Curtin Names It's Stars

17 OCT 2015 | BY CURTIN FOOTBALL COMMITTEE

Curtin University Football Club named their stand out players for 2015 at their sold out awards night on Saturday evening. The big winners were Nicole Mcvicar, who was named Curtin’s Female State League Player of the Year, and Eddie Tikoft who won the same award for the men’s side. Up and coming youngster Jim Wallace was also recognised for an outstanding season being named the under 18 player of the year.

Head coach Liam Pollock was full of praise for Mcvicar, a new signing this year who plays as a box to box midfielder. “Nicole quickly demonstrated her talent, positive attitude and leadership capabilities. She grew to become a key part of our team and she has an eye for goal, including the spectacular, which is an added bonus” he said.

On Wallace’s season Under 18’s coach and Curtin’s Technical Director was full of praise for a “young leader with so much potential.” “The team started the season brightly and outperformed last year’s season but more importantly continued to develop into outstanding young men” he went on to say.

Club President Campbell Ballantyne said of Tikoft’s year “Eddie was Mr Consistency this year and really stepped up in key moments for us.” In regards to the season’s results he waxed philosophically about next year after commenting on a squad decimated by injury he pointed out that as “players came back into the team we achieved some very promising results and are optimistic about next year.”

Ballantyne was also full of praise for the clubs volunteer workforce. “The club has had a huge year off the pitch having completed a formal merger process between the junior and senior sides. The results of this will follow through for years to come.”

Other Awards Winners on the night were:

Mens Sunday League Div 4 First Team
MVP – Chris Ward
Players Player – Adrian Cinanni
Young Player of the Year – Jack Kenny
Golden Boot – Henry Sichembe
Golden Goal – Henry Sichembe

Mens Sunday League Div 4 Reserves
MVP – Marcus Hill
Players Player – Luke Eckel
Young Player of the Year – Lockie Drysdale
Golden Boot – Rhys Cransberg
Golden Goal – Toorage Hassan

Womens State League Division One First Team
MVP – Nicole Mcvicar
R/up MVP – Becky Gibson
Coach’s Player – Jessica Whiteaker
Most Improved – Zahra Husseini
Players player – Liana Burchell

Womens State League Division One Reserves
MVP – Alana Muir
R/up MVP – Lesly Acevado
Coach’s Player – Celena Lyons
Most Improved – Sahar Abbas
Players player – Sarah Johnsen

Womens Metro League Division Six
Players Player – Homa
MVP – Homa
R/up MVP – Susie
Most Improved – Pavitra
Coaches Player – Irene

Mens State League Division Two First Team
MVP – Eddie Tikoft
Most Improved – Rob Keegan
Golden Boot – Albert Bucchino
Goldden Goal – Khaled Salhah
Clubman – Antony Russo

Mens State League Division Two Reserves
MVP – Macca Ferguson
Most Improved – Dom
Golden Boot – Mohamad Noor
Golden Goal – Mohamad Noor
Clubman – Calum McMulkin

Mens State League Division Two Under 18s
MVP – Jim Wallace
Most Improved – Braydon Nicholas
Golden Boot – Braydon Nicholas
Golden Goal – Mitch Fernando
Clubman – Martin Hogg

Mens Metro North Div 3
MVP – Jordan Stanich
Golden Boot – Jordan Stanich
Best New Player – Jordan Stanich

Mens Metro North Div 4
MVP – Jordan Behar
Golden Boot – Jack Cooke
Best New Player – Shaun Davy