NNSWF Annual Awards Night 2016

October 14th, 2016

Northern NSW Football hosted its Annual Awards Night on Friday evening with 430 guests in attendance at Wests City in Newcastle

The night celebrated a successful season across Northern NSW and its Member Zones and highlighted the achievements of the football family. Congratulations to the following award winners:

 

Volunteer of the Year – Jill Hepburn, Football Far North Coast                                                                                                                

Coach of the Year – Wes Clark, Northern Inland Football

 

Club of the Year – Wallamba FC, Football Mid North Coast

 

Bill Turner Award – Alf Small

 

Referee Awards                                                                                      

Rookie Referee of the Year – Robert Taylor

Referee of the Year – Andrew Digby

 

Telstra SAP Award Winner

Telstra SAP 12 Years Premiers – Newcastle Mustangs

 

PS4 NPL NNSW Youth Award Winners

12s Grand Final Winners Girls – Northern Inland Football

14s Grand Final Winners Girls – South Wallsend JFC

11s Grand Final Winners Boys – Newcastle Football

12s Grand Final Winners Boys – Newcastle Football

13 Years Grand Final Winners – Emerging Jets

13 Years Premiers – Weston Workers FC

14 Years Grand Final Winners – FMNC

14 Years Premiers – FMNC

15 Years Grand Final Winners – Adamstown Rosebud FC

15 Years Premiers – Adamstown Rosebud FC

17 Years Grand Final Winners – Broadmeadow Magic FC

17 Years Premiers – Hamilton Olympic FC

 

NEWFM 1st Division Award Winners                                                         

17s Grand Final Winners – Lake Macquarie City FC

17 Years Premiers – Lake Macquarie City FC

19 Years Grand Final Winners – Belmont Swansea FC

19 Years Premiers – Lake Macquarie City FC

23s Grand Final Winners – Lake Macquarie City FC

23s Premiers – Lake Macquarie City FC

Leading Goal Scorer – Sam Walker, Lake Macquarie City FC

Club ChampionshipLake Macquarie City FC

Club of the Year Lake Macquarie City FC

Grand Final Winners – Wallsend FC

PremiersLake Macquarie City FC

 

Herald Women’s Premier League Award Winners

14 Years Grand Final Winners – South Wallsend JFC

14 Years Premiers – FMNC

16 Years Grand Final Winners – Adamstown Rosebud JFC

16 Years Premiers – Adamstown Rosebud JFC

18 Years Grand Final Winners – Thornton Redbacks FC

18 Years Premiers – Wallsend FC

Leading Goal Scorer – Adriana Jones, Warners Bay FC

Club of the Year – Wallsend FC

Players of the YearJenna Kingsley , Wallsend FC

Grand Final Winners – Warners Bay FC

Premiers – Adamstown Rosebud JFC

 

PS4 NPL NNSW AWARD WINNERS                                                        

19 Years Grand Final Winners – Broadmeadow Magic FC

19 Years Premiers – Emerging Jets

22 Years Grand Final Winners – Emerging Jets

22 Years Premiers – Broadmeadow Magic FC

Leading Goal Scorer – Kane Goodchild, Hamilton Olympic

Club Championship – Hamilton Olympic

Rookie of the Year – Reece Pettit, Valentine FC

Goalkeeper of the Year – Danny Ireland, Hamilton Olympic

Club of the Year – Hamilton Olympic

Coach of the Year – Damian Zane, Edgeworth Eagles

PS4 Player of the Year – Kane Goodchild, Hamilton Olympic

Grand Final Winners – Edgeworth Eagles

Premiers – Edgeworth Eagles

 

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