THE best performers from the Yenda Tigers Soccer Club were given their moment in the spotlight during their annual presentation night last weekend.
Despite lacking the size of some others clubs in the city, the Tigers achieved a measure of success in 2012 with their all-age women's side again one of the best in the competition.
Testament to their dedication, several under 14s and 16s played more than one game each weekend to help push the open-age side to the brink of the grand final.
Hannah Farronato and Emma Fattore typified this spirit to play in the under 14s and 16s every week, before also playing more than handy roles in all-age.
Teagan Carnell, who just missed out on the Griffith and District Golden Boot Award by only two goals this season, was rewarded as the Yenda Tigers Women's Top Goal Scorer for the season, while Hannah Pastro took out Rookie of the Year.
Danny Careri picked up the Over 35s Top Goal Scorer who was also this year's Griffith and District Best and Fairest Player for the fourth year in a row.
Yenda president Jason Wood also made mention of Adrian Serafin, who gives up his time each week to coach the women's side, but also heads up the Tigers' junior development.