Falcons reward top performances
After a rough season, Karratha Falcons managed to celebrate their milestones and achievements this month at their club awards night.
The 2015 presentation night was held at the Frank Butler Pavilion with more than 80 sponsors, supporters, members and players attending.
Ruckman Victor Bellotti was named league fairest and best, even though he missed five weeks of the season through an injury.
Newcomer Trent Sawyer was the reserves’ best and fairest.
He was recruited into the club after being stalked in the supermarket by the league coach and then convinced into playing for the Falcons.
Brian “Truckie” Neill was awarded clubman of the year.
Neill was available to do any task around the club, from setting up to running water, and was a deserving winner of the award.
He said he was honoured to accept the award and it was like a big family to be a part of the Falcons football club.
Brett McCormack and Michael Formancyzk were named new life members of the club. Both have played more than 170 games for the club and played junior football for the Falcons.
Shaun Sullivan, 150 games, and Brett Davey, 100 games, were awarded medals for achieving their game total milestones.
The Falcons will hold their committee annual general meeting on November 7 at the Recreation Club at 10.30am.
This season’s clubman of the year Brian "Truckie" Neill.
Fairest and best league and reserves players Victor Bellotti and Trent Sawyer.
Game milestone awardees Shaun Sullivan, 150, and Brett Davey, 100 games.
New life members Brett McCormack and Michael Formancyzk.