Honour Board

James Doughney Club Champion of the Year Award

The James Doughney Club Champion of the Year award recognises outstanding contribution and talent, taking into consideration on and off field conduct and inter-league representation. Nominees must have played with the FJFC for at least four seasons, displayed on-field leadership and a commitment to fair play, and not been found guilty or suspended in the year of nomination by the FJFC, YJFL or any development squad.

James Doughney (pronounced Dorney) has a passionate commitment to the all-round development of players. When a FJFC coach and administrator, he continually emphasised the importance of fair play, team play and striving to do the best you can at all times. A coach for four seasons (U10s, 11s and 13s), Jamie also served at different times as Club Treasurer, Secretary and Player Advocate.

  • 2016 – Sunny Brazier (Colts) & Nell Morris-Dalton (Youth Girls)
  • 2015 – Campbell Moorfield (Colts) & Maddy Guerin (Youth Girls)
  • 2014 – Michael Ercolano (Colts) & Ellie McKenzie (U12 Gold)
  • 2013 – Lewis Pavlich (Colts)
  • 2012 – Luke Edwards (Colts)
  • 2011 – Jacob McCormack (Colts)
  • 2010 – Hugh Curnow (U15)
  • 2009 – Dominic Pound-Palmieri
  • 2008 – Brock McLennan (U15)
  • 2007 – Chris Polidoras (Colts)
  • 2006 – Viv Michie (U14)
  • 2005 – Harry Croft (Colts)
  • 2004 – Shannon Young (U 15)
  • 2003 – Guneyt Ozusen (Colts)
  • 2002 – Milos Zika (Colts)

Colts Under 17 Player of the Year Award

Created in 2002, this award recognises ‘something special’ contributed to the team by an individual player in their final year of junior football. It can be awarded to any player, regardless of their length of time with the FJFC.

  • 2016 – Luke Minahan & Bill Clayton
  • 2015 – Joshua Robinson
  • 2014 – Robbie Belchamber
  • 2013 – Aiden Lambert
  • 2012 – Nicholas Meehan
  • 2011 – Dylan Vella-Horne
  • 2010 – Eddie Gibbons
  • 2009 – Sean Dillane
  • 2008 – Julian Turner
  • 2007 – Rory Angiolella
  • 2006 – Tom Cheshire
  • 2005 – Cameron Louis-Gleeson and Ibrahim Merhi
  • 2004 – Byron Minnis
  • 2003 – Stephen Bombaci
  • 2002 – Michael Louis-Gleeson

Alan Moor Champion Team of the Year Perpetual Shield

The Alan Moor award recognises the most successful team of the season, according to the team or teams’ placement at the end of the season.

Alan Moore was the Club’s first President (1992-1998) and his involvement with the Fitzroy Football Club was pivotal to the establishment of the junior club.

  • 2016 – U12 Girls Brown, U15 Division 2, Colts Division 4
  • 2015 – U12 Gold, U13 Red, U14 Black
  • 2014 – U10 Blue, U12 Red, U13 Black, U15 Division 1, Colts Division 4
  • 2013 – U12 Brown, U15 Division 4, Colts Division 1
  • 2012 – U11 Blue, U14 Brown, Colts Division 4
  • 2011 – U10 Black, U12 Blue, Colts Division 1
  • 2010 – U12 Brown, U14 Blue
  • 2009 – U12 Blue
  • 2008 – U15 Division 1
  • 2007 – Colts Division 1
  • 2006 – U12 Gold, U14 Brown, U14 Green, Colts Division 4
  • 2005 – U10 Blue
  • 2004 – U11 Gold, U12 Blue
  • 2003 – U11 Brown, U12 Green
  • 2002 – Colts

See also FJFC Premierships.

Fitzroy Football Club (FFC) Champions Jumper

The Fitzroy Football Club was established in 1883 and competed in the VFA until 1896. It was a founding member of the VFL and AFL. The club survives with more members than ever and maintains its role as the principal sponsor of the FJFC and the Fitzroy Reds, both teams being based at the Brunswick Street Oval. The winner of this award doesn’t have to be the best or most awarded player. The winner must simply be passionate about playing footy and wish to go on to senior football as a professional or amateur.

  • 2016 – Tess McDonald & Noah Wright
  • 2015 – Rory Patterson & Calypso Poole
  • 2014 – Eddie Harley & Lucy Walsh
  • 2013 – Martin Deasey
  • 2012 – Jacob Fraser
  • 2011 – Diarmuid Cooney-O’Donoghue
  • 2010 – Jack Iacono
  • 2009 – Dylan Platcas
  • 2008 – Jonathan Anderson
  • 2007 – Martyn Beacham
  • 2006 – Jesse Dimond
  • 2005 – Chris Wills
  • 2004 – Paul Manoli
  • 2003 – Michael Gleeson
  • 2002 – Chris Meighan

Brisbane-Fitzroy Historical Society Club Person of the Year Award (Formerly the Michael Wright Club Person of the Year Award)

This award recognises outstanding contribution to the ongoing development of the FJFC, community-based football and young people. Nomination usually reflects several years of service to the club in either administration or coaching and a commitment to the club values of participation, fitness and fun.

  • 2017 – John Ramshaw
  • 2016 – Jodie Munro
  • 2015 – Dean Robinson
  • 2014 – Craig Mitchell
  • 2013 – Joe Donnoli & Sophie Arnold
  • 2012 – David Miller
  • 2011 – Sean McMahon
  • 2010 – Lachlan McDonald & Robert Caplikas & Tony Gillberg
  • 2009 – Sally & Chris Grace
  • 2008 – Richard Ponsford
  • 2007 – Gabrielle Murphy
  • 2006 – Michael Pickering
  • 2005 – Lisa Gye
  • 2004 – Not Awarded
  • 2003 – Avril McQueen
  • 2002 – Janiene Hart