Awards from Round 9


Club Award – Troy Hatton aka Kiwi; As the NZ version of Trevor Marmalade (the man behind the bar) Kiwi is a regular in assisting Mr Glass in the very important role of Club Barman. He also good sausage cook and helps out around the club where ever it is needed. If only he could bounce the ball.....

Supers Award – William Thomsen aka Apples; for his breakout game in the midfield. His American heritage came to fore as he dished out the 'don't argues' like New York vending machine and collected many hard ball gets. 


Master Award – Kieran Efflier; after a run of injuries his first game back saw Kieran rise above the rest against. His one on ones were well contested and decision making very good. Kieran's good form must have had the opposition coach worried as the 8 man backline, 6 man weave & 3/4/5 kick out were all pulled of the AFL for serious coaches play book.

Seniors Award – Shaun Kelly aka Scud; Rain, hail or shine (mostly shine) Scud is possibly our most regular attendee at training. All this good work and attention to detail has seen him hone his skills to the point where he fired out a Barry Cable-like handball to Wilks which was all that was required to see him sweep the seniors award for this round. His other dozens possessions were pretty good also.

Awards from Round 8


Club Award

Club Mug Award - Wilks and Glassy shared the mug after the bro-mance boiled over for all to see. In all seriousness though I thought both are deserved recipients for the mug.

Supers Award – went to Brett Cunnigham. Who knew that inside the big unassuming fullback come bus driver lay a goal kicking machine. Brett grabbed his opportunity up forward against the Eastern Hills Cats with both hands and a straight right foot and helped himself to a handful of goals in his breakout game as a tall forward.

Master AwardCraig Dale; being a tall utility Toady can be found in almost any position up and down the spine. His efforts ruck to CHB to FB saw him compete well against the Cats up at Ellenbrook. His body on body is great to watch and he always given a genuine effort.

Seniors Award – 



Awards from Round 7


Club Award

Club Mug Award - Mick Davis

Supers Award – 

Master Award –goes to Big Johno for his great work in the ruck after having also played Supers. Also a mention of Lloydy, Shimma and Sax for playing all three games for the weekend, it was a great team effort from all who played as the opposition was very good  and the game was played in good spirit and as Masters footy should be played. Nigel

Seniors Awardaward went to Eric, for his outstanding run through the middle of the ground and great contest around the ball and in the packs. Worth a mention as well was Silver after a few weeks absent also played well directing traffic through the middle of the ground, and thanks to Ric Floyed for coming up from Bunbury with a slight injury to play, when some guys live a lot closer and aren't injured didn’t bother to turn up at all for any games. Mick D


Awards from Round 6


Club Award – goes to Timmy Dwyer. For his general commitment to the Club and running water


Club Mug Award -


Supers Award – goes to Craig Dale (Toady) a solid effort all day long.


Master Award –goes to Victor Tomlinson (Two Stroke) making great leads and marking well up front.


Seniors Award – goes to Kevin Wood he has worked hard to get back to form. Played both Masters and Seniors which where big running games


Awards from Round 5


Supers award goes to a bloke whose ability to win his one on ones, rebound off halfback and to break the lines with his run setup several inside 50s - Shane 'I love my hat but you can call me Snoop' Taiwhati.


Masters award goes to a guy who stood up in the contests and made the most of his opportunities. He's a quiet bloke on the field but has a deadly left foot - Brendan 'BJ' Johnston.


Club awards goes to Beau 'Baby face' Dewson. He's embraced the club and made it his Friday night home away from home. What's most impressing us his effort at training. He takes instruction well and he's now starting to build his second efforts on the track.



Awards from Round 4


Mug Award: Graeme 'Cheify' Waters. The man who just keeps on truckin' and always gives his utmost on the field and at training. He oozes talent.


Club Award: Tony 'Simmo' Simoni for taking the opportunity to umpire his first game of AFL at the Busselton carnival. Simmo demonstrated great team spirit in taking on this challenge and his willingness to have a go which is what a Masters football is all about.


Supers Award: Dan 'The Man' Carter for his consistent strong performance in the last two games of Supers. Dan hunts the ball exceptionally well and is a good finisher. When he gets the footy it often ends up to our advantage.


Masters Award: Matty 'I'm too cool for a nickname' Smith for racking up more possessions than his idol Nat Fyfe. This lad knows how to pirouette. Some guys add spark. Matty adds sparkle. Maybe there's a nick name here?


Seniors Award: Victor 'Two Stroke' Tomlinson for willing himself to every ruck contest despite the opposing ruck man being the equivalent of a man mountain. Good on ya Vic. You know how to throw yourself into your work that's for sure.


Awards from Round 3


Club Award – Went to Darren (Dasha) Calder for the exceptional compassion he has shown in embracing Adrian's arrival at our Friday night training sessions which in turn grows the Mako brand amongst the local community as more than just a football club. We are a club that's wants to build a stronger community through football.


Club Mug Award - Matthew (Matty) Smith wins the mug for a bunch of good deeds and contributions to making the club a better place. He was recognised for his strong club spirit and leadership.


Supers Award – Went to Brendan (Kingy) King for a solid debut with the Makos. He spent the first half in the middle winning many possessions often giving our outside mids first position after winning the contested footy. He then went to fullback for a well earned rest and continued to win more ball cutting off several Warnbro attacks on goal.


Master Award – Anthony (Simmo) Simoni won the Masters award for following Wilks directions by not kicking the ball and giving the mid field first use of the ball with his productive ruck work around the ground. His contested ball work was first class.


Seniors Award – Paul (Cobber) Rogers. In the conditions we had at Rockingham which were absolutely raining cats and dogs, everyone who played was outstanding and gave there all, but Cobber from a center half back position, worked extra hard to stop the footy from entering the forward line of Rockingham, which he did very well and helped his team mates out up the ground when we was on the Re-bound towards our Goals, Great work Cobber.


Awards from Round 2


Special mentions go to our award winners for the Southern Saints Carnival in Maddington;


Club Award – Jade & Leila Andersen for their extraordinary effort running water.


Club Mug Award - Darren McGoran (Jars) - for endeavours noted through the pre-season, namely dedication to training and self improvement both at training and off this own bat.


Supers Award – Aaron Ward (Meersy)


Master Award – Andrew Boyle (Budgie)


Seniors Award – Jeff Carlisle (Red)


Awards from Round 1

Special mentions go to our award winners for the last fortnight;

Club AwardKevin Wood for backing up after the Seniors game to run water for the Supers

Club Mug Award - Brett McCarthy (Hairdo)

Supers Award – Debutant Steve Thompson (Thommo)

Master AwardTony Sieriaki (Sax)

Seniors AwardGraham Cunningham (Pops)

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