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Super League Presentation Night – Friday 29th May 2015

An enjoyable combined Italian Theme Night and inaugural Presentation Night for the recently concluded Super League competition was held at the clubhouse on Friday 29th May.

The members of the winning 2015 Super League team, Guys and Dolls were presented with their vouchers as were the members of the runners up, Tom Titts.

Premiers: Guys and Dolls ($50 Vouchers)

  • Julie Howard
  • Loris Clark
  • David Forbes
  • Colin Bear
  • Pam Christensen
  • Jim Arnott
  • Geoff Sherman
  • Mark Anderson

Runners Up: Tom Titts ($25 Vouchers)

  • Jocelyn Howson
  • Nan Meagher
  • Peter Walsh
  • Michael Thomas
  • John Eabry
  • Peter Seth
  • Will Norden
  • Trevor Steer

Noreen Webster Award

In addition to the awards to the premiers and runners up, a presentation was also made to Trevor Steer ($50 voucher) for winning the Noreen Webster award for the best player in the Grand Final. Trevor’s 37 points was enough to narrowly beat Geoff Sherman’s 36 points.

Trevor Steer Award

A Brownlow Medal-type ceremony to determine the best player in the regular season matches was also conducted. An exciting finish loomed with 5 players in contention for the award going into the final 7th round. However, with a best on ground performance in the final round, the inaugural Trevor Steer award for the best player in the competition went to John Eabry (Tom Titts) who polled an impressive 20 votes. The final leading vote getters were:

  • John Eabry (Tom Titts) –  20 votes
  • Fred deBondt (Pitch Perfect) – 18 votes
  • Frank Smedley (Royal Blues) – 15 votes
  • Mick Thomas (Tom Titts) – 14 votes
  • Dave Forbes (Guys and Dolls)  -14 votes

John was an exceptionally consistent player throughout the 7 regular-season rounds, polling votes in 6 of the 7 rounds with scores of 34, 38, 34, 27, 35, 35 and 37. Congratulations John! He thoroughly deserved to win the $100 voucher which was presented to him by Trevor Steer.

Thanks for the support of all who entered the competition; it was a lot of fun! Special thanks to Colin Bear who did the lion’s share of the behind-the-scenes work to run the competition. We look forward to running the competition again next year.

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