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Special Awards

[toggle title=”2013 – 14″ state=”closed”]

  • Brian Brown, premier league’s leading goal scorer with 18 goals gets Golden Boot for the first time at professional level as well as leading scorer for rounds 1 and 3
  • 3rd Place in Premier League after losing 3-2 on aggregate in semi-finals against season champions Montego Bay United
  • Under 17 KSAFA champions
  • Coach Harold Thomas receives China Harbour “Coach of Round 1” award

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[toggle title=”2012 – 13″ state=”closed”]

  • End of Round One Finalist losing 0-2 to Boy’s Town FC
  • End of Round Two Champions defeating Cavalier SC 2-0
  • KSAFA Yellow Pages Knockout Champions defeating Boy’s Town FC 5-3 on penalties after 1-1 draw
  • Red Stripe Premier League Champions 2013 with 72 points
  • Michaud Barrett voted Best Goalkeeper of the League
  • Vin Blaine Champion Coach
  • Best Defensive Team of the League
  • Jermie Lynch China Harbour “Star Baller of April”
  • HVFC Technical Director, Vin Blaine appointed to assist Reggae Boyz Head Coach, Winfried Schafer in last 4 World Cup Qualifiers and Female Technical Director

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[toggle title=”2011 – 12″ state=”closed”]

  • VMBS/UTECH Futsal Tournament Champions
  • Coach, Harold Thomas goes on Coaching Course at Traffic Academy in Sao Paulo, Brasil.
  • KSAFA Under 20 Boy’s Champions
  • Hugo Saye publishes first book written about HVFC “Of Garrisons and Goalscorers”

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[toggle title=”2010 – 11″ state=”closed”]

  • FIFA TMS Seminar attended by Clyde Jureidini
  • FIFA Management Seminar attended by Ludlow Bernard and Clyde Jureidini
  • British writer Hugo Saye arrives to do stories and a book on HVFC and Jamaican Football throughout the season

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[toggle title=”2009 – 10″ state=”closed”]

  • Premier League End of Second Round Final Champions defeating Waterhouse by 1-0.
  • Under 21 End of First Round Final Champions defeating Tivoli Gardens FC by 1-0.
  • Under 21 League End of Second Round Final Runners up defeated by Waterhouse 2-1.
  • Richard Edwards, Kavin Bryan, Romario Campbell, Andre Steele, FJohn-Ross Edwards, Dicoy Williams and Oniel Fisher invited to Senior Reggae Boyz Training Camps
  • Romario Campbell, Andre Steele, John-Ross Edwards, Carlloyd Walters,McKauly Tulloch and Oniel Fisher invited to Under 23 Reggae Boyz Training Camps
  • Richard Edwards, Kavin Bryan, Dicoy Williams and Oniel Fisher plays in Senior Reggae Boyz Friendly games in South Africa, Argentina and Trinidad
  • Digicel Premier League Champions, Under Coach Donovan “DV” Hayles
  • Under 21 JFF/PLCA League Champions, Under Coach Harold Thomas
  • Under 20 KSAFA League Champions, Under Coach Ludlow Bernard
  • Under 17 KSAFA League Champions then disqualified by KSAFA in strange ruling, Under Coach Andrew Hines
  • Lovel Palmer to Houston Dynamos in MLS, USA and Dwayne Miller to Syrianska in Sweden.
  • Dicoy Williams goes on trial to Mondalen FC, Norway.
  • Kavin Bryan invited to trials in Sweden and Vietnam
  • Jermaine Hue selected as HVFC Most Valuable Player by Digicel
  • Martin Davis, Under 13 Captain is voted MVP in Valencia FC Summer Camp to go Spain for two weeks trial in July
  • International friendly against Barracuda FC a new professional Club in Antigua, HVFC wins 1-0.
  • Coach Andrew Hines to Coaching Seminars in Trinidad and Level 1 in Jamaica
  • Ludlow Bernard goes to JFF Level 2 Coaching course
  • August 14th, Errol Stevens on loan to Khimki FC in Russian Premiership.
  • August 30th, Akeem Priestley to Mugan PFC in Azerbaijan Premiership.
  • Karen Julius is decorated with her Doctorate.
  • Vin Baine is intregal as an Instructor at the new JFF Coaching School at UTech
  • Donald Stewart, Clifton Waugh and Oniel Smith attend JFF Advanced Grade 1 Coaching Course at UTech in July
  • Annmarie Leon attends JFF Management Seminar at UTech
  • Andrew Hines goes to FIFA Physical Training and Physiotherapy Seminar in Trinidad and Tobago from October 6-12th
  • Serbian Football Scout visits and selects five (5) Under 16 players for trials in July 2010, plus Richard Edwards and Dicoy Williams from premiership
  • Vin Blaine, Heads Coach of Female National Under 20 Team to Dominican Republic and win 5-0 over St. Lucia and 11-1 over Dominican Republic.

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[toggle title=”2008 – 09″ state=”closed”]

  • Brazilian Technical Director, Waldemar De Oliviera arrives on July 30
  • Female Team tours Antigua to be crowned CPSTA Champions of the Caribbean Tournament
  • Shakira Duncan, wins leading goalscorer prize with eight goals
  • Female Sherwin-Williams Knockout Champions for a record fifth year consecutively
  • CONCACAF Champions League inaugural tournament in Mexico City to play Champions PUMAS UNAM losing 0-3, as the Home Game was cancelled due to heavy rains from Hurricane Dean hitting Jamaica the day before
  • Digicel Premier League End-of-First-Round-Champions
  • Notodden FK’s General Manager, Per Arne Hansen and Kvaal Keijtl GK Coach visits Jamaica again on exploratory mission of Club Alliances
  • Fabian Taylor is Transferred in November
  • Kavin Bryan on Loan to Notodden FK from March to November.
  • JFF/PLCA Under 21 champions
  • JFF/PLCA Under 21 End of Second round finals Champions defeating Sporting central Academy by 3-1 at Arnett Gardens FC.
  • 3rd historic most competitive Digicel Premier League
  • KSAFA Under 20 Champions
  • Ludlow Bernard is voted “Coach of the Year”
  • KSAFA Under 15 Champions
  • Sherwin –Williams Female Semifinalist
  • Jorginho James and Sadeeke Street are selected to the National Under 17 team
  • Sydney McFarlane is “Under 15 Coach of the Year”
  • Midfielder, Taniesha Vassel makes the Senior Female National Team

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[toggle title=”2007 – 08″ state=”closed”]

  • Female Sherwin-Williams Knockout Champions
  • Five more Members of our Female Team accepts Scholarship offers in the USA in September
  • Under 20 Team tours Atlanta
  • 3rd in pre-season 4 team Caribbean Tournament in US Virgin Islands
  • KSAFA Locker Room Sports President’s Cup Champion
  • CFU Club Championship Champions, for the second time
  • CONCACAF Cup defeated by DC United,in Jamaica by 1-2 and 5-0 in Washington DC
  • Fabian Taylor goes on Loan to Notodden FK in Norway,after Per Arne Hansen, General Manager visits Jamaica.
  • Christopher Harvey on Loan to Joe Public FC in Trinidad, plays in CONCACAF Champions League
  • Western Union Jackie Bell Knockout Champions for a fifth time
  • Under 21 Coca-Cola/JFF Champions
  • Captain, Montrose Phinn is voted MVP
  • Under 21 Coca-Cola/JFF End-of-First-Round Finalist
  • Under 15 KSAFA Champions
  • Under 13 KSAFA finalists
  • Under 20 KSAFA semifinalist

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[toggle title=”2006 – 07″ state=”closed”]

  • Female Sherwin-Williams League Champions
  • Female Sherwin-Williams Knockout Champions
  • Pre-season Tour of Toronto, Canada defeating the Serbian White Eagles and an All Caribbean Team
  • Rafiek Thomas receives MVP Award
  • Wray and Nephew EOFR Champions
  • Wray and Nephew EOSR Finalist
  • Western Union Jackie Bell Knock Out Champions
  • Fabian Taylor Voted MVP of Jackie Bell KO

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[toggle title=”2005 – 06″ state=”closed”]

    • Premier League End of First Round Finalists
    • 3rd Place in the League
    • Most Attacking Team
    • Donovan Hayles “Coach of the Month” of September, October and November
    • Lovel Palmer “Player of the Month” of September (4 goals)
    • Marcelino Blackburn “Player of the Month” of November (5 goals)
    • Red Stripe Knockout Finalists

JFF Under 21

    • Kemar Petrekin voted Most Valuable Player
    • End of Second Round Finalists
    • League Finalists

Women

  • Sherwin-Williams Knockout Champions plus Runners up in the End of First Round Finals as well as the League Finals
  • Ludlow Bernard ­ Winning KSAFA Coach in the JFF
  • Confederation Islandwide Tournament

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[toggle title=”2004 – 05″ state=”closed”]

    • U-13 Leading Goalscorer – Romario Campbell (13 goals)
    • Leading Goalscorer, Cleon Brown (11 goals)
    • U20 Leading Goalscorer – Kemar Petrekin (12 goals)
    • U21 Leading Goalscorer – Kemar Petrekin (16 goals)
    • Most Attacking NPL Team Award
    • Leading NPL Goalscorer Fabian Taylor (19 goals)
    • Fabian Taylor: Player of the Month (September, November 2003 and January and February 2004)
    • Donovan Hayles – Coach of the Month in September 2003 and April 2004
    • JNBS Federation Cup Leading Goalscorer – Nicholas McCreath (6 goals)

Premier League 2004-05

    • Donovan Hayles – Coach of the Month in October 2004
    • Jomo Gordon – (10 goals) Leading Goalscorer in CFU Caribbean Club Championships
    • Premier League End of First Round Champions
    • Preliminary Rounds Champions
    • 4th Place in the League
    • Most Attacking Team
    • JNBS Knockout semifinalists

JFF Under 21

    • Kemar Petrekin voted Most Valuable Player
    • End of Second Round Finalists
    • League Finalists

Women

  • Sherwin-Williams Knockout Champions plus Runners up in the End of First Round Finals as well as the League Finals
  • Ludlow Bernard ­ Winning KSAFA Coach in the JFF
  • Confederation Islandwide Tournament

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[toggle title=”2003 – 04″ state=”closed”]

  • Romario Campbell – Under 13 Leading Goalscorer with 14 goals
  • Most Victories in the Premier League in the month of September – HVFC 3 wins (4 games)
  • Most Goals in the Premier League in the month of September – Fabian Taylor 4 goals (4 games)

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[toggle title=”2002 – 03″ state=”closed”]

  • Premier League – Fabian Taylor, Nicholas McCreath, Jomo Gordon –Hatricks
  • Under 21 Most Disciplined Award

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[toggle title=”2000 – 02″ state=”closed”]

  • Premier League Most Outstanding goal keeper – Leon Gordon
  • Premier League MVP
  • Premier League – Player of the Finals – Jermaine Hue
  • Most Outstanding Coach – Peter Cargill
  • 1999 – 2000 Premier League MVP – Jermaine Hue
  • Under 14 MVP – Akeem Priestly

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[toggle title=”1999 – 2000″ state=”closed”]

  • Federation Cup Leading Goal scorer Nicholas McCreath

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[toggle title=”1998 – 99″ state=”closed”]

  • Under 20 MVP Roger Delfosse
  • Under 20 Coach Donovan Hayles
  • Under 14 MVP Dino Williams

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[toggle title=”1995 -96″ state=”closed”]

  • KSAFA M.V.P. (Onandi Lowe)
  • KSAFA Rookie of the year (Ricardo Gardener)
  • KSAFA Manager of the year (Paul Hibbert)

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[toggle title=”1994 – 95″ state=”closed”]

  • Leading Goal Scorer Jackie Bell K.O. (Richard Coke)
  • M.V.P. JN Federation Cup (Andrew Hines)
  • Leading Goal Scorer JN Federation Cup (Richard Coke)

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[toggle title=”1993 – 94″ state=”closed”]

  • M.V.P. Ken Mathews Under 14 (Ricardo Gardener)
  • Leading Goal Scorer Ken Mathews Under 14 (Daland Trowers)
  • Leading Goal Scorer KSAFA Major League (Onandi Lowe)
  • M.V.P. KSAFA Major League (Onandi Lowe)

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[toggle title=”1991 – 92″ state=”closed”]

  • Certificate of Merit KSAFA (Sydney Masters)

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[toggle title=”1984 – 85″ state=”closed”]

  • Most Disciplined Team (Minor League)
  • Leading Goal Scorer Minor League (Michael Campbell)

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[toggle title=”1981 – 82″ state=”closed”]

  • Player of the year Major League (Junior Groves)
  • Hero of Major League (Sydney Masters)

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[toggle title=”1978 – 79″ state=”closed”]

  • Player of the year Major League (Mark Salmon)

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[toggle title=”1977 – 78″ state=”closed”]

  • Most Disciplined Team (Minor League)

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[toggle title=”1976 – 77″ state=”closed”]

  • Most outstanding coach KSAFA Major League (Trevor Harris)
  • Certificate of Merit KSAFA (Carvel Stewart)
  • Most Disciplined Team (Minor League)
  • Most Disciplined Team (Major League)

[/toggle] [toggle title=”1975 – 76″ state=”closed”]

  • Highest Score in Major League (14-0 Vs. Rockfort)
  • Leading Goal Scorer KSAFA Major League (Russel Bell)

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