Dzufer claims Roos B&F

Daniel Dzufer has capped off a stellar first year with the Roos, claiming the club's Best & Fairest in front of 190 people at Maroochy RSL on Friday night. In a see-sawing count which saw the lead change 6 times, Dzufer's 13 goals in the final round  secured the award ahead off Josh Norman in second. Last year's winner, Jackson Ryan rounded out the top three.

Norman and Ryan swappped the top spot of the leaderboard over the first 10 rounds before Dzufer took a slim lead in round 11. He held the spot for two rounds when  Norman wrestled it back in round 13 with a win over Nambour (in which Jack Gale took all available votes).

Dzufer then claimed 29 of the the 30 available votes in the next two rounds and then all 15 available votes int he final round to secure the gong.

In a humble speech, Dzufer spoke highly about the footy club and how much he's enjoyed the year, and dclared that he was going nowhere next season much to the delight of the 190-strong audience.

(Download PDF of the top 10 and other award winners at bottom of this page).

The most exciting vote count of the night, however, went to the Colts boys which went down to the final round and resulted with just 10 votes separating the top 6.

With just two rounds to play, Lachlan Broadstock sat in 6th place, 15 points behind then leader James Puschmann. Broadstock, however, came home wth a wet sail to claim the trophy by 3 votes ahead of Kelly Sidebottom, with Puschmann a furtehr 2 votes back in third.

Reserve Grade was taken out by Dave Hulsman followed by David Bell and then Justin Noonan.

Third grade was won by Zach Epstein with second spot being tied between Matt Toohey and Michael Epstein who, remarkably, is Zach's dad. Sensational effort!

The night also saw Lisa Daldy given the Neil Upton Award which recognises outstanding contribution to the club.

Harrison Kerr (son of Roos great Peter Kerr) took out the club leading goalkicker award while Jack Gale was recognised by the Past Roos Association as the MVP.

 

The Awards....

Seniors

B&F standings
3 vote cards each with 5,4,3,2,1. Max 15 votes available per round.

Daniel Dzufer –142 votes
Josh Norman –116 votes
Jack Gale –96 votes
Jackson Ryan –89 votes
Michael Roberts –56 votes
Jason Ainsworth –26 votes
Greg Stirton –24 votes
Nigel Baker –22 votes
Liam O’Halloran –19 votes
Matt McCosker –18 votes

Best U20 player - Dan Ryan
Best Defender - Brett Pearson
Best Finals Player - Jason Ainsworth

Colts

B&F standings
3 vote cards each with 5,4,3,2,1. Max 15 votes available per round.

Lachlan Broadstock–62 votes
Kelly Sidebottom –59 votes
James Puschmann –57 votes
Jy Bennett –55 votes
Zach Carlson –54 votes
Harrison Kerr –52 votes
Jason Kennedy –49 votes
Baiden Howard –36 votes
Brady McCosker –33 votes
Dylan Menti –31 votes

Coaches Award - Nick Paterson
Most Consistent - James Puschmann
Best Finals Player - Lachlan Broadstock

Reserves

B&F standings
3 vote cards each with 3,2,1. Max 9 votes available per round.

David Hulsman –41 votes
David Bell –27 votes
Justin Noonan –17 votes
Brandon Maki –16 votes
Liam O’Halloran –16 votes
Brendan Fair –14 votes
Jason Kennedy –13 votes
Jesse Goldfinch –13 votes
Sean Gleeson –12 votes
Brayden Moor –11 votes

Most Determined - Braydon Moor
Best Defender - Tim Hynes
Best Finals Player - Sean Gleeson

Thirds

B&F standings
3 vote cards each with 3,2,1. Max 9 votes available per round.

Zach Epstein –27 votes
Matthew Toohey –24 votes
Michael Epstein –24 votes
Jordan Lovini –22 votes
Adrian Stainsby –19 votes
Timothy Lowes –19 votes
Mitchell Bird –17 votes
Jason Weckert –16 votes
Steve Parker –16 votes
Elliot Pryor –15 votes

Coaches Award - Timothy Lowes
Best Finals Player - Elliot Pryor
Best Team Man - Andrew Wass

Other Awards

Club Leading Goalkicker  - Harrison Kerr (57 Goals)
Neil Upton Award Winner - Lisa Daldy
Past Roos Association MVP - Jack Gale

 

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A PDF OF ALL AWARD WINNERS




Comments

Comment Guidelines: The SportsTG Network is made up of players, families and passionate sports followers like you who have a strong opinion about sport. That's great - we want you to have your say and share your thoughts with the world. However, we have a few rules that you must follow to keep it fun for all. Please don't be rude, abusive, swear or vilify others. Apart from some pretty serious sport sanctions, we also can ban you and report you if things get out of hand. So play fair and have fun, and thanks for your contribution.