Southern Breakers seniors held their presentation night in the clubrooms at Breaker Park.
It was time to celebrate the 2017 season with both teams finishing the season in fourth place.
A grade on 28 points, nine wins, one draw, six losses and 47 goals, Reserves on 27 points, nine wins, seven losses and 43 goals.
Leading goal scorers for A grade was young Jed Polson who had an excellent first season with Breakers scoring nine goals and also finished in sixth pace for the League.
In Reserves it was Mogs Nair with 10 goals, once again scoring plenty and finished second in the League, only one goal off the leader.
Players’ player trophy voted by all the players was won in the A grade by Lee Coles, Reserves was won by Henry Scott.
Coach's award was won by Mat Cooper in A Grade and Truong Nguyen in the Reserves.
Both have trained and played well all season.
Runner up Best & fairest in A Grade was Lee Coles and Reserves was Jon Hamp.
The big trophy winner in the Best & fairest for A Grade was Aaron Houghton and in the Reserves Henry Scott, both well deserved after stellar seasons.
The day was kicked off with a traditional cup clash with local rivals Strathalbyn.
Breakers retained the Cup with a convincing 12 -3 win.
Birthday boy Nathan Munro received best on ground after scoring a hat trick.
The night also farewelled Dave Williams from the senior coaching role after two years leading the club and doing an excellent job.
The club thanked him and his family for all their commitment and hard work.
Thanks also goes out to Sonya and Baldy for doing a superb job of the catering for the night. Now its time for the indoor competition to be held on Wednesday nights at the Encounter Lutheran gym.
The junior soccer season also finished on a high with the Southern Breakers being awarded the Noarlunga Districts Junior Soccer Association (NDJSA) Fair Play Club Award and long-time coach, Vonnie Van Oevelen awarded Life Membership.
The club’s under 14 team won the League championship award, the under 13s were runner up and the under 11s were League and Cup champions. The under 14s were runner up in their Cup competition.
The inaugural Duncan Barnett Memorial Junior Club Person award was jointly won by Harry Jones and Aedan Boundey.