Awards for 2009

Congratulations to all our awards winners for this season. The certificates were presented by club President Alex Pettie at the Annual Awards Event on Saturday 6th June 2009.

Other years' awards: 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017

Playing Awards
Club Player of the Year
Cameron Crawford
Most Improved P2 Player
Matthew Witney
Most Improved P5 Player
Thomas Barker
Most Improved P3 Player
Ben Mackintosh
Most Improved P6 Player
Kieran Fergusson
Most Improved P4 Player
Thomas Snodgrass
Most Improved P7 Player
Iain Lawson
Most Improved Midi Player
David Wilson
Most Improved Player (Over 45 category)
Douglas Goodall
On-field Achievement
Team Performance of the Year
Combined P6/7 Team at the Murrayfield Wanderers Tournament
Most Passion and Pride
Cameron Cumming
Most Direct Running
Heather Reid and Fraser Mitchell
Best Hand Off
Daniel Mackintosh
Least Direct Running
Max Malone, Oscar Malone, Peter Rowe and Caleb Dickson
Culinary Excellence Awards
Best Soup
Gail Pettie
Consistent Culinary Excellence
Brandon Malone
Most Hot Dogs Eaten
Andrew Mitchell
Injuries
Best Injury
Kevin Aitken
Most Fraudulent Injury
Kevin Aitken, Fraser Mitchell and Mark Ritchie
Most Attempts
Russell Aitken
Best Injury (sustained by a Spectator)
Walter Thomson
Stupidest Injury
Harry Donnelly
Loudest noise whilst injured
Euan McQuillan
Sartorial Elegance Awards
Best Mullet
Peter Rainey and Russell Aitken
Spikiest Hair
Geoff Parry
Men in Tights
Robert Brook
Worst Boots
Fraser Mitchell
Consistent Fashion Crimes
David Kennedy
Hypocritical Fashion Nominations
Gavin McQuillan
Competitive Coaches Awards
Most Competitive
Gavin McQuillan
Most disappointed at not being "Most Competitive"
David Barker
Most Allergic to Rain
Alistair Mackintosh
"Firsts"
(Best) First Try (after 3 years of trying)
Brandon Malone
Memorable First Bus Trip
Geoff Parry
First Full Game without Injury
Barry Turnbull

Other years' awards: 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017

 

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