2019 Junior Award Winners – presented in association with Fletchers Mooroolbark

Under 17’s Best & Fairest and Winner of the 2019 Ray Lacey Medal: Chris Westcott B&F Runner Up: Cooper Dunkinson Most Valuable Player: Luke McKinnon Most Improved Player: Ethan Bell Player Choice Award: Riley Coughlin Best Finals Player: Luke Flanagan. Winner of the Mick Spencer Memorial Trophy for Best Junior Club Person: Samantha Dunkinson Under 16 Girls Best & Fairest: Continue reading 2019 Junior Award Winners – presented in association with Fletchers Mooroolbark

2019 Senior Awards Night – presented in association with Knox Club

2019 Senior Men’s Football Awards: presented by Matthew Clark (Senior Coach), Steve Teakel (Senior Assistant Coach), Drew O’Hare (Senior Assistant Coach) and Ray Lacey (Club Legend) on behalf of Bob Henry. Best & Fairest and Winner of the 2019 Bob Henry Medal: Ryan White B & F Runner Up: Lachie McKernanMost Consistent Player: Jayden CollinsCoaches’ Award: Jake GodwinMost Improved: Corey Continue reading 2019 Senior Awards Night – presented in association with Knox Club

Vote Count Leader Boards

The votes for the 2019 Boronia Hawks Senior B&F’s have been counted and the current leaders were announced at the Vote Count Night last Saturday.  Here are the current leaders across all of our senior teams, with the actual winners to be announced at the Senior Awards Night on 4 October at the Knox Club! Bob Henry Medal for Senior Continue reading Vote Count Leader Boards

Senior Vote Count Night

Always a great social evening to end the home and away season! Votes will be counted LIVE for the Best & Fairest Awards for all our senior teams. Votes for the last few rounds will not be revealed until the Senior Awards Night on 4 October at the Knox Club, when the winners are announced and the medals given!   Continue reading Senior Vote Count Night

Auskick Volunteer of the Year Nomination for Sam Dunkinson!

Boronia Hawks are very pleased let all our supporters know that Samantha Dunkinson has been nominated for the AFL’s AUSKICK VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD. #auskickvoty #boroniahawks Sam is our Junior Vice-President and took on the role of Boronia Auskick Co-ordinator at the start of this year.   Boronia Auskick has gone from strength to strength under her guidance, with Continue reading Auskick Volunteer of the Year Nomination for Sam Dunkinson!

What a brilliant year for Hayden Landy!

What a brilliant year for Hayden Landy! Early in the season he was given the honour of being appointed as captain of the @boroniahawks Under 14’s. He went on to lead the team to a sensational Premiership victory, the Club’s first Under 14’s flag since 2003! Hayden then won the Club’s Under 14’s Best and Fairest, joining an outstanding list Continue reading What a brilliant year for Hayden Landy!

2018 Boronia Junior Award Winners!

Congratulations to all our junior players on completing a terrific year with Boronia Hawks in season 2018!  We hope you all played some good footy, learned some new skills and had a lot of laughs with your team mates.   Here is the list of players recognised for their efforts as part of our teams at our recent Awards Nights: Continue reading 2018 Boronia Junior Award Winners!

EFL Junior Presentation Night

Congratulations to all the representatives of Boronia Hawks who attended the EFL Junior Presentation Night on Friday 7 September.  Our big winner was Mason Storr, who was presented with the Best and Fairest Medal for Under 17B.  Hayden Landy also capped off a great season as the runner-up in the Under 14D Best & Fairest to go with with his Continue reading EFL Junior Presentation Night

Mason Storr wins the Ray Lacey Medal

Congratulations to Mason Storr, the winner of the 2018 Ray Lacey Medal for Boronia’s Under 17’s Best & Fairest. Mason joins an elite list of winners of this Award including Harry Burgess (twice), Jarrod Lake, Ryan White (twice), Jacob Delrayne and Mitch Mellis. You can see the undoubted talent coming through the pathway from Boronia Juniors and we cannot wait Continue reading Mason Storr wins the Ray Lacey Medal