Newcastle Permanent Community Awards for 2019 Announced at The Jennings Medal

October 21st, 2019

The Jennings Medal signified the culmination of the 2019 football season, recognising and celebrating the best teams, players and clubs throughout Northern NSW Football’s seven (7) member zones and The Community Recognition Awards, introduced in 2015 by major community football partner Newcastle Permanent, were awarded to honour those who may not play the game, however provide immeasurable contribution to make the game run during the season.

Four Newcastle Permanent Community Awards were awarded on the night including Volunteer of the Year, Coach of the Year, Referee of the Year and Club of the Year.

Laura Ranger

Carlo Borra

Laura Ranger, who was nominated by Newcastle Football for her ongoing commitment and dedication to football at Mayfield United JSFC, received the Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Year award, while Carlo Borra from Lismore Richmond Rovers FC in the Football Far North Coast zone received the Newcastle Permanent Coach of the Year.

Referee from Northern Inland Football, Alicia Guest received the Newcastle Permanent Referee of the Year award for carrying the highest ethics of a Match Official each and every time she enters the field, while the Newcastle Permanent Club of the Year award was awarded to Hunter Valley Football’s Thornton Juniors FC for their efforts in becoming just the second club in Australia to achieve level 3 accreditation through the FFA National Club Accreditation Scheme.

Alicia Guest

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