror, we have now set our sights on moving to our new home, the Mildura Sporting Precinct. Before we can do so, we want to announce a range of end of season awards that have recently been handed out.
Due to COVID19 we have had to postpone our award ceremonies on multiple occasions, however over the past few weeks we have been able to host our teams for their respective awards. We would like to thank Dennis and the team down at Mildura Cruises for hosting our teams. Without these guys, we couldn’t have been able to facilitate these events given the indoor restrictions in Victoria.
So to the important part…Who won our awards such as the Ken Mansell Trophy, Johns Family Shield, Daniel Cleary Memorial Trophy, and Dod Judd Memorial Trophy?
Ken Mansell Trophy (Best & Fairest) – Tyler Curtis, took out his second Ken Mansell Trophy in season 2021. The number 1 big man in the game and our 2019 B&F winner, Tyler once again had an outstanding season in 2021 where he asserted his dominance in the ruck and was also an SFNL interleague representative.
Johns Family Shield (Runner Up Best & Fairest) – Jackson Mcewen
Des O’Connor Memorial Trophy (Most Consistent) – Jayden Cogan
Vic Berriman Memorial Trophy (Most Determined) – Liam Wood
John Taylor Memorial Trophy (Most Improved) – Taj Stevens
Best Team Man – Nathan Nolan
Coaches Award – Kevin McDonald
Daniel Cleary Memorial Trophy (Best & Fairest) – Brayden Collicoat, our ultimate clubman and reserves premiership coach in season 2018, took out his first best & fairest award for the club after an outstanding season 2021 on the field. This award is well deserved.
Runner Up Best & Fairest – Jarrod Lay
Most Consistent – Fletcher Doddridge
Most Determined – Steven Sellens
Most Improved – Will Spain
Best Team Man – Reece Merlin
Coaches Award – Lachlan Fisher
Dot Judd Memorial Trophy (Best & Fairest) – Brayth Munn, is an outstanding talent who not only showcased his talents in our Under 18 program, he also experienced senior football in the second half of our season where he was able to display some of the skills that earned him a call-up. This guy has the football world at his feet and we hope to see him play many more games for the club over the next decade.
Runner Up Best & Fairest – Joseph Ryan
Most Consistent – Robert Andriske
Most Determined – Flynn Tiley
Most Improved – Tanner Clancy
Best Team Man – Angus Pound
Coaches Award – Zane Hunt
Bulldog Brother – Jedd Anderson
Best & Fairest – Liano Scullino
Runner Up Best & Fairest – Milan Scullino
Most Consistent – Archer Wooton
Most Determined – Kai Andriske
Most Improved – Isiah Bettess
Best Team Man – Cameron Lay
Coaches Award – Angus Bobstchinski
Best & Fairest – Hunter Strong
Runner Up Best & Fairest – Darby Fitzgerald
Most Consistent – A.J. Scullino
Most Determined – Mitch McClure
Most Improved – Bailey McLaughlin
Best Team Man – Flynn Bobstchinski
Coaches Award – Jarvas Munn
The club would like to congratulate everyone who took out an award, all were thoroughly deserved. Our attention now turns to season 2022 where after 76 years, we will move homes from Sarah Oval to the Mildura Sporting Precinct. This facility will provide a central home for a number of sporting user groups in the district, with our club being the sole representative of the Sunraysia Football & Netball League. The facility aims to be a venue for major events including concerts and regional and national sporting events whilst also accommodating the need for community open space and passive leisure activities in the Mildura South area – one of our region’s main residential growth corridors.