Mosquito Awards

The President’s Trophy

This trophy was donated by Keith Yach and is to be presented to the player at each level who is a good representative of the team both on and off the field. The Bel-Air team President selects the winner, although the coaches are asked to make several recommendations.

2021 Winner – Philippe Almond
2020 – No season
2019 – Troy McEvoy2018 – Karissa Amell
2017 – Gabriel Zammar2016 – Jonas Wright
2015 – Skyanne Amell2014 – Tyler Clostre
2013 – Bryson Corrigall-Mulready2012 – Malcolm MacDonald
2011 – Cameron Goudie2010 – Asa Furge
2009 – Scott Waddell2008 – Tyler McDonald
2007 – Clayton Franko2006 – Lucas Glover
2005 – Darcy Weir2004 – Wesley Larocque
2003 – Ian Mutter2002 – Nicholas Chapman
2001 – Todd Cochrane2000 – Jay Cochrane
1999 – Zack Vallentyne1998 – Josh Chartier
1997 – Mony Reth1996 – Liam Moore
1995 – John Crupi1994 – Matt Jackson
1993 – Grant Ladouceur1992 – Chris Belleville
1991 – Jerry Valois1990 – Devin Murphy
1989 – Joe Costanzo1988 – Michel Proulx
1987 – Michel Proulx1986 – Bryce Ostroski

The Mike Fitzpatrick Trophy

This trophy is named after a former Bel-Air President and is presented to someone who has persevered to become a better player. Any player can win this trophy regardless of their ability, as long as they show both will and effort to improve throughout the season.

2021 Winner – Reed Ingram
2020 – No season
2019 – Max Palmer2018 – Aveyah Geddes-Khem
2017 – Noah Maxime2016 – Kaylea Clostre
2015 – Griffin Yablonski-Bond2014 – Justin Larocque
2013 – Djosy Lukusa2012 – Kelly Paquette
2011 – Nick Cunnington-Bourbonniere2010 – Mike Frigon
2009 – Marcus Stukel2008 – Keanu Croteau
2007 – William Vail2006 – Scott Ferris
2005 – Jean-Sebastien Colas2004 – Justin Langevin
2003 – Jacob Grant2002 – Tyrone Afram
2001 – Jay Cochrane2000 – Ian Pell
1999 – Adam Lepage1998 – Fabian Parsons-Grimes
1997 – Ryan Mousseau1996 – Kyle Piche
1995 – Curtis Corneau1994 – Tenroy Reid
1993 – Jonas Mitchell1992 – Curtis Brown
1991 – Jason Jeanveaux1990 – Shaun Cathcart
1989 – Kirk Johnson1988 – Rick Dow
1987 – Karl Thom1986 – Carrie-Ann Ducharme

The Fahey Trophy

The best lineman for the Mosquito level wins this award, which was donated by the family of former Bel-Air middle linebacker Willie Fahey. The Bel-Air Coaches select the winner each season.

2021 Winner – DaMontay Gero
2019 – José Miguel2020 – No season
2017 – Brody Dyer2018 – Javien Valois
2015 – Logan Carty2016 – Nick Ruest
2013 – Francis Tyo2014 – Gabriel Castillo
2011 – Liam Paquette2012 – Luke Vandenberg
2009 – Ben Spencer2010 – Ian MacLean-Evans
2007 – Connor Lamont2008 – Saeed Hersi
2005 – Justin Belair2006 – Liam Glover
2003 – Phil Ste.Marie2004 – Erik Hughes-Davidson
2001 – Angelo Bucciarelli2002 – Luigi Molloy & Justin Deschamps
1999 – Mohamed Issa2000 – Jamie Davidson
1997 – Michael Alam1998 – Nahom Kidanemariam
1995 – Mike Maitland1996 – Jamie McEwan
1993 – Chris Belleville1994 – Richard Green
1991 – Chris Watts1992 – Joe Costanzo
1989 – Travis Allen1990 – Paul Dorion
1987 – Bryce Ostroski1988 – Abel Furtado
1985 – Derek Sauve1986 – Jack Vallati
1983 – Bobby Regimbald1984 – Bobby Regimbald
1981 – Tim King1982 – Jordan Pettigrew

The Inniss Trophy

The Inniss family donated this trophy on behalf of their sons, Kirk Moses and Howie Inniss. This award goes to an individual who has contributed the most to the team (not necessarily the most valuable player). A player would be considered to win this trophy if they have made a large contribution to the team in terms of spirit. The sort of individual who turns up in the worst kind of weather and is a real team player.

The Bel-Air Mosquito Coaches consider this to be the most important individual award, since it represents the qualities they always look for in players.

2021 Winner – Jack Costanzo
2020 – No season
2019 – Lincoln Peline2018 – Gabriel Zammar
2017 – Logan Pstross2016 – Keyshawn Reid
2015 – Keyshawn Reid2014 – Bryce Russell
2013 – Isaac Ombotimbe2012 – Max Wong
2011 – Connor Williams2010 – Ben Spencer
2009 – Adam Schertzer2008 – Brendan Lesaux
2007 – Elias Castello2006 – Collin MacLeod
2005 – Wesley Larocque2004 – Nick Chapman
2003 – Hugh-John Karpik2002 – Ricky Clostre
2001 – Adam Gourgon2000 – Matt Scott
1999 – Geordie MacGregor1998 – Joe Kanaan
1997 – Taich Paquette-Grimes1996 – Raymond Reid
1995 – Kris Casey1994 – Grant Ladouceur
1993 – Joe Costanzo1992 – Dave Anderson
1991 – Andrew Tweedy1990 – Chris Cochrane
1989 – Devin Murphy1988 – Travis Allen
1987 – Darryl Dennis1986 – Flo Costanzo
1985 – Scott Boxall1984 – Scott Laflamme
1983 – Benji Davidson1982 – Scott Lavergne
1981 – Gordon Srdoc1980 – Nick Platana
1979 – Vic Chapman1978 – Greg Guillet

The Valiquette Trophy

This trophy was given to the Bel-Air Copeland Lions by Valiquette Sports. This sports store has been in Ottawa since the 1960’s. This trophy is awarded to the most valuable player (MVP) on the Mosquito team. This award is bestowed upon the individual who has performed the best throughout the season.

2021 Winner – Jessy Momo
2020 – No season
2019 – Anderson Alexandre2018 – Wilhem Baumann
2017 – Thomas Bean2016 – Jerry Momo
2015 – Liam Carreiro2014 – Shawn Lukusa
2013 – Stephane Tshishimbi2012 – Nana-Yaw Serbeh
2011 – Jean-Paul Cimankinda2010 – Alex Childs
2009 – Aiden Magee2008 – Andrew Gregg
2007 – Stephan Owens2006 – Ekon-Obong Akpan
2005 – Andrew Nunez2004 – Jesse St. Louis
2003 – Stevie Anderson & Michael Chartier2002 – Colin Greene
2001 – Ricky Clostre2000 – Josh Chartier
1999 – Derek Crupi1998 – Rady Saleh & Daniel Cama
1997 – Rady Saleh1996 – Chris Lewis & Eric Monast
1995 – Grant Ladouceur1994 – Phoutone Louangrath
1993 – Joe Costanzo1992 – Jon Braddock
1991 – Geoff Thomas1990 – Norm Paquette
1989 – Travis Allen1988 – Stephane Bastien
1987 – Scott Boxall1986 – Joe Vallati
1985 – Sheldon Emond1984 – Pat Bujold
1983 – Joe Violante1982 – Scott Lavergne
1981 – Carlo Disipio