Socceroo Craig Goodwin and Matildas’ Alex Chidiac win A-League high honours

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Socceroos star Craig Goodwin and Matildas dynamo Alex Chidiac have claimed high honours on the A-Leagues’ Dolan Warren Awards.

Adelaide United skipper Goodwin had a hand in every part good the Reds achieved of their third-placed season, scoring 15 objectives and notching 11 assists to assert the Johnny Warren Medal.

It capped off a 12 months the place he scored towards France and compelled an personal purpose towards Argentina to play a key position within the Socceroos’ run to the World Cup spherical of 16 in Qatar.

In the meantime Chidiac received the Julie Dolan Medal regardless of solely taking part in 13 of Melbourne Victory’s 20 regular-season video games, on mortgage from NWSL membership Racing Louisville.

The attacking midfielder scored six objectives and was a inventive pressure throughout her stint on the Victory.

Chidiac, 24, has largely been used off the bench by the Matildas as an affect substitute however is predicted to be named in a Ladies’s World Cup squad for the primary time for July’s event on house soil.

Each Goodwin and Chidiac claimed their respective awards for the primary time.

Melbourne Metropolis breakout sensation Jordan Bos was named ALM younger participant of the season forward of taking part in in Saturday’s grand last towards Central Coast.

Sydney FC midfielder Sarah Hunter, 19, earned the ALW honour after a standout marketing campaign for the premiers.

Western United boss Mark Torcaso received ALW coach of the season for main the newcomers to second place and a grand last berth of their first season.

Adelaide mentor Carl Veart landed the ALM award for steering the Reds to 3rd on the desk.

Western Sydney shotstopper Lawrence Thomas received the golden glove as ALM goalkeeper of the 12 months, whereas United’s Hillary Beall received the ALW equal.

Chris Beath, who introduced he’ll retire after officiating Saturday’s ALM grand last, was named males’s referee of the season with Casey Reibelt claiming the ALW award.

Roll of honour

Johnny Warren Medal: Craig Goodwin (Adelaide United)

Julie Dolan Medal: Alex Chidiac (Melbourne Victory)

Males’s younger footballer of the 12 months: Jordan Bos (Melbourne Metropolis)

Ladies’s younger footballer of the 12 months: Sarah Hunter (Sydney FC)

Males’s coach of the 12 months: Carl Veart (Adelaide)

Ladies’s coach of the 12 months: Mark Torcaso (Western United)

Males’s golden glove: Lawrence Thomas (Western Sydney Wanderers)

Ladies’s golden glove: Hillary Beall (WU)

Males’s Golden Boot: Jamie Maclaren (Metropolis)

Ladies’s Golden Boot: Hannah Keane (WU)

Males’s purpose of the 12 months: Giordano Colli (Perth Glory)

Ladies’s purpose of the 12 months: Madison Haley (Sydney)

Males’s save of the 12 months: Andrew Redmayne (Sydney)

Ladies’s save of the 12 months: Hilary Beall (WU)

Males’s referee of the 12 months: Chris Beath

Ladies’s referee of the 12 months: Casey Reibelt

Males’s truthful play award: Brisbane Roar

Ladies’s truthful play award: Canberra United

Males’s fan participant of the 12 months: Oskar Zawada (Wellington Phoenix)

Ladies’s fan participant of the 12 months: Maria Jose Rojas (Metropolis).

-AAP