Awards 2019/2020

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Most Valuable PLayer

Scott Ellard - London Jets

GB Head Coach Stuart Wilson says: “Scott Ellard has been ever present in my time with the GB senior men's team. He consistently provides leadership, setting a great example to new & young players while making them feel part of our team. This team spirit helped contribute to three straight medals from 2015 to 2019. He also contributed massively on the court, scoring important goals along the way. At the ‘head’ of our powerplay, Scott regularly put himself in harms way, yet took his lumps for the benefit of the team. I am really pleased to see Scott’s name being mentioned as the MVP, as along with top scorer, it shows what a driven, competitive player he is, in an extremely competitive league. Scott also carries this form into the BHUK national competitions and onto the ISBHF international stage. I am delighted for him and all the young up-and-coming players who get to see and play against him every week in the BHUK South East Conference.”

Runner Up: Pavel Gorges – London Czechoslovakians

 

Third Place: Ivo Celar – Ealing Eagles

 

Note: Award Winners are based on ballots cast by Team managers and Head of Officiating and Discipline.

Top Goalie

Dominic Rae - Ealing Eagles

Dominic started at age of two. He has played for GB U16 team twice, winning Top Defence team award in 2018 and in 2019 man of the match vs Canada East. He has been selected to the GB U16 team for 2021 Worlds. He also plays inline for AHDUK Ice and Inline Hockey Academy winning BIPHA nationals (2019) and BISHA runners-up (2018). He also has played in ice nationals for Streatham. This past Season he took over as Starting goalie for Ealing Eagles at age 14, rising to the challenge keeping the team in games when his team was outplayed, and stealing games with key late game saves. He is known for quick reflexes and never giving up on a shot.

 

Runner Up: Peter Bosak – London Czechoslovakians

 

Third Place: Brian Marchetti – London Jets (and Team GB)

 

 

 

Note: Award Winners are based on ballots cast by Team managers and Head of Officiating and Discipline.

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Top Defenceman

Pavel Gorges - London Czechoslovakians

Known for his good shot and passing, Pavel was the league leading scorer among defenceman and finished tied for second in scoring overall. Pavel comes from Czech Rep where he played on the Czech Junior National Team as a youth and won the Youth Extraliga National championship twice. In the past he has also played against the likes of David Pastrnak and Kevin Fiala currently in the NHL. Pavel is currently playing for TJ Snack Dobřany of the Czech Extraliga, one of the top ball hockey leagues in the world.

 

 

Runner Up: Michal Machetanz – London Jets

 

Third Place: Julius Lepot – HC Jackals

 

 

Note: Award Winners are based on ballots cast by Team managers and Head of Officiating and Discipline.

Most Sportsmanlike

Carl Graham - Berkshire Ballers

Carl, manager of the Berkshire Ballers, has played in four Ball Hockey World Championships, and was captain for GB in three. Carl is also co-coach of GB U16 Ball hockey team. He also has 15 years of top level ice hockey experience in the UK. He brings a calm presence to the game, a wealth of experience and is a great mentor to anyone wanting to improve.

 

 

Runner Up: Steve Cook - Ealing Eagles

 

Third place: Martin Tomasek – Oxford Devils and Maros Sirnik – HC Jackals

 

 

Note: Award Winners are based on ballots cast by Team managers & Head of Officiating and Discipline.

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Leading Scorer

Scott Ellard - London Jets

Scott is Captain of league winning London Jets. He has also played for GB at the Worlds 5 times, serving as Assistant Captain in 4 of those. On team GB he is first line Centre as well as on First Power Play and Penalty Kill units. Scott, originally from Alberta, is also an accomplished ice hockey player having played with/against some NHLers. Winning the SEBHL Scoring race is a really good accomplishment as the players tied for 2nd place now play in the Slovakia Extraliga and Czech Extraliga, two of the top Ball hockey leagues in the World.

Joint Runner Up: Mario Ondria and Pavel Gorges – London Czechoslovakians

 

 

 

Note: Award Winners are based on ballots cast by Team managers and Head of Officiating and Discipline.

Top Woman Player of the Year 

Joannie Leclerc-cote - London Jets

Originally from Quebec City, Joannie has been playing ball hockey since she was 9 years old. She is known as a fierce, tough competitor with good hands and a nose for the net. She has worked hard at her game, earning respect of all her peers and is the all-time leading female scorer in the SEBHL. Her play also landed her a spot on the GB national women's team in 2019 where she got a player of the match and scored one goal and one assist at the Worlds in Slovakia. Her GB coach says: "Joannie was one of our main go to women in the last world championships. She brought exceptional energy, speed and 100% commitment in every game".

 

 

 

Tied for 2nd Place: Hannah Byrom – Berkshire Ballers and Jessica Rae – Ealing Eagles

 

 

 

Note: Award Winners are based on ballots cast by Team managers and Head of Officiating and Discipline.

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U18 Player of the Season

Alister Rae - London Jets

Alister joined the Jets this season and while he missed a few games finished tied for 10th in league scoring. The Jets say: “Alister is an up and coming ball hockey star who injected a lot of energy and skill into the Jets line-up. He possesses great hands and shot as well as speed that puts defenders on the back foot. We have seen his maturity grow as player and feel there is great potential for him to become a leader within BHUK.” He also has also played for GB in three Worlds at U16/U18 level where he has scored 3 goals and won two man of the match awards as well as ‘Player’s Player award in 2018.

 

 

 

 

Tied for 2nd Place: Dominic Rae – Ealing Eagles and Dylan Holicka – London Czechoslovakians

 

 

 

Note: Award Winners are based on ballots cast by Team managers and Head of Officiating and Discipline.