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Honours Board

Life Members

Life membership is the highest honour given to members in recognition of their long standing commitment given to the club

Richard Jones
Tom Trampnau
Michael Cole
John Gibson (deceased 2017)
Claire Harper
Joyce Newton
John Brown
Lindsay Muir
Annemette Markwort

Maleny Rangers Perpetual Trophies

John Gibson Memorial Medal
(New in 2017)

Awarded by the Maleny Rangers Football Club committee to a club member who makes a significant and enduring contribution towards progressing the footballing culture of the Maleny Rangers Football Club. Their actions result in a greater appreciation and understanding of the game by players and club members.
This award honours the memory of John Gibson who passed away in 2017. John was the club president of Maleny Rangers Soccer Club (seniors) when it merged with Maleny Churches Panthers Soccer Club (juniors) in 1995 to form the Maleny Rangers Football Club as we know it today.
2017 – Coen Slaughter

Joyce Newton Club Person of the Year
(Formerly Club Person of the Year. Renamed in 2017).
Awarded to a Committee member who volunteers tirelessly and works  for the benefit of the club. They do not ask for thanks and readily partake in club activities.
This award honours Joyce Newton who was the club president of Maleny Churches Panthers Soccer Club (juniors) when it merged with Maleny Rangers Soccer Club (seniors)  in 1995 to form the Maleny Rangers Football Club as we know it today.
1991 – John Walker
1992 – Gary Braden
1994 – Len Kerle
1995 – Len Kerle
2007 – Tom Trampnau
2008 – Jared Ashcroft
2009 – Anne-Mette Markwort
2010 – Kate Beard
2011 – Anne-Mette Markwort
2012 – Alison Kemp
2013 – Annemette Markwort & Richard Jones
2014 – Lindsay Muir
2015 – Anne-mette Markwort
2016 – Richard Jones

Team of the Year
This award goes to the team that played as a team and the results show it. It is based on improvement and team spirit displayed throughout the year. It also takes into account the enjoyment of the sport whether winning or losing.
1991 – Junior Colts
1992 – Under 8
1993 – Under 11 A
1994 – Under 11 gold
1995 – Women
1996 – Under 11 black
1997 – Under 9 black
1998 – Under 14
1999 – Women
2000 – Under 12
2001 – Under 16
2002 – Under 14
2003 – Under 16
2004 – Under 16
2005 – Under 14
2006 – Under 12
2007 – Under 13 Girls
2008 – Under 11 Girls
2009 – Under 11 Girls
2010 – Under 12 Girls
2011 – Under 16 Girls
2012 – Under 17 Girls
2013 – Women
2014 – U13
2015 – U15
2016 – Men Div.4
2015 – Under 14 Boys


Team Encouragement Award

Goes to the team that has shown potential but due to circumstances may not have had the opportunity to make it to the top of their grade. They stick together and don’t give up at any stage.
1991 – Under  10
1993 – Under 10 red
1994 – Under 11 black
1995 – Under 6 gold
1996 – Under 12 gold
1997 – Under 16
1998 – Under 13
1999 – Under 11
2000 – Under 14
2001 – Under 12
2002 – Under 11
2003 – Under 13
2004 – Under 14 Girls
2005 – Under 11
2006 –  Under 14
2007 – Under 11
2008 – Under 14
2009 – Under 11 Boys
2010 – Under 13 Boys
2011 – Women
2012 – Under 13 Boys
2013 – Under 13 Boys
2014 – Under 12(2) gold
2015 – Under 11 girls
2016 – Under u12 boys
2017 – Div 4 Men

Coach of the Year
Is for a Coach who puts more in to the club than just coaching. They can be seen at Club events such as working bees and fundraising activities. They handle issues within their team in professional manner and work hard at improving their own skills. Their coaching sees players improve their skills and get enjoyment from the game.
1996 – John Hickman
1997 – Russel McLune
1998 – Richard Jones
1999 – Chas Stabler
2000 – Neil Moore
2001 – Rob Eather
2002 – Neil Moore
2003 – Martin Fenton
2004 – Michael Little
2005 – John Evans
2006 – Richard Mohan
2007 – Michelle Smith
2008 – Nicole Taylor
2009 – Lindsay Muir
2010 – Wolfgang Waller
2011 – David Daugaard
2012 – Grant Erickson, U17 Girls
2013 – Lindsay Muir, U13 Boys
2014 – Richard Jones
2015 – Brianna Webber
2016 – Lindsay Muir
2017 – Shane Flavell

Amy Spring Award
This award was donated by Ken and Heather Spring in memory of their daughter Amy. It is awarded to a member of the club (not a committee person or official such as coach/manager) who has been actively involved in club activities such as fund raising and special events. A person who puts their hand up and asks for no thanks. The type of person all clubs need.
2007 – Jared Ashcroft
2008 – Emma Richard
2009 – Jenny Donoghue
2010 – John Brown
2011 – Annette Sinclair
2012 – Lillie Brodier
2013 – Danyon & Troy Kemp
2014 – Peter Markwort
2015 – Alison Kemp
2016 – Alison Kemp
2017 – Daniel Contreras

David Feurst Award
David was a 12 year old boy who was tragically taken in a freak accident many years ago. He lived for soccer and played only for the Maleny Club. He was a representative player and his goal was to play for the Brisbane Strikers. An indication of his stature and dedication is shown in the fact this trophy was donated by the then Sunshine Coast Soccer Association. The trophy is for a junior player who displays outstanding skill and ability and potential to achieve higher honours.
2007 – Harley Lutze
2008 – Ari Easton
2009 – Afrikah McGladrigan
2010 – Mary-Anne Bryce
2011 – Maya Daugaard U12
2012 – Jacana Bright U15G
2013 – Lilly Moser, Women’s
2014 – Mack Malone
2015 – Cameron Malone
2016 – Sarah Wilson

Club Player of the Year
A player who displays pride and passion in playing for the Maleny Rangers. A good role model for other players and a good representative of the club on the playing field. They are prepared to assist other players in their development and are respected by their peers.
1991 – Simon Lyons
1992 – Reuben Walker
1993 – Jack Dixon
1994 – Ross Van Gulik
1995 – David Ballantyne
1996 – Adrian Ashton
1997 – Pru McIntyre
1998 – Amy Jackson
1999 – Katrina Bell
2000 – Stuart Trampnau
2001 – Thomas Gray
2002 – Flynn Medson
2003 – Michael Quirk
2004 – Nathan Owens
2005 – Yarran Smyrell
2006 – Brendan Smith
2007 – Samuel Bochow
2008 – Ruby Scott
2009 – Gabriella Jackson
2010 – Matty Newman
2011 – Austyn Campbell U16G
2012 – Stephanie Reid, Women’s Team
2013 – Troy Kemp, U17
2014 – Hudson Ricks and Gabriella Jackson
2015 – Sophie McIntyre and Benjamin Lees
2016 – Taylor Swanson

Most Consistent Player
Awarded to the player who works hard at training and puts in 100% effort in all games. They try hard no matter what the result and never give up.
2007 – Cailin Chia
2008 – Joshua Campbell
2009 – Hannah Forbes
2010 – Bodhi Stokes
2011 – Oliver Whitaker U14B
2012 – Nathan Dodd, Men’s Team
2013 – Mary-Anne Bryce, Women’s
2014 – Jacob Mitchell
2015 – Jeremy McSweeny & Daniel Briggs
2016 – Jeremy McSweeny

Best Newcomer
Awarded to a new player to the club who has integrated into their team and the club in a positive manner. They listen to their coaches advice and have  shown continuous improvement. They are dedicated to training and playing and have shown good sportsmanship both on and off the field.
2007 – Sam Hall
2008 – Alistair Watson & Leo McDonald
2009 – Matthew Newman
2010 – Shannon Jones
2011 – Shirley Ward U14G
2012 – Kyle Goldsmith, U15 Boys
2013 – Max Le Riche
2014 – Cameron Malone
2015 – Marcus Knight
2016 – James Lyne & Taneesha Faulkner

Best Goalkeeper
This is not related to the number of goals scored against their team. It is awarded to a player who has taken ownership of the position and works at improving their skills in the position. They have shown improvement and have further potential.
2007 – Mairead Devlin
2008 – Danyon Kemp
2009 – Kate Woolston
2010 – Austyn Campbell
2011 – Danyon Kemp U14B
2012 – Molly Erickson, U17 Girls
2013 – Mick Oliver
2014 – Ambrosia Cauley-Muir
2015 – Alex Chigumbu
2016 – Alec Buchanan
2017 – Hudson Ricks

Spirit of Football
Awarded to players that have been with the club for 10yrs and over, and haven’t missed a season.
2013 – Max Altinger, Jesse Stanley, Troy Kemp
2014 – Danyon Kemp
2015 – Fion Richard-Williamson & Hudson Ricks
2016 – Riley Muir
2017 – Annemette Markwort

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