Geographe Bay Football Club held their club night at The Shelter Brewery on Saturday October 16.
After a hugely successful season for the Division 1 lads it was now time to show off all the trophies and awards won during the South West Soccer Association season.
A great night was had by all in attendance.
A special mention goes to coach Gary Mayers for all his efforts during the year getting the whole squad on-song when it counted most.
Mayers said "It was a great season lads, can't say it was easy to organise two teams and keep everyone happy, but the squad of lads we have at Geographe I could always rely on and helped win all the silverware".
An even bigger year is in their sights for the 2022 season.
'The Seasiders' hope to get the Ladies team up and running once more which has been missing the past few years.
A well deserved winner of 'The Shelter Brewery Coaches Award' went to Jamie King and the always reliable Ben Polkinghorne took out many awards during the evening.
A huge thanks goes to all club sponsors and supporters for all their contribution during the 2021 season, special mentions to Margaret River Panel Beaters, Christian & Co Electrical, The Shelter Brewery.
Div 2 Fairest and Best was Dylan McGregor and runner-up was Cam Woodcoe-Bryant. Players playerwent to Sean Hall. Div 1Fairest and Bestwas Euan McFadyen and runner-up was Ben Polkinghorne. Coaches Award went to Jamie Kingand Youth Rising Starwas Ashton Stojanovski. The association's Golden boot went to Ben Polkinghornewho also received the Players Player award. Squad Player Award was Mash Amudala and Clubman award went to Andy Nairn. The association's Golden Glove award went to Cameron Woodcoe-Bryant.