Draft:Julie Dolan Medal

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The Julie Dolan Medal

The Julie Dolan Medal is awarded annually to the player voted to be the best in the Women's Football League in Australia. Past winners are:1997/98 Sharon Black of SA Sports Institute, 1998/99 Julie Murray of NSWIS Sapphires, 1999/00 Ann Marie Vozzo of SASI Pirates, 2000/01 Taryn Rockall of NSW Sapphires, 2001/02 Joanne Peters of NSW Sapphires, 2002/03 Lisa De Vanna of Adelaide Sensation and Heather Garriock of Queensland Sting, 2003/04 nominees:Catherine Cannuli of NSW Sapphires, Rhian Davies of Canberra Eclipse, 2004/05 [1] of NSW Sapphires, 2008/09 Lana Harch of Queensland Roar, 2009/10 Michelle Heyman of Central Coast Mariners, 2010/11 Kyah Simon of Sydney FC.

References[edit]

"Rockall wins second Julie Dolan Medal" l Football Federation Australia. Thursday 3 March 2005. Retrieved 25 May 2011.

"Simon wins Julie Dolan Medal" Hyundai A-League. Sunday, 6 March 2011. Retrieved 25 May 2011.

"Mariner Michelle Scoops Awards" FourFourTwo Australian A-League. Dec 7 2009. Retrieved 25 May 2011.

"Rockall Player of the Year" The World Game - SBS. 13 February 2008. Retrieved 25 May 2011.

External links[edit]

FFA Football Hall of Fame