The Minahan Medal is awarded to the CAFL fairest and most brilliant player in the competition each season as judged by the umpires and is named after Mona Minahan. She was a prominent business women who first donated the medal to the CAFL in 1947.
South Football Club legend Charlie Maher Jnr has taken out the medal for the 3rd time and has become the most highly awarded player in the CAFL….winning in 2005, 2012 and now 2014. Congratulations Charlie.
Other award winners were:
CAWFL Margaret Liddle Medal: Ebony Miller (Pioneers) and Kalea Lovell (Alice Springs) both on 18 points.
CAWFL Goal Kicking: Nicolette ‘Sissy’ Dunn )46 goals.
U17′s Leading Goal Kicking: Cody Marriott.
Southern Cross TV ‘Rising Star Award for 2014: Michaelis McMasters.
2014 Professional Club Award: Rovers Football Club.
CAAMA Golden Whistle Award: Khosi Khumalo.
CAAMA Division 1 Minahan Medal Count: Adrian Dixon (Laramba).
CAFL Division 2 Patron Medal Count: Clifton Brumby (Areyonga Tigers).
Premier League Goal Kicking Award: Thomas Gorey (Pioneers)
Harrison Trophy in honour of all the hard work they do…goes to: Julieanne Prior and Lisa Johnson.
Congratulations to all the award winners and Thank you to the presenters……Grant Hansen & Shelley Ware.