Congratulations to all winners at the Berry Powell and Nalder Tracey Night last night.
Please see list below.
Congratulations to Jade Richardson (Newstead) the 2019 rookie of the year.
Jade won the award from Maddie Farrell (Harcourt - 14 votes), Bridget Mason (Natte Bealiba- 13 votes) and Charlotte Cain (Maryborough Rovers - 11 votes) Zac Mortlock (Natte Bealiba) is this year’s football rookie of the year with 21 votes.
Lachlan Pett (Lexton - 13 votes) was second followed by Riley Matricardi (Trentham - 12 votes) and Angus McKinna (Carisbrook - 10 votes). Congratulations boys.
MCDFNL Max Martin Club Administrator Of The Year goes to Jamie Cox of Maldon. Thanks for everything you do not just Jamie, but to every volunteer in the league. It is not possible without the assistance of you all.
Our first vote count of the night is complete with Colleen Drummond (Avoca) and Madeline Matheson (Trentham) sharing the honours with 26 votes. Megan Millgate (Lexton) was the runner up with 25 votes. Congratulations girls.
Congratulations to B grade winner Stacey Shepherd (Royal Park) for being named the 2019 best and fairest with 30 votes from runners up Kirrily McKay (Harcourt) and Maggie Quinlan (Avoca) on 27 votes.
Congratulations to the Reserves Leading Goal Kicker Jamie Cox (Maldon) who finished with 125 goals. An outstanding achievement. Second place was James Walton (Avoca) with 58 goals.
Congratulations Tyler Booth (Talbot) for taking out the Reserves best and fairest with 25 votes from Travis Cornwill (Carisbrook) on 21 votes.
Congratulations to Clayton Scoble and Rick Dowling (Trentham) for taking out the AFL Goldfields Coaches Association Coach Of The Year.
The Maryborough Advertiser have presented their popular Netballer of the Year and Lyal Eales Footballer of the Year awards. Congratulations to Jessica Hollett (Avoca FNC) and Joel Cowan (Trentham FNC) on their respective awards!
In her first season with the club, Avoca FNC's Jessica Hollett has taken out the Nalder Tracey Medal as league Best & Fairest with 31 votes. Last year's winner Laura Hurse (Carisbrook FNC) has finished runner-up with 27 votes. Congratulations ladies!
Carisbrook have taken out the 2019 MCDFNL Carlton Club Champion Perpetual Tophy, with a total of 133 wins across football and netball. An outstanding achievement! Avoca (119 points) and Lexton (116 points) taking out 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Senior leading goal kicking has once again been won by Ash Munari (Carisbrook FNC) clearing his tally of last year with 97 goals in the home and away season!
Congratulations to 2019 Berry Powell Medallist Joel Cowan (Trentham FNC), taking Senior Football's highest individual award with 18 votes. The count went down to the wire with Hayden Kelly (Maldon FNC) and Steven Patterson (Carisbrook FNC) taking runner-up honours with 17 votes.