HOT SHOTS: Prizewinnersrear from left: coach Ken Mackenzie, life member Nathan Adamson, most improved first grader Alex Jefferi
HOT SHOTS: Prizewinnersrear from left: coach Ken Mackenzie, life member Nathan Adamson, most improved first grader Alex Jefferi

Gunners reward their best shots



SOUTH Services Grafton Gunners wound up their season with their presentation night at their sponsors venue, the Good Intent Hotel.

The evening gave the Gunners the opportunity to thank the hard-working members of their club, who contribute off the field to their on-field successes.

Included in the award winners wwere Ken Mackenzie (coach), Sharon Powell who was a tireless worker col- lecting money and generally making sure everything was up to scratch, Rhonda Adamson and son Nathan who never stop working and anybody else who helped the club.

Also to our sponsors GI Hotel and Loose Screws.

Trophy winners for the 2005 season in the GI Hotel Gunners team were: Phil Hirst: Golden Boot with 11 goals; Alex Jeffries: Most Improved; Broden Hirst: Rookie of the Year; Michael Duroux: Player of the Year.

Gunners Orange trophy winners were: Dennis Taylor: Golden Boot with 13 goals; Ray Hanna: Most Improved; James Jackson: Player of the Year.

Gunners Mauve trophy winners were: Troy McLaren: Golden Boot with four goals; Brad McLaren: Must Improved; Jo Powell: Player of the Year.

It was a very successful first season in the Clarence/Coffs competition with the team making the grand final only to be defeated 1-nil by Orara.

There was one special award made on the night which was Nathan Adamson receiving Life Membership to the club.

The club and players would like to thank Nathan for his non-stop work for the club over the seasons.



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