TAC Cup Award night winners

Plenty of awards were given at the Morrish Medal night, honouring the best players acrsoss the competition in 2014.

The TAC Cup community gathered to recognise the best players and celebrate the home and away season.

See below the awards winners before the Morrish Medal winner was announced:


TAC Speed Hurts Awards:

Highly commended: Bendigo / Murray Bushrangers

Third: Northern Knights

Runner Up: Western Jets

Winner: North Ballarat


Morrish medal: Alex Carr (Gippsland Power)

CLICK HERE for full votes and story

TAC Cup Coaches Award: Oscar McDonald (North Ballarat)

Top 10


Oscar McDonald

Nth Ballarat Rebels

30 Votes

Alex Carr

Gippsland Power

29 Votes

Alexander Urban

Oakleigh Chargers

25 Votes

Samuel Switkowski

Northern Knights

24 Votes

Nicholas O’Kearney

Calder Cannons

24 Votes

Nathan Drummond

Murray Bushrangers

23 Votes

Hugh Beasley

Oakleigh Chargers

23 Votes

Angus Brayshaw

Sandringham Dragons

22 Votes

Aaron Cotte

Eastern Ranges

22 Votes

Rowan Marshall

North Ballarat Rebels

21 Votes


TAC Cup Leading Goal Kicker: Jayden Foster (Calder Cannons) 

TAC Cup Team of the Year: 

B Daniel Howe Daniel Nielson Darcy Parrish
  (Murray Bushrangers) (Eastern Ranges) (Geelong Falcons)
HB Ed Vickers-Willis Oscar McDonald Corey Ellis
  (Sandringham Dragons) (Nth Ballarat Rebels) (Western Jets)
C Jayden Laverde Alex Carr Liam Duggan
  (Western Jets) (Gippsland Power) (Western Jets)
HF Christian Petracca Darcy Moore Rhys Mathieson
  (Eastern Ranges) (Oakleigh Chargers) (Geelong Falcons)
F Jack Lonie Peter Wright Touk Miller
  (Dandenong Stingrays) (Calder Cannons) (Calder Cannons)
R Rowan Marshall Angus Brayshaw Nathan Drummond
  (Nth Ballarat Rebels) (Sandringham Dragons) (Murray Bushrangers)
Int Billy Evans Kyle Langford Taylor Grace
  (Bendigo Pioneers) (Northern Knights) (Sandringham Dragons)
  Paul Ahern Isaac Heeney  Alex Urban
  (Calder Cannons) (NSW / ACT Rams) (Oakleigh Chargers)

 See below a replay of the Morrish Medal night:



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