Woodlock breaks club record

Woodlock breaks club record

First team captain Patrick Woodlock (pictured) has set a new club record after being named Cambridge FC’s Player of the Year for the fifth time.

Woodlock took the award at the football club’s annual senior prizegiving at the Cambridge Town Hall.

He had previously shared the club record with four-time winner, the now-retired striker Tony McIsaac.

Woodlock first received the Jim Barry Player’s Player of the Year in 2008 but has now won it for the past four seasons in a row.

McIsaac won the trophy in 1993, 2003, 2005 and 2006.

The club’s Women’s Player of the Year was 16-year-old Astrid Howarth who scored 30 goals in this season’s Waikato cup and league competitions.

Howarth also took the women’s Golden Boot for her goalscoring achievements while Dave O’Donnell was awarded the Men’s Golden Boot, having topped the scoring for the club’s Waikato D1 team.

The club’s Personality of the Year was women’s coach and first team player Andrew Taylor while the Club Person of the Year was committee member, caterer and purchasing manager Michaela McQuarters.

Alistair McQuarters was named Supporter of the Year.

The full list of senior award winners:

Men’s Club Player of the Year
Patrick Woodlock

Women’s Club Player of the Year
Astrid Howarth

Club Personality of the Year:
Andrew Taylor

Club Person of the Year
Michaela McQuarters

Supporter of the Year
Alistair McQuarters

Men’s Golden Boot
Dave O’Donnell

Women’s Golden Boot
Astrid Howarth

Loaded WaiBOP Premiership (men’s first team)
Player’s Player of the Year: Jason Chewins
Coach’s Player of the Year: Patrick Woodlock
Coach’s Youth Player of the Year: Callum MacLeod
Most improved Player: Quest Tipping
Best and fairest: Sam Garmonsway

WaiBOP Championship
Player’s Player of the Year: Immo Franks
Coach’s Player of the Year: Levi Clark
Best and fairest: Jack Portygys

Waikato A
Player’s Player of the Year: Nathan Lloyd
Coach’s Player of the Year: Mason Woodall
Best and fairest: Kurt von Keisenberg

Waikato C
Player’s Player of the Year: Ryan Ashby
Coach’s Player of the Year: Mitchell Claridge
Most improved Player: Dave Casbolt
Best and fairest: Luke Ashby

Waikato D1
Player’s Player of the Year: Lee McNally
Coach’s Player of the Year: Dave O’Donnell
Best and fairest: Leon McPhillips

Waikato D2
Player’s Player of the Year: Nigel Phillips
Coach’s Player of the Year: Tim Bailey
Best and fairest: Paul Mudge

Red Devils
Player’s Player of the Year: Jason McMillan
Coach’s Player of the Year (The Robbie Cole Trophy): Jason McMillan
Most improved Player: Simon Bratton
Best and fairest: Simon Bratton

Waikato Women’s
Player’s Player of the Year: Astrid Howarth
Coach’s Player of the Year: Carey Ireland
Coach’s Youth Player of the Year: Astrid Howarth
Most improved Player: Kaylee Oosthuysen
Best and fairest: Gemma Martin

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Date Added: Saturday, 15th October 2016
Link: Full list of Jim Barry Player of the Year winners at Cambridge FC


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