Tuesday, October 20, 2009

DOSA and Tilford Zebras award winners

Photos (Top to Bottom): Henry Fagg (left) scooped the pool at the Tilford Zebras award night; DOSA's Michael Langshaw (left) is the club's most promising player in the seniors and reserves; DOSA's Mark Wakefield and Richard Korn (in the maroon strip) featured in the club's awards; Michael Langshaw had some bad tomes this season, too; Jayden Hey, who was DOSA's best-and-fairest, together with Scott MacCrum, races away with the ball; Zebras' Ricky Self, shown on the ball, was the club person of the year for the Zebras

Northern Suburbs DOSA held their presentation dinner on Saturday and the award winners were as follows:


Best & Fairest - Jayden Hey & Scott MacCrum

Coaches Award - Richard Korn

Most Improved - Michael Langshaw

Players Player - Mark Wakefield


Best & Fairest - Jeremy Parry

Coaches Award - Jack Mason

Most Improved - Michael Langshaw

Players Player - Jeremy Parry


Best & Fairest - Michael Langshaw

Coaches Award - Nick Butt

Most Improved - Jack Mason

Team Player - Jessica Harris


Best & Fairest - Eugene Rosenzweig

Coaches Award - Michael Schmalfuss

Most Improved - Chris Ashcroft

Players Player - John Wallace


Henk Ygosse 'Best Club Person' - Simon Natoli

Del Story 'Most Committed Member' - Joseph O'Hea


Sita Ygosse and Nick Stowe

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Tilford Zebras also presented their awards on Saturday night and defender Henry Fagg took out the senior best-and-fairest award, as well as the players’ player-of-the-year’ award..

Matt Hall was the most promising youth player, the best-and-fairest, and the players’ player-of-the-year in the reserves.

Declan Smith was the best-and-fairest in the under-19s and Sam Hall the players’ player-of-the-year.

Erin Williams took out the best-and-fairest award and the players’ player-of-the-year in the Premier Women’s team.

The Division One women’s best-and-fairest was Jo Slijkerman.

Emidio Giusti was Zebras’ ‘member of the year’, while Ricky Self was the ‘club person of the year’.


ginger said...

only 21 and already a dual best and fairest winner at a very strong club. Well done Henry.
Had a top year and well deserved. somehow didnt even get an invite to the vic tuting....

Tommy said...

Henry is a fantastic player at such a relatively young age, it's frightening to think that his best is still ahead of him. The player's player award shows what high regard he's held in amongst his team mates. I know I've gone on record stating that I love playing with him.