Northern NSW Football are delighted to announce the finalists for the 2023 NNSWF Female Football Week Awards.
The award winners will be announced at the Female Football Week Networking Event that coincides with the NPL Women’s NNSW Match of the Round at Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility on Saturday night.
The night will celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of women in football and the volunteers who have donated hours of service to growing and improving the game for women and girls across northern NSW.
Matildas Equipment Manager Holly-Lace Ayton will be this year’s guest speaker.
The NPL Women’s NNSW Match of the Round between Newcastle Olympic and New Lambton will follow the event, with first grade kicking off at 7pm.
“This event is such a great opportunity for like-minded women and other volunteers to connect and form relationships,” NNSWF Female Participation and Inclusion Officer Nat Boyd said.
“With the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup on home soil this year, we are so lucky to have Holly-Lace Ayton from the Matildas staff joining us as our guest speaker to share her experiences.”
To secure your tickets for the Networking Event click here.
2023 NNSWF FEMALE FOOTBALL WEEK AWARD FINALISTS
Player of the Year
Rebekah Teni: Maclean FC
Tahliya Sambrook: Coffs Harbour United FC
Tahlia Flett: Broadmeadow Magic FC
Coach of the Year
Kayla White: Camden haven Redbacks FC
Naomi Turnbull: Swansea FC
Mackenzie Davis: New Lambton FC
Club of the Year
Weston Junior FC
Hamilton Azzurri FC
Volunteer of the Year
Amanda Kapsaskis: Edgeworth Junior FC
Ashley Craft: Bellbird Junior FC
Sharron Walker: Dudley Redhead United FC
Referee of the Year
Elizabeth Lambert: Newcastle Football Association Referees
Tahrlee Walker: Hunter Valley Football Referees
Lucy Hungerford: Northern NSW Football Referees
Ally Champion of the Year
Brayden Wilkinson: Hamilton Azzurri FC
Matt Walker: Dudley Redhead United FC
Matt Bass: New Lambton FC
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