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Charlie wins the Schluter
GAWLER Central football fans rejoiced
on Monday night as star Tiger midfielder
Charlie Molyneux won the Schluter Medal.
In a low count, held at Nuriootpa's Vine
Inn, Molyneux received 21 votes, finishing
three votes in front of Willaston's Tyson Ir-
lam and Freeling's Josh Hand.
The young Tiger won the medal, despite
playing just 10 games, after a bad landing
during the round-eight match against Baros-
sa District sidelined him for much of the sea-
"It's good, it's a bit surreal," Molyneux
"I didn't think I was even a chance after
missing so many games."
Molyneux started his career at Salisbury
West at eight years old before moving to
Gawler Central six years later.
"The club's a home away from home, I en-
joy my time there, which makes it easy when
you go to trainings and games," he said.
His talent got him a place on the Adelaide
Crows' SANFL top-up list for two injury-
riddled seasons, but he said he learned plenty
from the experience.
"It's pretty complicated out there, you
have to be pretty smart to go with the game
plans," he said.
"It helped make me a better all-round foot-
baller, they do teach you a lot.
"We've got that many young lads, I just
try to be positive with them, they're going to
make mistakes, that's a given.
"You don't want to knock them while
they're down and young."
Despite winning the BL&G's most pres-
tigious individual prize, Molyneux said it's
still not his favourite football moment.
"Premierships trump all, they're my favou-
rite memories," he said.
"I'd like to thank the club, my family, my
missus, my team-mates and a special men-
tion to Kirk Heberle."
Molyneux was also named captain of the
BL&G team of the season, and received the
Coaches' Player of the Year award.
Angaston Football Club had a successful
night at the Barossa, Light & Gawler Foot-
ball Association presentation evening on
Monday, with Dylan Tuckwell and Brayden
Dalby taking home the senior colts and re-
serves medals, respectively.
Tuckwell won the Central District Medal
with 20 votes, four votes in front of Tanun-
da's Fraser Smith.
Tuckwell also received the Senior Colts
Player of the Year award for his stellar sea-
In the reserves, Dalby tied with Barossa
District's Craig Wilson on 11 votes, fin-
ishing one ahead of Gawler Central's Kyle
Tanunda also had a large portion of suc-
cess on the night.
Liam Ellis won the Des Shanahan Medal
with 33 votes, six in front of South Gawler's
Jordan Tippins and Nuriootpa's Sam Falland.
Ellis' high numbers also saw him receive
the John Dawkins Trophy as the competi-
tion's most consistent player.
South Gawler's Anthony Connelly was
named Junior Coach of the Year, after guid-
ing his senior colts to a finals berth.
Kapunda's Tyrell Hocking capped off a
sensational year by receiving the BL&G
Rookie of the Year award.
Meanwhile, the season's leading goal-
kickers -- Nuriootpa's Sam Falland (junior
colts), Tanunda's Tom Falkenberg (senior
colts), Kapunda's Wes Farley (reserves) and
Tanunda's Josh Trembath (A grade) -- also
received awards for their efforts.
Lastly, umpire Jim Goode received the
Golden Whistle award from Ian Dew.
The association also inducted a new life
member -- former Roberstown, Eudunda and
Tanunda footballer Danny Westhoff.
-- Full results, page 32
-- More pics, page 46
Angaston's Dylan Tuckwell won the senior colts'
best and fairest.
(left) and A-
Brayden Dalby and
Craig Wilson tied
for the reserves'
best and fairest.
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