Tony Wynd Medal 2018 Presentation Night!
The Queanbeyan Tigers wrapped up their season with their Tony Wynd Medal Presentation Night held last Friday in front of approx 250 people at the Southern Cross Club Woden.
The Tigers Night of Nights didn’t disappoint with a fun night had by all where we celebrated the years best.
There was also the naming of the new Women’s Reserve Grade Best and Fairest the Wendy Downey Medal and the celebration of the life of two of our best that we lost over the past 12 months in Razor Ray & Bushie.
We also welcomed a host of valued Partners and supporters to the event along with our community partner Queanbeyan West Rotary Club.
A full photo gallery of the evening can be found on the tigers Facebook page with thanks to Sam Franks who took some great shots. Below are the winners in each category / grade:
Rising Stars Awards
Club Award – Jack Stephinson & Ben Millynn
Most Determined – Connor O’Shea
Most Consistent – Will Taylor
Runner Up Best and Fairest – Bailey Greenwood
Alan Muir Medal Best & Fairest – Aidan Bowyer
Women’s Reserve Grade Awards
Club Award – Hayley Rauter
Most Improved – Kass Henry
Most Consistent – Susie Armistead
Runner Up Best & Fairest – Chanelle D’Elboux
Wendy Downey Medal Best & Fairest – Melissa Hurley
Off Field Awards
Tigers Spirit Award – Tim Stephinson
Best Club Person Award – Steve Grocott & Steve Wightman
Volunteer of the Year – Not awarded in 2018 in respect of Razor & Bushie.
Robert Anderson Rising Star – Lachlan Squire
Michael Haddock Past Players Medal – Jayden Lehman
Dane Quade Medal (Best U21 player) – Kel Evans
Armstrong / Niesen Medal (1st Grade Men’s Leading goal kicker) – Dean Lord 27 (Goals)
1st Grade Women’s Leading Goal Kicker – Lani Watson (16 Goals)
Alan Stein Medal (Most Promising Male Player) – Sam Frost
Joan Vosnakes Medal (Most Promising Female Player) – Lexi Hamilton