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150 games for the Frostman

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020

On September 12th the Nomads much-loved Johnathon Frost played his 150th game for the Nomads. Frosty, aka the Guyra Ghost, first played with the Nomads in 2007, under the encouragement of cousin Rhys Whitby. Since that time he has won 4 flags and played in 6 grand finals. He has been a key figure in […]

Nomads Best and Fairest 2019 – Clare Cummings and Luke “Rambo” Raymond

Saturday, July 4th, 2020

The Nomads held their Best and Fairest awards night on September 27th. Claire Cummings won the women’s best and fairest award with Karina Brown the runners up. In the Men’s awards Luke “Rambo” Raymond won the Best and Fairest with Conor Nest the runners up. Club Person of the Year was our long-serving and loyal goal umpire, Gus Barker (very well deserved). Well done to all of the awards winners (listed below). Thanks also to the coaches: Liam Cudmore (Women’s Super-coach) and James Treweeke (Men’s Uber-coach)

2018 Women’s Best and Fairest Awards – Lisa Raymond

Saturday, April 20th, 2019

At the Nomads’ awards night held on October 5th, Lisa Raymond was the well-deserved winner of the best and fairest award for 2018. It should have been no surprise given Lisa’s recent win at the League Best and fairest. Lisa took out the award with 43 points. The Runner Up was Karina Browne with 37 […]

Farewell to some of the Nomads of 2018

Saturday, April 20th, 2019

As is the case every year, the end of the season sees the departure of some of our number. 2018 was no different. It is with some considerable sadness that we see the group below leaving the New England for ‘greener’ pastures. In the photo of players departing are Rualri Brown, Emily Wilson, Charles Carson, […]

2018 Men’s Best and Fairest Awards – Modra takes the award

Saturday, April 20th, 2019

The Nomads Best and fairest awards were held on the 5th of October. After a number of years getting very near the prize, the Men’s Best and Fairest Winner was David ‘Modra’ Richards. It was a close contest. The runners-up was Nick Locke.

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