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Men Of Football

Men Of Football

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Central Coast Committee

Patron - Lawrie McKinna

Lawrie McKinna
Patron

 
President - David Harris

David Harris
President

 
Vice President - Mick Morley

Mick Morley
Vice President

 
Secretary - Mark Raftery

Mark Raftery
Secretary

 
Treasurer - Graeme Dyce

Graeme Dyce
Treasurer

 
Welfare Officer - Chris Rubie

Chris Rubie
Welfare Officer

 
Committee Member - Keith Ollier

Keith Ollier
Committee Member

 
Committee Member - Phil McNab

Phil McNab
Committee Member

 
Committee Member - Tommy McFarlane

Tommy McFarlane
Committee Member

 
Committee Member - Michael Newton

Michael Newton
Committee Member

 
Inaugural Secretary & Patron - Ray Sandell (OAM)

Ray Sandell (OAM)
Inaugural Secretary & Patron

Damien Brown Medal

 

After every Mariners A-League match MOFCC members are asked to vote for their “Player of the Match” by email. At the conclusion of the season the player with most votes is presented with a special medal.

In 2012 the MOFCC Management Committee suggested that the Medal be named after a local Central Coast football identity and members were asked to nominate such a person and vote accordingly. At a general meeting held on Friday 24 August it was announced that the medal would be named the Men Of Football Damien Brown Medal.

About Damien Brown

Damien is a true local boy who played all his younger days representing Central Coast and, apart from a brief spell at Newcastle, his senior career has been with the former Central Coast Coasties and The Mariners. He was the first ever Mariners player signed and is still involved with local football through his present position with the International Football School. He is an ornament to the game on the Coast, well respected by all in the football community and beyond, and is a worthy recipient of this honour.

To contact us about, or vote for, the Damien Brown Medal please use this form.

The Winners

2012/13
Anthony Caceres

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2012-13 Damien Brown Medal winner, Michael McGlinchey, with Damien Brown & David Harris (MOFCC President).

2013/14
Michael McGlinchey

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2013-14 Damien Brown Medal winner, Nick Montgomery, with Damien Brown& David Harris (MOFCC President).

2014/15
Nick Montgomery

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2014-15 Damien Brown Medal winner, Anthony Caceres with Damien Brown& David Harris (MOFCC President).

2015/16
Nick Montgomery

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2015-16 Damien Brown Medal winner, Nick Montgomery, with Damien Brown & David Harris (MOFCC President)

2016/17
Paul Izzo

2016-17 Damien Brown Medal winner, Paul Izzo, with Damien Brown & Mick Morley (MOFCC Vice President)

2017/18 
Daniel De Silva

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2017-18 Damien Brown Medal winner, Daniel De Silva, with Damien Brown & Phil McNab (MOFCC committee member)

2018/19
Matthew Millar

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2018/19 Damien Brown winner, Matthew Millar

 

 

SCORERS ROUND 7 2019/20 
NAME                              POINTS
Mark Birighitti 68
Ziggy Gordon 29
Tommy Oar 22
Giancarlo Gallifuoco 13
Jacob Melling 11
Jack Clisby 3
Kim Eun-SAun 3
Daniel Da Silva 1
Kyle Rowles 1
Samuel Silvera 1
Gianni Stensness 1
   
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 PROGRESSIVE POINTS TO ROUND 7

NAME                           POINTS
Mark BIrighitti 141
Tommy Oar 125
Milan Duric 91
Samuel Silvera 80
Ziggy Gordon 61
Daniel Da Silva 49
Giancarlo Gallifuoco 21
Gianni Stensness 21
Jacob Melling 11
Dylan Fox 8
Kyle Rowles 8
Jack Clisby 7
Kim Eun-Sun 6
Lewis Miller 3
Michael McGlinchy 2
Jordan Murray 1
   

 

 

 

              

About Men Of Football

Men of Football is a not for profit organisation which seeks to assist football participants in times of need.
 
At this early stage of our development as an organisation, we have some simple aims and objectives. They include:

  • Assisting past football participants who may have fallen on hard times
  • Providing support and assistance to the families of past and present football participants who have passed on or need their support
  • Assisting current football participants to realise their potential and participation in the game

Our assistance is not solely for players but for any participant in football.
 
We recognise that our mission will encourage and enable former participants to meet again in social and sporting contexts, connect and contribute to the game and raise funds for those in the football community in need of a helping hand.
 
Will you walk with us so we will never walk alone?
 
Become a member and join a chapter, or even start a chapter in your area.

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