Perpetual Award Winners


RECIPIENTS OF PERPETUAL 'PLAYER AWARDS'

PRESIDENT’S TROPHY
Awarded each year since 2002 to the most valuable team member of our senior team. The selection criteria includes making a significant contribution to the leadership of the team both on and off the field.
2002 - John Devane
2003 - Luke Carroll
2004 - Todd Stanford
2005 - Dean Woodbridge
2006 - Dane Elliott
2007 - Sean McGuiness
2008 - Nathan Sellings
2009 - Kieran Deas
2010 - Graham McFarlane
2011 - Matthew Dawes
2012 - Gary Stone
2013 - Josh Kavanagh
2014 - Conor Kelley
2015 - Liam Eisenhuth
2016 - Not presented
2017 - Luke Colley
2018 - Sarah Kitiona

PAUL BURKE MEMORIAL TROPHY
Paul was a long serving member of our Club who tragically lost his life in 1999. He was the eldest son of Frank and Carmel (Frank a coach at the Club for many seasons) and the brother of Peter and Tim, both who played with distinction at the Club.
Paul was a popular team member with a typical cheeky half back disposition. A terrific organiser and fearless defender, Paul was the quintessential team man. Off the field Paul had a great sense of right and the self discipline to knuckle down to work when the occasion warranted it.
Each year the Club remembers Paul by presenting this award to a young man who mirrors Paul's qualities.
1999 - Craig Guthrie
2000 - Luke Notley
2001 - Junior Puroko
2002 - Shaun McGuiness
2003 - Dave Eisenhuth
2004 - Dane Brennan
2005 - Nathan Pettit
2006 - Justin Hall
2007 - Jason Mayoh
2008 - Not Presented
2009 - Matt O'Shea
2010 - James Leten
2011 - Jarrod Simpson
2012 - Liam Mulvihill
2013 - Liam Davidson
2014 - Steele Brown
2015 - Andrew Mortimer
2016 - Rhys Harrington
2017 - Jon Pengue
2018 - Addyson Winterstein


ROGER STONE MEMORIAL TROPHY
Saints inherited Roger when we took over Revesby Pub from Revesby Central. He was an 'institution' at the Pub running most 'social' activities and was always involved in junior rugby league as he simply loved being involved with 'the young blokes'.
When Roger was tragically killed in 1997, he was the manager of our U18s. His 2 mates (John McDonald and Nev Graham) donated this trophy to be awarded each year in memory of Roger to a player from the U16s to 19s who is not necessarily the best player but who always gives 100%.
1997 - Justin Hall
1998 - Keegan Hayden
1999 - Andrew Mortimer
2000 - Ben Barrett
2001 - Mark Taylor
2002 - Adam Roy
2003 - Dane Ayling
2004 - Troy Cohen
2005 - Michael Langtry
2006 - Justin McGuire
2007 - Luke Lembryk
2008 - Not Presented
2009 - Johnathon Horwood
2010 - Trent Colquhoun
2011 - Jeremy Fuller
2012 - Daniel Stone
2013 - Tom Grealy
2014 - Aidan Harrington
2015 - Paul Kitiona
2016 - Josh Fuller
2017 - Byron Foster
2018 - Fawaz El-Baba

TODD COOPER MEMORIAL TROPHY
Todd joined Saints in 1983 and played right through until 1997, missing only one year in 1987 due to illness. In 1998 he trained a young side coached by Grant Hanratty and would have played A grade in 1999 but unfortunately became ill early in that year.
Todd loved football and was very proud of his Club. He gave his 'all' to the game, a great trainer, a conscientious and dedicated player for the team and any activity associated with the Club. Todd was a team player who respected his coaching staff, team mates and opponents and believed a good game of football took 13 players, not just 'one or two guns'. The highlight of Todd's career was being named 'International Player of the Year' in 1997.
Each year we remember Todd by presenting this award to a player in the Mod age bracket (9s to 12s) who gives their best, week after week both at training and on the field.
1999 - Simon Lovisa
2000 - Chris Borg
2001 - John Stambouli
2002 - Andrew Riley
2003 - Luke Collins
2004 - Anthony Khoury
2005 - Chris Slattery
2006 - Liam Mulvihill
2007 - Thomas Lambropoulos
2008 - Mitchell Wilson
2009 - Kayne Grove
2010 - Scott Hannigan
2011 - Josh Hannigan
2012 - Ethan Burke
2013 - Michael Forrester
2014 - Bailey Julian
2015 - Oscar Sullivan
2016 - Aaron Klem
2017 - Leon Rizoglou
2018 - Riley Todd-Bonselaar

BILL BERKLEY TROPHY
Bill started his career at Saints coaching his eldest son John in the 1960s and that team included future 1st graders Garry Boyd, Gerard Raper and Peter Raper. He finished in the 1980s coaching more 1st graders in Brent Sherwin and Corey Hughes - needless to say he coached for a lot of years and was made a life member in 1984. But his contribution didn't stop with coaching - he supplied a production line of sons (John, Danny, Bill, Marty and Jamie) who are all '10 year' players and Liam, the Club's first '20 year' player. Many of the boys coached and trained sides when old Bill had retired so that the name 'Berkley' became synonymous with St Christophers.
Each year we remember Bill by presenting this award to a hard working forward in the Mod age group (U9s to 12s).
1997 - Simon Lovisa
1998 - Matt O’Shea
1999 - Brendon Small
2000 - Jonathon Horwood
2001 - Tom Wilson
2002 - Brett Denford
2003 - Nathan Morris
2004 - Trevor Faanoi
2005 - Jeremy Fuller
2006 - Kevin Weeks
2007 - Alexander Masima
2008 - Fatu Togagae
2009 - Stuart Higham
2010 - Nathan Boland
2011 - Vincent Quintal
2012 - Dane Loutsos
2013 - Luke Moloney
2014 - Vince Cassar
2015 - Adrien Safi
2016 - Marcus Khoury
2017 - Dante Macri
2018 - Gabriel Sindyan

ANTHONY BERG TROPHY (Presented for 25 years - retired 2013)
Anthony was the son of great Club workers Peter and Marie Berg of Milperra. While Dad coached & VP'ed and Mum worked in the canteen, little Anthony would run around the park as a cheeky 4 year old bundle of energy eagerly waiting for next season so he could make his debut for the Saints. Unfortunately, he was tragically killed outside his home when he rode his tricycle into the path of a garbage truck. The wider St Christophers family was rocked by the accident so each year we have remembered Anthony by presenting this award to a player from our U6s who demonstrates Anthony's energy.
1988 - Tim Roarty
1989 - Sean Donovan
1990 - Ben Robinson
1991 - Matt Calderon
1992 - Tim Mortimer
1993 - Dane Corbin
1994 - Gavin Raper
1995 - Not Presented
1996 - Tynan Cook
1997 - Sam Byron
1998 - Hayden Sankey
1999 - Joel Smith
2000 - Kerry Mason
2001 - Themi Drosinos
2002 - Tristan Boyd
2003 - Steele Brown
2004 - Kyle Lloyd
2005 - Kyle Churchill
2006 - Bodie Bradford
2007 - Lachlan Jordan
2008 - Aidan Davidson
2009 - Bailey Standaloft
2010 - Trent Bailey
2011 - Hayden Swibel
2012 - Jack Hanratty
2013 - Aaron Klem

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