Congratulations to club legend Tony Cooper who last night was inducted into the
SFNL Hall of Fame.
Tony is one of only five official club legends and while everyone at Springvale Districts appreciates the endless work and input “Coops” has had over a 40 year period, his effort is now recognised at an association level.
There isn’t a more deserving recipient, the club is incredibly proud and thankful for your service.
The Southern Football Netball League Hall of Fame was established in 2015 to acknowledge and celebrate persons who have made significant contributions to the SFNL or the forerunners of the SFNL, being the Federal Football League, Eastern Suburbs Churches Football Association and South East Suburban Football League.
To be nominated as an inductee for the Hall of Fame, the nominee must have demonstrated attributes including longevity, quality of performance, integrity, sportsmanship, good character and promoted the values of the SFNL or its forerunners. Nominees may be living or deceased.
There are seven categories under which an individual may be considered for induction into the Hall of Fame. They are player, administrator, official, coach, umpire, media or lifetime achiever.
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