Lithgow Workman's Soccer Club celebrated the end of its stellar season on Saturday, October 19.
The club had all five teams make semi finals in this year's Bathurst District Football competition, with first and second grade making the grand finals. First grade was crowned 2019 Premiers.
Over 100 guests filled the Lithgow Workies Showroom for the 2019 presentation.
Club president Mark Fordham welcomed official guests, players and supporters to the evening and thanked the District and referees for their hard work and support this season.
Emcee Ian Thornton entertained players and supporters with tales of the old days before getting down to business with presentation of awards.
First grade talent Ben Sheehan took home the honours for a second year in a row with the first grade Players Player award. He also received the Golden Boot for the third year in a row in the Bathurst competition.
U17s Players Player was awarded to Will Hutchison and to Nathan Redding in third grade.
Peter Bourke and Jack Baxter were the recipients for the second grade sides.
Ethan Kemp was awarded the Young Rising Star award by club captain Matthew Nunan.
A stunning 32 goals by Will Hutchison gave him the overall Golden Boot award. Jimmy Gibbs Minner took the honours in second and third grade and Ben Sheehan in first.
The Hunter Mining award was presented to Daniel Stern while the State Cup Best Player award went to Sam Johnson.
Coaches Awards for each grade went to Cooper Giles in U17s, Ethan Hammonds in third grade, Andrew German and Seton Carter in the two second grade sides while Ethan Kemp was a worthy recipient for the first grade squad.
Players Player runner up trophies went to Louis Johnman in the U17s, Daniel Boyd Skinner for third grade, Dominic Smith and Hayden Ticehurst for the second grades and Kyle Wilson for first grade.
Club Person of the Year went to the hard working third grade coach John Hore, who helped the young side to the semi finals only to be beaten by the eventual winners.
A wooden bar top with the first grade squad's names and team achievements painted on top, was given to coach Jock Hunter by Jed and Sara from Jed's Tree Trimming Services.
Fordham said it was enjoyable evening and a great night was had by all.
"I'd like to thank the club sponsors for all their hard work and we hope to continue the great relationship with the sponsors long into the future," he said.
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