Michael Pope receives his Murphy Medal and a $500 Peter Shearer voucher from Marty Gilligan.
Season 2014 “A” Grade trophy winners. (l-R) Henry Johnosn (Runner Up Murphy medal and Leading Goalkicker), Michael Pope (Murphy Medal), Tom Scott (Best Team Man), Luke Andruszkiewicz (Rookie of the Year).
Reserve Grade trophy winners. (L-R) David Murphy (Best & Fairest), Daniel Stone (Brett Juncken memorial Best Team Man), Brad Lamont (Most committed), Cam Elphick (Coaches trophy) and Justin McCue (Runner Up Best and Fairest)
Pat Mahomet (Centre) with daughter Jodie Hone and son Terry Mahomet as they honour their late husband and father’s Life Member achievement.
Phil and Judy Heinrich celebrate Phil’s induction into the Mt Barker football club as newest Life Member.
Club Person of the Year, David Kinchington
A snapshot of the large gathering present at the Mt Barker football club presentations.
Luke A-Z crunches Echunga’s Dwayne Henke with a solid bump. Shortly after this, the former Roo left the field with what appears to be a season ending shoulder injury. Echunga triumphed over an injury riddled Roos by 29 points and advance to the Preliminary Final.
Jim Hughes evades his Echunga counterpart.
Despite the presence of 3 Roos defenders, Echunga’s Brett Harland is able to take a strong mark in front of goal.
Tyson Scott has the edge over Echunga’s David Liston in this contest.
Josh Newnham (Echunga) shows some poise as he is hotley pressed by Roos (From Left), Michael Higgs, Ross Brooks and Tyson Scott.
The Loby Tigers turned the tables on the Roos. Poor kicking is poor football.