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Bob Parkin

Winner for the month of September 2020
Majura FC
Bob Parkin loves four things in life: his wife of 49 years Rhonda, his two sons, his four grandchildren, and most importantly, his beloved Majura FC.

Don Wales

Winner for the month of August 2020
Tuggeranong United
Growing up beside the surf of Batemans Bay, Don Wales was always inspired by his mother's tireless volunteering efforts. Her inspiration is the reason why he has been volunteering for Tuggeranong United for the past couple of years.

Kailey Tonini

Winner for the month of July 2020
Gungahlin United
If you have stumbled across Gungahlin United’s Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts, then you would have seen the handiwork of Kailey Tonini. From updating friends and family of scores around the grounds, notifying teams of ground closures due to wet weather or engaging participants during the temporary suspension of football, Kailey is the hardworking volunteer behind the scene.

Anthony Blake

Winner for the month of August 2019
Monaro Panthers
Whether he’s coaching Community League, managing a venue for the McDonald’s Kanga Cup, contributing at Capital Football’s strategic planning nights or wielding the tongs in the canteen, Monaro Panthers Junior League and U18 Girls coach Anthony Blake is the sort of volunteer that clubs dream of finding.

Michael Sutton

Winner for the month of July 2019
Brindabella Blues
Michael Sutton has been a part of the Brindabella Blues Football Club for 12 years as a proud parent, volunteer and coach. Michael leads a team of coaches in Brindabella’s All-Girl Miniroo program and coordinates all of the girls' teams from Miniroos to U18s, in addition to his role as a member of the Junior Standing Advisor Committee (JSAC).

Paige Jensen

Winner for the month of June 2019
Tuggeranong United
Paige Jensen has been a part of Tuggeranong United for thirteen years when her eldest child began playing at age 5. At the start of the 2019 season, United’s U12s team was left with no coach or manager and not enough player, so Paige took it upon herself to find more players to create a team.

James McKay

Winner for the month of May 2019
Woden Valley
James McKay has been involved with Woden Valley Soccer Club since 1999 when his son began playing. Over the course of his 20-year involvement with the club, James has filled coaching, Committee, Vice Presidential and Presidential roles and shows no sign of slowing down yet.

Michelle Mellier

Winner for the month of August 2018
Belsouth FC
Michelle Mellier’s role at Belsouth is fairly simple: jack of all trades, master of many. Her primary role is to organise merchandise for the club, all the non-playing kit and has set up an online shop for the club to make selling their items easier.

Tanya Katsoulis

Winner for the month of June 2018
Gungahlin United
Tanya Katsoulis is someone that many people in local football will recognise: an ever-present at Gungahlin United matches and grounds, cooking up a storm in the canteen and feeding the hungry masses across an entire day of NPL or NPLW action.

Michelle Ramirez

Winner for the month of May 2018
Brindabella Blues
Michelle Ramirez got into coaching as her eldest son entered football, initially helping out as an assistant coach at Brindabella Blues while looking after children of her own. Michelle said that the Blues were a great club to come across and become a part of when she was looking to get her children into the sport.

Daniel Watts

Winner for the month of April 2018
Monaro Panthers
Daniel Watts is something of an inspector gadget at Monaro Panthers, taking on a number of roles within one of the region’s fastest-growing clubs. He started out as Junior Coordinator, working with the MiniRoos age groups and since then has dabbled in and currently undertakes a staggering amount of work to help Monaro tick over on weekends.

Kathryn Yuile

Winner for the month of March 2018
Narrabundah FC
Kathryn Yuile was influential in creating Narrabundah’s first women’s team, which has now grown from just two teams in state league into five teams, including a Women’s Masters side. During Female Football Week, Kathryn was instrumental in the organization of a Narrabundah run event, with local women’s teams from Canberra coming together for a series of friendly matches that raised over $1200 for local organization Karinya House.

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