SEASON 2019 FAIREST & BEST AWARDS
Each Year Quinns Districts Junior Football Club holds a Fairest & Best vote count night for those teams playing in the Youth Competition. These votes are done during the games played throughout the home and away season by 3 different voters per game; the coach, a parent, the opposition or a committee member. The highest vote getter for the season is declared the Fairest & Best player for their team, with the second highest declared Runner Up Fairest & Best.
|Team||Fairest & Best Winner||Fairest & Best Runner Up|
|Year 7/8 Typhoons||Emily Hodsworth||Jasmin Sjoland|
|Year 8 Cyclones||Aiden Young||Tomoya Whetstone|
|Year 8 Thunder||Kye Jones||Luke Foster|
|Year 9 Cyclones||Jake Kennedy||Kai Orr|
|Year 9 Thunder||Keir Liddell||Jasper Scaife|
|Year 9 Tornadoes||Joey Mellor||Anthony Galea|
|Year 10 Lightning||James Ettia||Jack Wintergreene|
|Year 10 Thunder||Byron Sherwood||Zac Bennett|
|18s Cyclones||Garang Deng||Brayden McCarthy|
|18s Bulls||Ethan Bradford||Matthew O’Brien|
SEASON 2019 COACHES AWARDS
In addition to the Fairest & Best recipients, the coaches for each team playing in the Youth Competition award players for being the Most Consistent player over the season, the Most Improved player over the season and the Coaches Award which is given to a player that the coach thinks has made an outstanding contribution to the team over the season.
|Team||Most Improved||Most Consistent||Coaches Award|
|Year 7/8 Typhoons||Caitlyn Carr||Olivia Colotti||Ellie Morton|
|Year 8 Cyclones||Tyson Cross||Xaander Smit||Tynan O’Reilly|
|Year 8 Thunder||Riley Whittaker||Andreas Hough||Levi Yewers|
|Year 9 Cyclones||Riley Searson||Shannon Check||Loegan Southee|
|Year 9 Thunder||Ryan Gilling||Kayden Vearing||Logan Miller|
|year 9 Tornadoes||Daniel Vail||Keeran Erikson||William Hampson|
|Year 10 Lightning||Tom Butcher||Daniel Mann||Jaxon Sharpe|
|Year 10 Thunder||Chad Hodge||Tayln Robis||Lucas Wesley|
SEASON 2019 CLUB AWARDS
The Club also recognises the dedication and hard work that goes on off the field by both players and volunteers, and presents the following awards each year;
Bob Rintoul Award (Sponsored by Joondalup Trophies)
Bob Rintoul was the first President of Quinns Districts Junior Football Club. Each year the Club presents one player from the Modified age group an award in his name. Each coach has the opportunity to nominate one of their players that they feel is most dedicated to their club, team, coach and peers. They must show good sportsmanship and fairness within their team.
2019 Bob Rintoul Award Winner – Tighe Wynne
West Perth Award (Sponsored by West Perth Football Club)
The West Perth Encouragement Award is a trophy presented to one of our open rules players. Each coach has the opportunity to nominate one of their players that they feel is most dedicated to their club, team, coach and peers. They must show good sportsmanship and fairness within their team.
2019 West Perth Award Winner – Tom Strauss
Amateur’s Award (Sponsored by Quinns Districts Amateur Football Club)
The Amateur’s Best Clubman Award is given to one of the members in the most senior team in the club. The selection is made by the coach and is to be someone they feel is one of the most dedicated players to not only his team but the club and shows sportsmanship and fairness throughout.
2019 Amatuer’s Award Winner – Billy Harris
Rising Star Award
All votes received for the Club’s Fairest & Best awards are added to those West Perth District Fairest & Best votes awarded by the West Perth umpires throughout the course of the season. The player who receives the highest combined total number of votes is declared the Club’s Rising Star.
2019 Rising Star Winner – Byron Sherwood
Each year the recipient of this award is chosen by the Club’s President and Vice President and is given to a member, group or family who they feel has excelled in their commitment to the club over the year.
2019 President’s Award Winner – The Robis Family
Coach of the Year
The recipient of this award is chosen by the Coach Coordinators and is given to a coach who has shown the highest level of commitment to their team.
2019 Coach of the Year Winner – Mick Robis
Manager of the Year
The recipient of this award is chosen by the Registrars and is given to a manager who has shown the greatest dedication to the smooth running of their team.
2019 Manager of the Year Winner – Tish Walker
Playing Life Membership
Awarded to any player who has reached the milestone of playing 150 games for the Club in both Modified and Youth Competitions.
2019 Playing Life Member Inductees – Zarne Robis & Ben Lewis
Nomination for Life Membership shall be from recommendations of a member for persons who have contributed not less than 8 years outstanding service to the Club. Nominations must be presented to and approved by 3 existing Life Members of the Club.
2019 Life Member Inductee – Sandra Dullard