Having won 6 individual awards last season the club dominated the awards ceremony again winning another 5 individual awards this year.
John Dimitrakas proved what many people at Magic have been saying all year, That Johnny was the standout goal keeper this year in the u/12s age group. And those words came to fruition with young Johnny having won the u/12s Goal Keeper of the year award. Having now won the award twice.
New signing of this season Andres Vais proved what a standout player he was this season winning the u/14s Player of the Year award. Amazingly Andres only played 9 games this season such was his importance to his team and his domination of the competition.
Natasha Lo Giudice continued to prove why she is the best female target in the competition and having won the same award last season Tash made it 2 from 2 as the u/16 girls Golden boot award winner.
Roberto Maiorana, the NSW Thunder Mens back up keeper proved why many have been saying that the future is at his feet or in his hands in this case, deservedly winning the Youth Mens Goal keeper of the Year for the 3rd consecutive year.
Whilst the amazing Natalie Spirovski had another Magical season, winning the Open Womens Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. Nat is undoubtedly the best female futsal player playing the game and the award is further proof of that.
The club also won a further 4 team awards collecting the :
u/16 Girls Premiers
u/16 Boys Champions
Open Mens Premiers and Champions as well as winning the prestigious Club Championship Trophy for an amazing and record breaking 4th consecutive year.
Carmine Bortone was also acknowledged for his continuous work within the club and was the recipient of the Club Person of the Year award.
Source : Sydney Magic
Published : 10/4/2009