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Awards 2020

Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 South Bunbury Football Netball Club Awards!

Past Players Achievement Award Ludita McLean
Crabb Medal’s Club Person of the Year Kylie Wright
Manea Family Medal’s Playing Clubman Ben Horsman
Depiazzi Medal’s Best Performing Young Player Kade Szyszka
Life Members Award Kate Fielding
League MVP Hannah Rogers
League Runner-Up Kirsty Baum
Reserves MVP Tania Haywood
Reserves Runner-Up Amy Howard
Masters MVP Leila Cooper
Masters Runner-Up Tania Haywood
18 & Under MVP Ashleigh Godwin
18 & Under Runner-Up Hannah Forbes
McGuire Medalist Aaron Jarvis
Colts Runner-Up Baden Ross-Wilmore
Colts 3rd Place Harri Wallace
McGinley Medalist Reece Reynolds
Reserves Runner-Up Alex Wells
Reserves 3rd Place Adrian Wasilew
Women Fairest & Best Kloe Bassett
Women Runner-Up Megan Bain
Women 3rd Place Karyn Beeson
League Thomson Medalist Rocco Versace
League Runner-Up Matt Giacci
League 3rd Place Ethan Nordahl
League Most Improved Rhys Crawford

Juniors Award Night

Friday, November 13, 2020 at 6 PM UTC+08
Hands Oval
Year 7’s,Year 9’s,Year 10’s,
Youth Girls 7-9’s & Youth Girls 10-12’s
Venue- Sav Davies Lounge,South Bunbury Football Club

Awards Night

Friday, October 23, 2020 at 6 PM UTC+08
Hands Oval
Public · Hosted by South Bunbury Football Club
Tickets $35
• Arrival at 6pm for presentations to commence at 6:30pm.
• Formal cocktail dress.
• Grazing table, hors d’oeuvres & canapés available throughout the evening.
• DJ included 9:30pm until late.

Please RSVP to Amy at by Friday 16 October.
Ticket payment to be made directly to SBFC. Please make sure you include a reference.
BSB: 633 000
Account: 171875271
Reference: AWARD name (e.g. AWARD A.Howard)

Kloe Bassett Wins Nola Marino Medal

South Bunbury player, Kloe Bassett has won tonight’s Nola Marino Medal, for the Fairest and Best Player in the Women’s competition in 2020, in the South West Football League.

Bassett won convincingly, amassing 19 Votes across eight games to claim the medal by six votes.

Bassett scored the maximum votes in round one, three, four, seven and nine, while scoring two votes against fellow Grand Final Team Busselton in round five and a further two votes in round six against Harvey Bulls.

Bassett was asked what the future held, but Bassett was looking no further than this Sunday’s Grand Final at Hands Oval.  In a great season for Bassett she would also be announced as the winner of the Halifax Crane Hire Player of the Year, voted by the Coaches.



Womens 2020 Premiers

The South Bunbury Tigers secured back-to-back Women’s premiership titles with a stunning 11-point win over the Busselton Magpies

Running out onto Hands Oval, the Tigers were supported by an infectious home crowd and a slight breeze in the opening quarter.

The reigning premiers struggled in the ruck, but were simply flawless in the midfield and up forward.

With a sublime snap kick, Tigers’ powerhouse Maddie Obal booted the game’s first goal midway through the term.

Ahead by six at quarter time, South Bunbury erupted when superstar Bethany Bond lined up to kick the team’s second major.

Given a chance to respond, a set shot from Busselton’s Ellie Merrett was picked up by the wind before sailing through the point posts.

Shortly after the half-time break, Claudia Elware tore through the Magpies’ defence and slotted the home side’s third.

Against all odds, Beth Beckett managed to pull one goal back for the visitors late in the third quarter.

A comeback was on the cards, after Rennie Meadmore slotted Busselton’s second early in the final term.

The Tigers held on long enough to clinch a solid 3.6 (24) to 2.1 (13) victory, and their second premiership in four years.

Nola Marino medallist Kloe Bassett was named Best and Fairest for her amazing efforts in last weekend’s historic clash.

Bunbury Mail

Thankyou Tracey

ANNOUNCEMENT- Unfortunately Tracey Evans has had to resigned from the position of General Manager due to ongoing health issues.
Tracey has been General Manager of the club for the past three years and has been a significant and valuable contribution to the Club. In addition Tracey has been Women’s Football Director and Senior Women’s team manager(She is hoping to continue in this position) for the past years. Her involvement will be sadly missed. The members wish Tracey good health for her future and thank her for her role.

Position Available

The Board of Directors of South Bunbury Football Club are keen to recruit a suitably qualified person in the role of General Manager (GM), to lead an energetic team in furthering the development of the Club’s operations. Reporting to the President, the GM will lead the day-to-day operations of the Club with a primary focus on member satisfaction and business development. You will be a person who also has a solid understanding of Australian Rules Football including rules, sponsorship, sport development at junior and senior level.

There is a remuneration package.The Club is happy to discuss it and role with you further and welcome your enquirers or send your application to:

Applications can be addressed to the Club President, Mr John Castrilli

We look forward to your submission.