2017 Club Person of the Year

The annual award aims to recognise the contribution made to the club by various individuals throughout the year. The history of the award and its past winners can be viewed on the honour board page in the history section of this website.

The committee strongly encourages all members to vote using the form below. The short-list of candidates for 2017 has been carefully pre-selected by the committee, and the reasons behind each nomination are briefly described below. However members are welcome to submit their vote for ANY current member of MUSC. Please vote only once.

The Club Person of the Year winner will be announced and awarded at the Presentation Night.

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The 2017 Shortlist

Luke HallRachael LoughnanJames BernardKen Kanagalingham

Luke has made a tremendous impact in his first year on the committee. As well as taking on the role of Colts coach, Luke has coordinated most of the events held during the year.

He also took up numerous other roles behind the scenes such as registrations.

The womens vice-president, and womens go to person has done a phenomenal job - especially given she was ruled out of playing this year due to injury.

Not only has Rachael fielded almost every single question asked by the womens teams this year, she ran the coaching panels for the womens teams - and in perhaps her finest role, purchased all the beer for the canteen at low low staff discount prices. 

Like most almost Greeks, James has never encountered an event that he couldn't over cater for. And a good thing to - as the James led canteen has been exceptional this year.

But wait - there's more. James also coordinated all the shorts and socks purchases, as well as drove the social media presence of the club.

The long term treasurer of the club, Ken again has worked diligently behind the scenes making sure the numbers add up. And once again, early indications are that we remain in the black.

Plus he co-ruled over this years mens 3rds team, helping them to a runners-up medal.