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Maclean president Matthew Farrell and secretary Skye Davidson with the Fair Play trophies the Bobcats collected for the 2018 season. Photo: Green Shoots Marketing

Fair Play to Maclean

September 2nd, 2018

THERE was no shortage of awards for Maclean at the North Coast Football senior presentation night.

With the clubs gathered at C.ex Coffs on Saturday night, the Bobcats were rewarded for playing their football in the right spirit with a string of Fair Play awards.
Maclean’s Men’s 2nd Division North, Women’s 2nd Division North and Men’s Reserves all received a Fair Play trophy in recognition of those team’s exemplary behaviour that promotes the spirit of fair play and compassion.
Men’s Premier League goalkeeper Alex Moffitt topped off a great season between the posts when he was named as the Goalkeeper of the Year.
Moffitt edged out Westlawn Tigers custodian Charlie Moar and Boambee’s Darcy Newell for the prize.
Club veteran Jarred Doyle was in the running for the highly coveted Player of the Year trophy but the most referees votes for the Men’s Premier League season went to Boambee’s Lachlan Moye.
Perpetual Premier trophies that will stay with the club fr the next 12 months were awarded to Majos for Men’s 2nd Division, Westlawn Tigers for Women’s 2nd Division North while the Coutts Crossing Blue team won the prize for finishing on top of the table in the Men’s 3rd Division North competition.
The same Coutts Crossing team was also awarded a Fair Play trophy.
FAIR PLAY TROPHY WINS
Over-35s Men – Coffs City United
Over-30s Women – Sawtell
Men’s 3rd Division South – Nambucca Strikers
Men’s 3rd Division North – Coutts Crossing Blue
C.ex Group Women’s Division – Woolgoolga United 2
Men’s 2nd Division South – Sawtell
Men’s 2nd Division North – Maclean
Women’s 2nd Division North – Maclean Green
Men’s Reserves – Maclean
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