In an unprecedented year it was a highlight to get together and celebrate the Senior season. The Boundary Hotel in West End was again the venue to celebrate all things senior football for Bardon Latrobe FC.
Over 30s women
Jacqui Greaves picked up the Most Improved player award. Kellie Keane collected both Player’s Player and Coaches Player Awards.
Kellie Keane collects the coaches award.
Over 35 men
Seweryn Bialasiewicz collects the Coaches Player of the Year award.
Paddy MacQueen collected the Player’s Player of the Year Award.
Steve Jones collects the Coaches Player of the Year Award from Keith Brennan.
Oli Mackay accepts the Player’s Player of the Year Award on behalf of Paul Ouk.
Rich Aplin collects the Coaches Player of the Year Award from Phil Jeffries.
Rich Vincent collects the Player’s Player of the Year Award from Captain Stephen Jobbins and Coach Phil Jeffries.
Steve Jones collects the O35s award for exceptional spirit. Paul Ouk was awarded the O35s Golden Boot.
Sean Wanna collects the Coaches Player of the Year Award. Not pictured James Morris and Jake Cho who shared the Player’s Player of the Year Award.
Tom Arnold collects the City 6 Coaches Player of the Year Award from Ben Karagiannakis.
Christian Dresing was jointly awarded the City 6 Player’s Player of the Year Award.
David Chin who was also awarded the Player’s Player of the Year Award.
Michael Cristiano collects the Player’s Player of the Year Award from Head Coach Gilbert Albertson. Not pictured Dan Simpson collected Most Improved and Corbin Redburn collected Coaches Player of the Year Award.
Riley Cooper collected the David Bounds Culture Award from Gil Albertson.
Flynn Ovenden collected the Coaches Player of the Year Award.
Austyn Boardman collected the Player’s Player of the Year Award.
Luke Sutherland picked up the Outstanding Individual Performance Award. Not pictured Dom Thompson picked up club Golden Gloves Award.
Steve Jones collected the Rob Wheeler Spirit of Bardon Latrobe Award from President Phil Cowlishaw and Secretary Karen Dickson. Steve’s efforts as referee coordinator, junior coach, over 35’s player and supporter of other teams being recognised.
Austyn Boardman collects the Tom Connolly Senior Player of the Year Award from Senior Vice President Ross Parker. Austyn moved up from the junior ranks of the club to become an established and much valued first team player.
Samuel Irvine-Casey collected the Rowan Gibney Club-person of the Year Award from President Phil Cowlishaw. Sam was recognised for his service to the committee and club as Treasurer for a number of years. The former Bardon junior is a stalwart in the City teams new and does an enormous amount of work that goes unnoticed by many. He has modernised antiquated systems and given the club a platform for success.