Congratulations to Steve Villani for winning the 2014 Senior Best & Fairest.
This is Steve’s second Best & Fairest in the past 3 Seasons.
For a full run down on all the winners, please continue reading.
Steve Villani was also recipient of the Reg Fairchild (Players Player) Award for 2014, leading the votes that are given by each player after each game.
William Taft was runner up in the Senior Best & Fairest count with 2013 Best & Fairest Dylan Hamilton-Ho finishing in 3rd Place.
In addition, in his first year at the Unicorns Jayme Lawson took out the Albon-Betheras Award for Best Young Player (Under 21) decided by voting in the Senior B&F.
Anthony Svirskis added to his VAFA Team of the Division selection by being named as the recipient of the Coaches Award.
In the Reserves Best & Fairest count, Kiel Pumpa and Nathan Hall were joint winners in 2014. The runner up was Reserves playing coach Matthew Nicholas who was only 3 votes adrift.
The Reserves Coaches Award went to Brandan Cooper who was the most durable of our Reserves players being the only player to play all 18 games in the season.
The Reserves Players Player Award was shared by youngsters Sam Hayes and Zac Smooker.
In the U/19 Best & Fairest count, the runaway winner was Stephen Babb, winning by 25 votes. There was a three way tie at runner up with Gibson Crampton, James McDonagh and Nick Clampett all recognised for great 2014 seasons. The Daniel Eimutus (Players Player) Award for 2014 was shared by Stephen Babb and Nick Clampett.
The U/19 Coaches Award went to Guy Velik after a tremdous season filling any role requested of him.
Goal kicking machine Louis Meyer took out the clubbies’ Most Valuable Player, a final exclamation mark on a year in which he was the competition leading goalkicker and won the league best and fairest.