A host of community and competition awards were presented on Saturday night at the 2019 Football in Queensland Awards Night, held at the Pullman Hotel in Brisbane.
Hosted by Nine News Queensland’s Andrew Lofthouse, the Football in Queensland Awards Night saw the outstanding achievements of individuals and clubs at both community level and from FQ’s Premier competitions recognised.
The night also featured a Q&A with Football Federation Australia (FFA) Chairman Chris Nikou and a female football panel discussion with Mel Andreatta, Katrina Gorry and Rae Dower.
Congratulations to all award winners. See full list below.
2019 Football in Queensland Award Winners
Player of the Year: Alex Smith (Olympic FC)
Young Player of the Year: Oskar Dillon (Gold Coast Knights)
Goalkeeper of the Year: Bon Scott (Brisbane Strikers)
Coach of the Year: Warren Moon (Lions FC)
Golden Boot: Andy Pengelly (Brisbane Strikers)
Fair Play Award: Brisbane Strikers
Player of the Year: Rylee Baisden (Moreton Bay United)
Young Player of the Year: Zoe Lambi (Eastern Suburbs)
Goalkeeper of the Year: Kaytlyn Dale (Eastern Suburbs)
Coach of the Year: Karyn Longbottom (Eastern Suburbs)
Golden Boot: Rylee Baisden (Moreton Bay United)
Fair Play Award: SWQ Thunder
Player of the Year: Jeremy Stewart (Sunshine Coast Wanderers)
Young Player of the Year: Jed Brown (Logan Lightning)
Goalkeeper of the Year: Chris Parsons (Ipswich Knights)
Coach of the Year: Scott MacNicol (Rochedale Rovers)
Golden Boot: Jeremy Stewart (Sunshine Coast Wanderers)
Fair Play Award: Southside Eagles
Des Miles Referee of the Year: Nathan MacDonald
Club of the Year: Musgrave Mustangs SC
Service to Football Award: Anna Giuffrida
Volunteer of the Year: Sarah Dixon
Dieter Klose Community Referee of the Year: Bruce Clarendon
Tom Dickson Athlete with a Disability Award: David Barber
Coach of the Year – Male: David Bounds (Bardon Latrobe)
Coach of the Year – Female: Corinna Ryan (Capricorn Coast FC)
Junior Team of the Year: The Gap U16 Girls Div 1
Senior Team of the Year: The Lakes FC Brisbane Women’s Premier League