Best & Fairest Awards

Mynott Medal

Senior Best & Fairest

Paul Mynott has made the most significant contribution to the clubs on field advancement and success. Triple premiership Coach he has had the biggest impact on the improvement of the team and individual players during the clubs most successful decade. Mynott was appointed Playing Coach of the club then in fourth division in 2003 after a distinguished playing career with Dandenong and Oakleigh in the VFA and Bayswater in the EFL. He coached the Club to the 2003 Fourth Division Premiership and the followed up with the 2004 Third Division Premiership. He stepped down as coach of the club following the 2007 season. He returned to the club with six games remaining in the 2010 season with the club facing the potential of relegation to third division, the team won five out of the six remaining matches to narrowly miss the finals. 

In 2011 he took the team to a Preliminary Final and in 2012 defeated Montrose to claim the Second Division Premiership and advance to First Division for only the second time in the clubs history. In 2013 he coached the Clubs first ever Senior win in First Division in a memorable first up win against powerhouse Vermont. The team finished with a highly credible nine wins and nine losses to narrowly miss the finals, he was elected as a Life Member of the Club in 2014. In 2012 in recognition of his outstanding contribution, the Club named its highest playing award the Paul Mynott Medal which is awarded to the player judged Best and Fairest player in the clubs Senior Team in each year.

Healey Medal Reserves / Development Squad

Best & Fairest

David Healey played over 200 games for the club, he is a Life Member and has spent many years as an administrator including two years as President of the Club. David is a willing volunteer in any capacity to assist the club in any way.

Winstone Medal U19s (Colts)

Best & Fairest

Peter was a decorated player and coach of the club with particular interest in the development of younger players in both with their football and more importantly as young men. Peter sadly passed away in 2012.