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2013 Vote Count & Awards Presentation - Results

Oct. 5, 2013

The club held its 2013 Vote Count & Awards Presentation last night at the Geebung Hotel In Hawthorn.

There were plenty of laughs and a great time was had.  Our silent (loud) auction went off well with our themed hampers attracting some furious bidding culminating in some great fundraising for the club.

Thankyou to Chris Mulhallen & Watershed Wines, Dereck Hales from Cadburys & Ryan McKee from the Essendon Football Club for their generous donations.  Thankyou must also go tot he players who donated items for the hampers.

The 50/50 raffle saw all 100 tickets sold for the first time ever and Joel Priestland was the lucky recipient of the $500.00, the 4.5kg Toblerone and four bottles of Watershed Wine.

Congratulations to all the wineers throughout the night and in particular to Paul Mallia who was a very deserved winner of the President's Award.

Matthew Skelt and Jason Harvey were awarded their 10 year skins, Andrew Fitzgerald was recognised for reaching 300 games, Matthew Skelt for 200 games and Dereck Hales for 100 games.


The individual award winners were as follows:

Highest Points Scorer   

Prem A - Jack McCoy

Prem Res - Chris Mulhallen

Prem C1 - Jake Smallman 

Prem C2 - Ivan Kulakovskiy  

Most Valuable Player    

Prem A - Tristan Woods 

Prem Res - Tristan Woods & Chris Mulhallen

Prem C1 - Ryan McKee 

Prem C2 - Romain Dusan  

Best Defence   

Prem A - Jono Pol

Prem Res - Matthew Skelt 

Prem C1 - Dan Burr

Prem C2 - Benjamin Smith  

Best Club Goalie    

Ryan McKee    


Rookies Of The Year
Prem A - Alex Hall

Prem Res - Zac Madej-Carter

Prem C1 - Dan Burr

Prem C2 - Cein Pereira    

Most Improved Players  

Prem A - Paul Lazzarotto

Prem Res - Stephen White

Prem C1 - Rob Duffield

Prem C2 - Justin Yan    

Baby Spoons  

Seb Payette

Keven Bedard

Joel Priestland



The club would like to thank everyone who came out onthe night and helped to make it a success.  


















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