Wednesday, October 13, 2010

New Town Eagles and Taroona announce their award winners




Photos (Top to Bottom): Hiroshi Sagawa won Taroona's 'The Rohner' award; Adam McKeown (right) was New Town Eagles' most-consistent award winner; Michael Anderson (nearest the ball) was New Town Eagles' best-and-fairest Premier League player [PlessPix]

Michael Anderson won New Town Eagles’ senior best-and-fairest award at the club's vote count last weekend.

Anderson played in defence or midfield and was a solid performer throughout the season for the club’s Premier League side.

Striker Adam McKeown was adjudged the club’s most consistent senior player, while Steve Louden took out the coach’s award.

Barry Pope won Eagles’ reserves’ best-and-fairest award, while Matt Fennell was the reserves’ most consistent.

In the Under-19s, Brody Holmes was the best-and-fairest player, Travis Ware the most consistent, and Ryan Nutting was presented with the coach’s award.

Eagles’ Division Two best-and-fairest player was Damien Bones, while Brent Leonard won the award for Eagles’ Division Three side.

Saad Pasalic won the club’s ‘Golden Boot” award as the top goalscorer.

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Central defender Lucas Wyatt was Taroona’s best-and-fairest Premier League player, while goalkeeper Rob Hortle won the coach’s award.

Hiroshi Sagawa was the Premier Reserves’ best-and-fairest player and the utility player also won The Rohner ‘Best Team Player’ award.

The coach’s award in the reserves went to Jordan Wright.

In the Under-19s, Dominic Maher-Pyrke was the best-and-fairest award winner, while Chalerm Tuantab took out the coach’s award.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jason Dawes and Aaron Marney to Knights for 2011?
http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=72851&id=1664816422#!/event.php?eid=159348984085392

Anonymous said...

so you think Darrin Chaffey is going there as well? not exactly hard to click accept on that thing mate

Anonymous said...

guys that is no different to nearly the whole league going to olympia info night... will they actually sign??

Dawesy and Marney are mates with some of the boys so are probably just going for the food!!

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't be too sure, I heard Dawes and Rhodesy had a falling out at the end of last year....

Anonymous said...

If Dawes goes to Knights he won't play seniors straight away. They wouldn't start him over the likes of Smith, Koroma, Nowicki. They have all scored goals at Premier League level the last couple of years unlike Dawes.

Anonymous said...

If Dawes goes to Knights he won't play seniors straight away. They wouldn't start him over the likes of Smith, Koroma, Nowicki. They have all scored goals at Premier League level the last couple of years unlike Dawes.

If you think Dawes isn't of the same calibre of the boys you've named then your dreaming and clearly haven't saw him play, or played against him!

Tommy said...

I hear the Knights have an open Dawes policy as such I wouldn't be surprised if he got a start early Dawes. Rumour has it the committee and coaches would hate to see Dawes slammed shut on anyone looking to join the club.

Boom boom ching.

And for those that have lived in Sydney; Dawes! Dawes! Dawes! More Dawes!

I'm Back said...

Anonymous at 6:23. Aaron Marney to Knights, very funny. You obviously don't know the Little Champ like we do. Very loyal the Little Captain and then ask yourself why he would possibly want to go to the Knights ?

Now Chaffey, yep a distinct possibility.

Anonymous said...

Armadu will be a centre midfielder in 2011, he only played upfront last season because Knights had no other strikers.

I agree with the other comments that div1 goals mean nothing compared to Premier League goals.

Anonymous said...

Neither would get a game at Knights anyway. Reserves probably but definitely not senior material.

Anonymous said...

Dawes and Marney would walk into the knights senior side, who is there to stop them?? Nowicki is nothing compared to dawes and knights only have clay on the wing. if u want to include the other wingers they have you need to wake up.

I'm Back said...

Anonymous at 12.48. You obviously have a very inflated idea of how good the Knights were and what they are going to be left with.

There's a few Div 4 players around that I reckon the Knights should be going after at the moment.

Anonymous said...

oh dear more uneducated comments, get serious!

Anonymous said...

div 1 is a joke and players like akuel guot scored 40 goals in a season so says it all

nowicki would score 50 in that league and is better than dawes

Anonymous said...

Nowicki would score 50? have you seen dawes play to compare him to a ressie player at best? clearly not. when dawes dominates next year just have to say i told you so.

I'm Back said...

After Dawes effort at Metro Awards night last night he can't leave quick enough.

Anonymous said...

Sour grapes from Metro people that Dawes is leaving by the looks of this. Disgraceful really if he wants to have a crack at premier league why not let him? Metro`s not going to be up there any time soon.

I'm Back said...

Anonymous at 5.40, I'm not sure you read my blog properly. Many people are happy to see him go and after his behaviour Saturday night have no intention of trying to hold him back.

I think your use of the word disgraceful has been incorrectly applied.

Good luck to the Knights !!

Anonymous said...

Metro are the ones who will need luck to ever get back to the Premier League. Oh you've got Jayden Wiggins, you're fine. haha.

Anonymous said...

obviously theres a real problem at metro with everyone who has been there then left especially over the last 10 years, such a shame on a club that had pretty decent facilites, a club i doubt will be back in the big time anytime soon

Anonymous said...

The club is just a mess and always has been and always will be. To much politics in the club for it to ever improve

Anonymous said...

Well after scoring 40 goals and (if rumour has it) finishing 7th in the B&F vote, i'd be pretty annoyed too.

Anonymous said...

B&F isnt given to someone who scores the goals, its given to someone who does all the little things and gives his all for the team all year has nothing to do with scoring goals. Thats why there is a Goal Scoring Award, its not rocket science.