Bickley award Janet Dooley Best Club Person Award
A Williamstown favourite Darren Bickley was last night announced the Janet Dooley Best Club person for 2018.
The VFL runner for the best eight years was rewarded for his outstanding contribution to the club over many years and says he is very humbled by this honour.
"I can't believe I've won this award," Bickley said.
"To win an award named after a club legend in Janet Dooley after seeing what she's done for this club, I am extremely honoured."
Bickley has done an outstanding job and none more memorable then what he did this year in our Round 11 game against Sandringham in torrential conditions.
We thank Darren for all he's done for the club.
Other awards winner on the night were:
Life Membership - Leigh Masters
One of the most reliable players in our side, Masters had a rock solid 2018 season playing in both attack and defence on multiple occasions helping will the side to victory. Masters had a best on ground display against Richmond in Round 10 where he continuously thwarted all of Richmond's attack in the last quarter with multiple goal saving plays. He also achieved Williamstown Life Membership in round 6 against the Northern Blues when he played his 100th game for the club.
Williamstown Life Membership - William Wheeler
A Williamstown favourite, Wheeler played his 100th game for the club against Richmond and did it in style with 3 goals in a match winning performance. The 2016 Gerry Callahan Medalist was once again an important player for the Gulls this season.
Williamstown Life Membership - Matthew Cape
Cape was a club favourite in his playing days, in 2003 he won the Ron James Memorial Trophy and was Co-Captain in the 2003 VFL Reserves Premiership side.
8th - Jake Greiser (57)
9th - Brayden Monk (56)
10th - Sam Dunell (54)
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