Best & Fairest: Daniel Joseph
Best & Fairest Runner Up: Harrison Gunther
Best & Fairest 3rd: Josh Arnold
Best Clubman: Rhys Mott
Best First Year Players: Adam Roberts & Jack Stevenson
Best in Finals: Josh Arnold
Best Team Player: James Webb
Leading Goalkicker: Jaye Bowden
Magpie Tough: Ben Kamaric
Most Consistent: Callen Daly
Most Effective / Impact Player: Mitchel Rainbird
Most Potential: Ben Kamaric
Best & Fairest: Brodie Rowbottom
Best & Fairest Runner Up: Daniel Coppleman
Best in Finals: Riley Oakley
Best Team Player: Chris McKnight
Coaches Award: Braydon Patterson
Leading Goalkicker: Brodie Rowbottom
Most Consistent: Nathan Newman
Most Effective / Impact Player: Brodie Rowbottom
Most Potential: Dominic Brown
Best & Fairest: Connar Walker
Best & Fairest Runner Up: Beau Kelly
Best Team Player: Zac Welsh
Most Consistent: Zac Evans-Fenton
Most Effective / Impact Player: Nathan Blowfield
Most Improved: Brandyn Holmes
Most Potential: Seb Michalowski
Best & Fairest: Mackie Sutcliffe
Best & Fairest Runner Up: Sarah Skinner
Best First Year Player: Jade Williams
Best in Finals: Natalie Daniels
Best Team Player (Players Player): Mackie Sutcliffe
Coaches Award: Rachael Siely
Leading Goalkicker: Nietta Lynch
Most Improved: Elise Barwick
Congratulations to Daniel Joseph who has finished equal first in the RACT Player of the Year!
‘DJ’ has had a fantastic season after returning to the club after a stint with Aspley in the NEAFL, where he won the Carl Herbert Medal for the best and fairest last year.
Daniel tied for first place with North Launceston’s Taylor Whitford, and we congratulate both players on their stellar seasons!
The Glenorchy Football Club congratulates Club Captain, Brayden Webb, who achieves Life Membership for the club as he plays his 150th game.
“Pidge” has become one of the most likeable and respected players in Tasmanian football. A man more than deserving of Life Membership of our great club.
Congratulations to Matthew Dilger who achieved Life Membership of the Glenorchy Football Club with his 150th game.
"Dilgs" made his debut in 2009 and is one of the most popular figures around KGV. A highly skilled footballer and talented cricketer, his application, leadership and courage typifies the Glenorchy spirit.
Fantastic effort Dilgs!
The Glenorchy District Football Club congratulates one of the greatest players to ever wear the black and white guernsey, Jaye Bowden, for playing his 200th game for the Club, becoming only the 18th New Town/Glenorchy player to reach this milestone.
Jaye 's 200th game - 2017 - Round 20 v Kingborough, Saturday. 19 August 2017 at Kingborough Twin Ovals.
Jaye's achievements are unsurpassed in Tasmanian football, and include:
Alastair Lynch Medal: 2012, 2015, 2016
Peter Hudson Medal: 2015, 2016
GDFC Best and Fairest: 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016
SFL Premierships: 2007, 2008
TSL Premiership: 2016
GDFC Player Life Member
A humble, yet determined young man, Jaye inspires all with his loyalty, courage and skill, and is a credit to his parents, Mick and Jackie, his family, friends and the Glenorchy Football Club.
Best wishes and Congratulations Jaye from the Board, Members, Supporters, Staff, players and volunteers!