2019 Annual Awards

The Grangemouth Flag Football Club Annual Awards Night was held on the 19th of October, once again at the Oxgang Kitchen Bar and Rooms.

After a meal the clubs players, friends, supporters and families celebrated another fantastic year for the whole Club.

As usual, Club Chairman Jimmy Thomson presented an overview of what has been a very busy year for the Club

  • Colts at Winter League
  • Broncos improving their placement at Flagging New Year.
  • Broncos and Colts at Flagging Iron Man
  • BAFA Div 1 – Colts Slow start and exciting end
  • BAFA Premier – Broncos Unbeaten run, then Kings of the North
  • Post Season for the Colts
  • Broncos make it to British Semi-Final and miss Final by 2 Points
  • Club player successes with HNC Chieftains
  • Big Bowl – Broncos improved finish
  • Creation of Grangemouth Fillies Team
  • Broncos win Granite City Quaich

Then the Club presented each of the players with medals for the BAFA League Season.

Then on to the Club Awards:-

After a very close vote, the Club Most Memorable Play award went to …..

Matthew Ross

for his pass for a touchdown against the Nottingham HoneyBadgers.


The Rookie of the Year Award is not one we have been in a position to give out in the past. This year, with a lot of new players, it felt appropriate. The recipient was…

John Heron

(John wasn’t present on the evening, so he was presented with his trophy at the next opportune moment)





The Club Comedy Award is a well established tradition.

This year the Award went to…

Andy Brown

For his inexplicable no-look backward pass against Manchester titans



The Kelpie Award is for any Club Member who has gone “Above and Beyond” for the club.

This year the Award was presented to Scott McKenzie

Scott is more than just an excellent quarterback on the field. His commitment to the club in general over the past year has been exemplary.
He played every Broncos game this year, and also got involved on the field with the Colts and the Fillies throughout the Year.
He is the unquestioned leader of the Broncos Offence.
Off the field, he has helped guide the Colts, and particularly Broony, through some tough matches in the league.
He has taken on the offensive coordinator mantle for the Fillies.


Offensive Players of the Year Award

Grangemouth Colts – James Duffie

(Award presented by Scott McKenzie)







Grangemouth Broncos – Scott McKenzie

(Award presented by Gordon McSherry)






Defensive Player of the Year Award

Grangemouth Colts – John Heron

(Presented, at a later date, by Jimmy Thomson)





Grangemouth Broncos – Callum Woods

(Presented by Andy Brown)







Players’ Player of the Year

These awards are voted by the team.

Grangemouth Colts – James Duffie

(Presented by Yvonne Cliffe, representing the Canalside)






Grangemouth Broncos – Callum Woods

(Presented by Steven Cliffe)