Marquee marksman striker Bruno Fornaroli claimed a hat trick of wins in Perth Glory’s end-of season awards.
The Uruguayan striker was named the A-League membership’s 2021 Most Glorious Player, voted Players’ Player of the Year and picked up the Golden Boot as top goalscorer.
Defender Elizabeth Anton was named the membership’s W-League Most Glorious Player winner in her debut season and fellow New Zealander Lily Alfeld was Players’ Player of the Year..
WA duo Caitlin Doeglas and Hana Lowry shared the W-League Golden Boot and Marianna Tabain was acknowledged for reaching 100 W-League video games.
Another WA native, Luke Bodnar, rounded off every week during which he signed a brand new, two-year take care of the membership being named the DT38 under-23 Player of the Year.
The A-League Goal of the Year Award went to Andy Keogh for his beautiful, long-range effort towards Western Sydney Wanderers whereas captain Diego Castro picked up the Media A-League Player of the Year Award and Members’ Player of the Year Award.
Glory CEO Tony Pignata congratulated the winners and those that had helped the membership by a demanding season.
“It’s fantastic to see the Glory family back together and I’d like to salute all those who have taken out awards,” Pignata mentioned.
“Next season marks the 25th anniversary of this wonderful and unique football club and we are all now looking forward to marking that milestone in style on and off the field.”
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