KDJFC is honouring former Kalamunda Tigers and AFL player Steven Armstrong with the Year 12's Fairest and Best Medal named after him as we start a new tradition at KDJFC for future years.
The count and medal presentation will become an annual event for our senior team before they finish their junior football careers and will be known as the STEVEN ARMSTRONG MEDAL.
The evening will be held at the Kalamunda Cougars Club rooms on Friday 15th of September 2017 with our Year 12's, along with their parents and special invited guests, attending a formal 'Brownlow' style special event for the presentation of the Medal to our Fairest and Best player in the Year 12's this year. The night is not only just a medal count but also a celebration of our Year 12's time at the Kalamunda Tigers with video presentations throughout the evening.
As we know Steven Armstrong is our most decorated Tiger having played with both Melbourne and the West Coast Eagles in the AFL. He is a premiership player with the Eagles and is a multiple Fairest and Best winner with our club. Steven has played and coached at the Kalamunda Cougars Football Club and is still currently coaching with Swan Districts.
Steven humbly accepted our offer to name our most prestigious award after him and we feel that the naming of this award recognises the high esteem that we as a club hold Steven in as a former Player at the Kalamunda Tigers.
We sincerely thank Steven and his family, who will be attending the evening to present the medal to the winner.