Inspirational skipper Phil Carse has won his third Redland Bombers B&F award in four years.
Tuesday, 5 October, 2010
Inspirational skipper Phil Carse has won his third Redland Bombers B&F award in four years, streeting the field for one of the most one-sided Dowling Medal victories in club history.
Carse, winner in 2007 and ‘09 and third in 2008, polled 111 votes to beat 2008 club champion Adam Mueller (69) and ex-Aspley small forward Ben Weightman (55),
This capped a stellar year from the former Box Hill (VFL) midfielder, who was equal runner-up in the Grogan Medal, finished 8th in the Syd Guildford Trophy and chosen for the second year in a row in the QAFL State League Team of the Year.
Former Brisbane Lions player Scott Clouston, who missed three games late in the season for injury and personal reasons, finished 4th with 50 votes, ahead of Josh Norman and Blake Passfield (49), James Charlesworth (48), Matt Thomson (46)l, Jamie Hackett (41) and ex-Lion Daniel Dzufer (38).
Weightman also was judged “Most Consistent”, while Hackett took ‘Most Improved”, Sam Godfrey was named ‘Best First-Year Player”, and Dzufer collected trophies for the Leading Goal-Kicker and Coach’s Award.
The Beohm Family was awarded the Redland Club Person of the Year, while Shaun Jackson won “Best Clubman” and Godfrey took out the Rising Star Award.
In the Reserves, Jack McDonald, who played four senior games, won his third consecutive Peter Gregory B&F Medal, and in the U18s, who were beaten in the division two grand final, Scott Ward collected the Ron Sheppard B&F Medal.