Liam Spiropoulos wins Golden Boot at the 2022 Football NSW Silver Medal Dinner

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The 2022 Football NSW Silver Medal Dinner took centre stage at the Hyatt Regency on Friday, September 23 as players, coaches and officials attended what was a fantastic evening acknowledging the achievements from the League One, Two and Three Men’s and League One Women’s competitions.

It was a fantastic season for both males and females as they got together for a dinner proudly presented by Daniel Garb and attended by over 580 guests.

It was all smiles considering this event was put on hold for two years due to COVID-affected seasons in 2020 and 2021.

Well over 40 awards were given on the evening with the Player of the Year selections the pick of the bunch.

The Silver Medal Dinner 2022. Photo: Football NSW.

Liam Spiropoulos from Dulwich Hill FC in Sydney’s Inner West, won the Under 20s / Reserve Grade Golden Boot for his role in the League 2 men’s competition.

The Club congratulated Spiropoulos on Facebook and said they were “very proud” of his recognition.

The League 3 Men’s competition saw a joint award given to UNSW FC’s Matias Da Silva Santos and Hawkesbury City FC’s Marco Turpeinen for their performances as voted by the clubs.

It was Inter Lions’ Oliver Green that dominated the headlines in the League Two Men’s competition as he played a pivotal in guiding his side to the Premiership.

Silver Medal winners. Photo: Football NSW.

Northbridge Bulls’ exciting attacker Tamires Souza was unstoppable in the League One Women’s competition as she picked up the Player of the Year award – it was her second award of the night as she also scooped the Golden Boot award.

Finally, another joint award was presented in the League One Men’s competition with NWS Spirit FC’s Kota Odakura and Central Coast Mariners’ Lachlan Bayliss both being crowned Player of the Year winners in their respective competition. It was young Bayliss’ second award of the evening after picking up the Golden Boot also.

Full list of winners can be found here.

READ MORE: Sydney University’s Stephanie Augoustis wins in the 2022 NPL NSW Awards.

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