AFLQ MACKAY hosted their League Presentations, on Saturday, with Whitsunday Sea Eagles well represented in their achievements.
Young gun Under 17 Sea Eagle Aidan Allen-Fancke went back-to-back from 2021 in an extraordinary effort taking out the 2022 Trevor ‘Hat’ McCann Medal for Under 17 AFLQ Mackay League ‘Best and Fairest’.
Allen-Fancke’s natural talent and skill on field are something to behold earning him this well-deserved second medal.
Not to be outdone, Sea Eagles Under 17 Coach Leigh Dunn took out the AFLQ Mackay League Junior Coach of the Year award for coaching this amazing team full of talented players.
Dunn has been with the Club for over two years now and shows his knowledge, experience and dedication to coaching AFL with not only the Under 17s team but also running the Whitsunday Sea Eagles Junior Development and Bowen Auskick programs.
Whitsunday Sea Eagles had multiple senior players in the representative sides for AFLQ Mackay Senior Men and Women’s ‘Team of the Year’.
Senior Men saw Sea Eagles’ Jake Turner, Ryan Lee, Mitchell Healey, Brent Downie and Alex Rodgers named with Lee also making it to equal fifth in the Senior Men’s Medal count, even after spending half the season out due to injury.
Senior Women ‘Team of the Year’ included Sea Eagles Cleo Dickie, on the wing, and Georgie Carland back pocket, with Dickie also making the Top 10 in the Senior Women’s League Medal.
Sea Eagles head to Mackay for Preliminary Finals this weekend with Under 17s (1v2) playing at the Saints at 10.40am on Saturday, August 27, and Under 12, Under 14 and Senior Men (3v4) headed to Bakers Creek on Sunday, August 28,Juniors from 8am, Senior Men 1.50pm.