Football South Award Winners for 2017

The Football South Senior Prizegiving was held last night, with a fantastic turnout from across our senior competitions.

Congratulations to the following individuals and teams who won awards & medals – photos to follow soon:


  • Sportsperson of the Year (male): Tim McLennan (Dunedin Technical)
  • Sportsperson of the Year (female): Eleanor Isaac (Queenstown Rovers)
  • Masters Player of the Year: Matt Blakeley (Roslyn Wakari)
  • Male Personality of the Year: Dan Todd (Roslyn Wakari)
  • Female Personality of the Year: Patrina Roache (Dunedin Technical)
  • Coach of the Year (male): Graeme Smaill (Dunedin Technical)
  • Coach of the Year (female): Coral Seath (Dunedin Technical)
  • Administrator of the Year: Megan O’Malley (University)
  • President of the Year (new): Dan Ferguson (Grants Braes)
  • Young Male Player of the Year: Ben Wade (Caversham)
  • Young Female Player of the Year: Mikayla Gray (Dunedin Technical)
  • Referee of the Year: Calvin Berg
  • Premier League Referee of the Year: Craig Smith
  • Asst. Referee of the Year: Andrea Verolino
  • Most Promising Referee of the Year: Mark Dungey
  • Male Premier Golden Boot: Tim McLennan (Dunedin Technical, 18 goals)
  • Female Premier Golden Boot: Renee Bacon (Roslyn Wakari, 22 goals)
  • ODT Southern Premier League Champions: Caversham
  • Kingsgate Women’s Premier League Champions: Dunedin Technical
  • Women’s Division 1 Champions: Roslyn Wakari Rogues
  • Division 1 AJ Grant Playgear Champions: Dunedin Technical
  • Division 2 Amalgamated Builders Champions: Balclutha
  • Division 3 Downie Stewart Champions: Green Island
  • Division 4 Brandwell Moller Champions: Roslyn Wakari Chargers
  • Masters 35s AJ Grant Clothesline Champions: Northern Relics
  • Masters 45s Law Courts Hotel Champions: Green Island
  • South Island Championship: Caversham
  • Hanlin Shield: Roslyn Wakari