CLUB TROPHY WINNERS ANNOUNCED

39 Boys and 16 girls were recognised with trophy awards at Maori Hill JFC’s 2014 club breakup.

 

The premier Sportsperson of the Year Cup was awarded to 15th grade player Cameron Scott. Cameron is a long-standing Maori Hill player, who has also been and Otago representative player since 11th grade, and a member of the Otago Under-16 Futsal team. As well as playing, Cameron has been involved in providing one-on-one coaching to a number of up-and-coming younger players in the club.

 

The other trophy winners are listed below, by team:

 

 

 

Most Valuable Player

Most Improved Player

 

 

 

 

7 Red

 

Fergus Miller

William Parry

7 Great Whites

 

Benjamin Crump

Thomas MacBeth

7 Country

 

Arlo Bickerstaff

Alexis Owen

 

 

 

 

8 Red

 

Cherry Cooper Jaggard

Xavier Radel

8 Maroon

 

Kieran Black

Mya Haigh

8 Crimson

 

Nicole Mnyanyi

Matilda Savage

8 Country

 

Toby Orchiston

Ollie Ashford

 

 

 

 

9 Red

 

Connor Stephenson

Jared Lau

9 White

 

Will Knight

Jamie Hall

9 Crimson

 

Isabel Parry

Abby Mason

9 Country

 

Maddy Lobb

Louis Farrant

 

 

 

 

10 White

 

Harrison Marshall

Lachie McLennan

10 Yellow

 

Nicholas Friedlander

Peter McNab

10 Black

 

George Hamilton

Ethan Cook

10 Silver

 

Alix Lough

Caitlin Strong

10 Crimson

 

Emily Brosnahan

Rosa Lines

10 Country

 

Jack Cotton

Issac Brogan

 

 

 

 

11 Black

 

Reuben Cook

Angus Brett

11 White

 

Oliver Colloty

Lourenco Botafogo

11 Maroon

 

Andre Radel

Sam Tait

 

 

 

 

12 Red

 

Jonathan Brook

Jacob Whitty

12 Crimson

 

Georgia Ward

Meg Anderson

 

 

 

 

13 Red

 

Brynn Sinclair

Joe McKee

13 White

 

Patrick Zhang

John Lee

13 Silver

 

Hahna Nichols

Kate MacBeth

 

 

 

 

14 Black

 

George Sinclair

Jonathan Walkinshaw

 

 

 

 

15 Gold

 

Max Chu

Jack Kelly




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