AFL TOWNSVILLE UMPIRES
2018 Presentation Night
On the Night
2018 Award Winners
Thanks to our Coaches!
Masters - Certificates of Appreciation
Life Membership - Ed Brown reading Darren's history with the association.
Ed presenting Darren with his life membership pin
Number of Game Milestone - Chris Forster of AFLQ presenting
50 Games - Liley Gray, Nick Tiley, Kobi Parker, Liley Gray, Tyson Radunz, Tylor Wynette, Richard Kelly, Gerry Phipps, Allan Harding (abs)
150 Games: Katrina Orr, Malcolm Gray, Nicole Abercrombie, Kiah Gray
200 grames - Jarrod Guppy, Will Orr, Kimberley Harding
250 Games - Ryan Powell and Cheryl Gray
350 Games - Peter James
450 Games - Darren Abercrombie
500 Games - Ed Brown and Ian Spurrell (absent)
Special Award - Jim Thompson 1000 games. We think he has done more!!
Training Attendance - Junior - tie with Emma and Tyson Radunz
Training Attendance - Senior - Katrina Orr
Training Attendance - non umpire - Kristen Radunz
Best First Year Junior - Deklen Emonsen (absent)
Best First Year Umpire - Senior - Jed Matz
Most Improved Junior - Allan Harding (absent)
Most Improved Senior - Kiah Gray (absent collected by Mum Cheryl)
Goal Umpire of the Year - Katrina Orr
Boundary Umpire of the Year - Josh Anderson
Field Umpire of the Year - Andrew Crook
Junior Umpire of the Year - Tylor Winnett - sponsor Astute Finance
Junior of the Year award this year also received a signed shirt from the Indigenous Round.
Encouragement Awards - Tyson Radunz, Lachlan Watt, Hayden Dowdell, Duncan Barlagen
Overall Team Effort Award - Tyson Radunz
Doug Pearce Club Person of the Year - Kimberley Harding
Presidents Award - Col Radunz
RUMs Award - Jim Thompson
Far Kup - Tie Katrina Orr and Tyson Radunz
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