2018-19 Player Awards

2018-19 Player Awards

The winners of the Wick Academy 2018-19 player awards are as follows:

  • Supporters' Player of the year - Jack Henry.
  • Players' Player of the year - Jack Henry and Marc MacGregor.
  • John Henderson Shield for the Young player of the year - Grant Aitkenhead.
  • Bill Mackay Memorial Golden Boot award - Marc MacGregor - 15 goals.
  • Fair Play Award - Alan Farquhar.
  • Michael McNeill Trophy Goal of the season - Jack Henry - WAFC v Forres Mechanics - HLC - December 2018.
  • Dot McLachlan Trophy for the most improved player - Andrew Hardwick.
  • Dan Thomson Trophy Youth player of the year - Aaron Wilson.
  • Wick Academy Clubman Award - Jack Henry.

Best Wishes For Macadie's Testimonial Dinner

All the very best to Richard Macadie for his testimonial dinner tonight. 524 appearances and counting. Great achievement Richard, have a great night.

Macadie testimonial

2018-19 Supporters' Player of Year - Jack Henry

Voting took place at today's game against Keith for the Supporters' Player of the Year. It was won by jack Henry. The Dan Thomson Trophy for the Youth player of the year is awarded to Aaron Wilson. The John Henderson Shield for the Young player of the year is Grant Aitkenhead. Well done to all three players.

Jack Henry

Voting For Supporters' Player of Year

Voting will take place at this Saturday’s game against Keith for the Wick Academy Supporters’ player of the year. Here are some up-to-date player stats which may help you decide who gets your vote.

Stats 10 April 19

Sam Mackay Signs Contract Extension

Sam Mackay Signs Contract Extension


Wick Academy are delighted to announce that Sam Mackay has signed a contract extension that will see him with the club until 2020. This is Sam's 10th season with Wick Academy.

Academy Manager Tom McKenna is delighted that Sam has extended his contract, saying:

"To secure the services of Sam Mackay for another year is fantastic news for the football club and team. Sam has established himself as one of the main footballing figures in the Highland League and he is a big character within the team. Working with Sam week in week out you quickly recognise the qualities he possesses and his appetite for the game. Again, like all the players in our squad, he is a joy to work with".