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NIF AWARD RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED

After finishing the season with more than 30 goals, North Companions’ Brodie King has been confirmed as the Northern Inland Premier League’s golden boot.

The striker played a vital part in the club’s first premiership in a decade.

Runners up Oxley Vale-Attunga also had two recognised, with goalkeeper Troy Keyte awarded the ‘golden glove’, as the competition’s best shot stopper.

Tim Coates was judged to be coach of the year, while Tamworth F-C was awarded Northern Inland Football’s club of the year.

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