GFAA Awards for 2016/17 Season

GFAA Awards for 2016/17 Season

Congratulations Sunshine Coast Game Fishing Club on winning the following awards at this year’s GFAA  Awards Night.

John O’Brien Trophy for Highest Point Scoring Tag & Release GFAA club in Australian Waters. This is the 10th time the SCGFC have been National T&R Champions with 197,134 points.

The team on Chaos also had fantastic results. Congratulations Jay, Dee and Crew on winning the following;

David Litchfield Trophy – highest point scoring boat T&R Marlin in Australian Waters.

Tailored Marine Trophy – highest point scoring Boat T&R in Australian Waters.

Sir Garrick Agnew Trophy – Runner up, most billfish tagged – Bryce Bartleson

Our juniors also featured on the night with the following results showing all of QLD that was provided by QGFA Secretary, Dawn Earle and added the following comment from QGFA – Sincere congratulations go out to all of these winners for their participation and effort throughout the year. For those Juniors and Smallfry who participated and didn’t win anything we say “job well done and don’t give up as next year could be your turn”.


Junior Male:                      Dylan Roberts    Weipa Billfish Club           125 points

Smallfry Male:                  Ryan Meads       Mackay GFC                       1721.6 points

Junior Female:                  No Participation

Smallfry Female:             Emmi Roberts    Weipa Billfish Club           405 points


Junior Male:                      Ben Wratten      Sunshine Coast GFC        2100 points

Smallfry Male:                  Ben Massurit     Sunshine Coast GFC        10060 points

Junior Female:        Savannah Woolcott    Yorkeys Knob SFC            680 points

Smallfry Female:             Emmi Roberts    Weipa Billfish Club           1170 points


Ben Massurit                     Sunshine Coast GFC        10060 points

Don’t forget if you have not registered for the GFAA National Junior Tournament you can do by following this link –

Thanks to all of our members who contributed to achieving this great result and once again making the SCGFC the most successful tag and release club in Australia.


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