NTL Player of the Series

NTL Player of the Series

The National Touch League is the peak domestic competition for the sport of Touch Football in Australia. At the completion of each competition, a Player of the Series and Player of the Final is named.

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Player of the Series

Note that only recipients for the three open divisions are listed.

Men's Open

  • 1997 - Gavin McDonald, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 1998 - Scott Notley, SunWest Razorbacks
  • 1999 - Shane Fredricksen, Sydney Scorpions
  • 2000 - Craig Madders, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2001 - Kurt Nowotny, Sydney Mets
  • 2002 - Gary Sonda, Sydney Mets
  • 2003 - Benji Marshall, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2004 - Ash Farrow, SunWest Razorbacks
  • 2005 - Drummayne Dayberg-Muir, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2006 - Joel Willoughby, Southern Suns
  • 2007 - Drummayne Dayberg-Muir, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2008 - Jason Stanton, Sydney Mets
  • 2009 - Dylan Hennessey, Sydney Scorpions
  • 2010 - Drummayne Dayberg-Muir, Gold Coast Sharks

Women's Open

  • 1997 - Sharyn Williams, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 1998 - Gabrielle Maher, Sydney Rebels
  • 1999 - Sharyn Martin, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2000 - Bo de la Cruz, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2001 - Gabrielle Maher, Sydney Rebels
  • 2002 - Kelly Woods, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2003 - Kelly Woods, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2004 - Louise Winchester, Sydney Mets
  • 2005 - Sharyn Williams, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2006 - Shelley Matchem, Barbarians
  • 2007 - Amanda Judd, Sydney Mets
  • 2008 - Bo de la Cruz, Barbarians
  • 2009 - Claire Winchester, Sydney Mets
  • 2010 - Peta Rogerson, Sunshine Coast

Mixed Open

  • 1997 - Dione Williams, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 1998 - Tony El Takchi, Sydney Scorpions
  • 1999 - Gary Toohey, Sydney Scorpions
  • 2000 - Male: Tony El Takchi, Sydney Scorpions; Female: Sharyn Martin, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2001 - Male: Cameron Costello; Female: Katie Curtis, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2002 - Tony El Takchi, Sydney Scorpions
  • 2003 - Yvette Teika, Sydney Scorpions
  • 2004 - Male: Matty Mataio, Sydney Mets; Female: Amy Fong, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2005 - Male: Ricky Best, Gold Coast Sharks; Female: Amy Fong, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2006 - Male: Tony El Takchi, Sydney Mets; Female: Jasmin Calicetto, Sydney Mets
  • 2007 - Male: Ricky Best, Gold Coast Sharks; Female: Amy Fong, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2008 - Male: Steve Kirby, Southern Suns; Amy Fong, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2009 - Michael Singh, Sydney Mets

Player of the Final

Note that only recipients for the three open divisions are listed.

Men's Open

  • 1997 - Shane Frederiksen, Sydney Scorpions
  • 1998 - Shane Frederiksen, Sydney Scorpions
  • 1999 - Trent McDonald, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2000 - Mark Boland, Sydney Scorpions
  • 2001 - Brent Madders, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2002 - Kurt Nowotny, Sydney Mets
  • 2003 - Drummayne Dayberg-Muir, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2004 - Jason Yee, Sydney Mets
  • 2005 - Ben Robinson, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2006 - Nathan Jones, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2007 - Jason Stanton, Sydney Mets
  • 2008 - Jason Stanton, Sydney Mets
  • 2009 - Drummayne Dayberg-Muir, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2010 - John Kennedy, Sydney Scorpions

Women's Open

  • 1997 - Catherine Barr, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 1998 - Amanda Judd, Sydney Mets
  • 1999 - Sharyn Martin, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2000 - Angela Barr, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2001 - Louise Winchester, Sydney Mets
  • 2002 - Rachel Reid, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2003 - Sharyn Martin, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2004 - Teena McIlveen, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2005 - Louise Winchester, Sydney Mets
  • 2006 - Renee Murphy, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2007 - Giselle Martin, Sydney Mets
  • 2008 - Louise Winchester, Sydney Mets
  • 2009 - Nicole McHugh, Sydney Mets
  • 2010 - Louise Winchester, Sydney Mets

Mixed Open

  • 1997 - Darren Shelley, Sydney Rebels
  • 1998 - Dean Murphy, Sydney Scorpions
  • 1999 - Tony El Takchi, Sydney Scorpions
  • 2000 - Male: Darren Shelley, Sydney Rebels; Female: Vicki Hansen, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2001 - Male: Craig Slaven, Gold Coast Sharks; Female: Belinda Dawney, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2002 - Christian Frost, Sydney Mets
  • 2003 - Tony El Takchi, Sydney Scorpions
  • 2004 - Male: Jason Stanton, Sydney Mets; Female: Amy Fong, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2005 - Male: Tony El Takchi, Sydney Mets; Female: Megan Smee, Sydney Mets
  • 2006 - Male: Tony El Takchi, Sydney Mets; Female: Jasmin Calicetto, Sydney Mets
  • 2007 - Male: Ricky Best, Gold Coast Sharks; Female: Amy Fong, Gold Coast Sharks
  • 2008 - Male: Darren Marsh, Southern Suns; Female: Katie Atkins, Brisbane City Cobras
  • 2009 - Male: Tony Eltakchi, Sydney Mets; Female: Elin Mortimer, Sydney Mets
  • 2010 - Male: Ben Moylan, Sydney Mets; Female: Claudia Kumeroa, Sydney Rebels

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