The Senior Grade `Most Consistent Player' Award
is dedicated to the memory of Travis Hopper
<image=2 align="center">Travis was born on 25th October 1971. He played for the Nepean Colts Under 20s in 1989 and 1990 and First Grade for the Penrith club in 1989 and 1991. In his short career he won a number of awards, most notably the 1990 Armstrong Medal, which was awarded to the Sydney Football League Under 20's (Division 2) Best and Fairest Player. Travis died on 28th July 1991 as a result of a car accident. He was returning home with friends after playing football for Penrith. Travis was the beloved son of Judy Hopper.
The Penrith A.F.C's Senior Grade`Most Consistent Player' Award
is our ongoing dedication to Travis's memory.
<image=2 align="center">The `Club Person of the Year' Award
is dedicated to the memory of Dianne Guymer
<image=1 align="center">Dianne was born on 18th May 1972 and came from a family with a long background in Australian Rules Football, from her grandfather and uncle, to her father Vince and brother Chris. Dianne played junior football with the St Clair club in 1982, 1983 and 1984, winning several trophies. Later, she also acted as boundary umpire and water girl for the Nepean Colts. Dianne was a vocal supporter of both the Penrith and Blacktown clubs, and died in the same car accident as Travis Hopper. Dianne was the beloved daughter of Vince and Lyn Guymer.
The Penrith A.F.C's `Club Person of the Year' Award
is our ongoing dedication to Dianne's memory.