Manly Warringah Sea Eagles congratulate the Manly Touch Association on their success at the 12th annual New South Wales Touch Association State Awards.
Held at the Bankstown Sports Club last weekend, the awards recognise excellence within all aspects of Touch Football.
Last July, Manly Warringah Sea Eagles announced an exciting new partnership with Touch Football Association and NSW Touch Football Association.
The partnership saw the creation of a 'Sea Eagles Group' with a view to promoting a holistic approach to game development, branding, and fan engagement across all levels of Touch Footnall and the Sea Eagles.
The 'Sea Eagles Group' comprises of the following Touch Associations – Manly Warringah; Northern Beaches; Hornsby; Norths; and Cammeray.
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles congratulate the following award recipients:
Sydney Scorpions Affiliate of the Year - Manly Warringah Touch Association
Overall Affiliate of the Year - Manly Warringah Touch Association
Junior Team of the Year - Manly Touch U18 Girls
Junior Coach of the Year - Roha Paki
Junior Female Player of the Year - Faith Nathan
President of the Year - Graham Knights
Blues Awards - Gloria Berryman and Matt Scranage
Other nominees from Manly Touch included:
Sydney Scorpions Affiliate Administrator of the Year - Lara Long
Referee Director of the Year - Caren Friend
Team of the Year - Manly Touch Womens Premier League
Junior Team of the Year - Manly Touch U10 Girls
Female Player of the Year - Hannah Dyball
Female Player of the Year - Danni Davis
Junior Female Player of the Year - Lucy McDonald
Coach of the Year - Barry Gibson