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Kansas City Power 2015 Season Schedule Released


2015 Kansas City Power Schedule o   May 9-10 – Des Moines 80/35 10’s Tournament – Des Moines, IA o   June 6-7  – KC Power @ Tulsa 18’s – Tulsa, OK o   June 20-21  – KC Power @ Des Moines 18’s – Des Read more

First Metro (All Comers) Game of the Season!


  Bring your friends and family out and celebrate the first game of the season! We'll have the first kick at 10am, at Hyde Park (39th and Gilham Read more

KC Power to Kick off 2014 season!


  Join the Kansas City Power Australian Football Club at Gillham Park on Saturday, April 12 at 10am. Coach Pete Chung will be going over season expectations, training sessions, game schedule and other on-field issues. Don't forget returning players can submit their Read more

The Power Remembers One of it's Own


The Power wants to publicly take some time to remember Charlie "Chuck" Casebier. Charlie was an avid club supporter seen at every club function. Charlie traveled to Nationals and away games, and was a bright spot within the Power. Read more

Metro #2 - Kirkie Cup


The Metro moved to Friday night play and it proved to be a great evening for the players and fans. Pictures from the day ...                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Read more

2009 Awards Dinner

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The Kansas City Power held our end of the year dinner at  Cinzetti’s Italian Restaurant tonight with record attendance of 60 plus.  The successful evening included special honors for two members of the club.  Ryan Richardson and Peter Chung each received the Kansas City Power Life Membership Award.  Their contributions to the club on and off the field have been immeasurable, and have more than earned them their place in KC Power history.

The night was full of suspense as the first medal presented, Best First Year Player, came down to the wire.  With 24 votes, Jeremy Wilson edged out Graham Laird (23) for the honors that were presented by 2008 winner, Wes Edwin.  Jeremy quickly filled the role of ruckman, and made strong showings not only in the metro competition, but the Power games against the likes of Dallas, Denver, STL/Ohio Valley, and on into Nationals.  Notable mention: Derek Clopton (16), Scott Myers (16)

The next award presented was the Coach’s Clubman of the Year.  This medal is given to the player that best suits the ambition and passion of the game as deemed by coach Mark Lambert.  First year player David Fritz has shown that he is willing to put in the time and effort to perfect his game and give full support to the rest of the club, attending more than 90% of the years training sessions and games.

Not to be outdone by the drama of the first medal of the awards dinner, the Mark Scott medal for Best and Fairest was the pinnacle award of the evening.  Appropriately named after the 2007 Center Half-back of the decade, Australian Mark Scott logged many hours on the fields of Kansas City, and the ovals of many opponent cities.  A great player and mentor, he will be honored each year by the best on ground.  This years recipient was Carlos Santacruz with 17 votes.  A very quick and dexterous wingman with a strong leg and even stronger will, Carlos received 1st place on ground votes 4 times this season.  The self-proclaimed “beast on the field” began his career with the Power just a year prior in 2008, contributing freatly in the Division III National Championship run in Colorado Springs.  Picking up big votes early on this season in metro play, Carlos was able to stay off veterans Ryan Richardson (16) and 2008 winner Thias Amick (14).  Notable mention: Bruce Cameron (11), Mike Brookshire (9), Wes Edwin (9)

The final award of the evening was the Club Person of the Year medal presented to Simon Cox for his undying sense of mateship and commitment to the club in 2009.  Coxy, as he is lovingly referred to as, finagled his way into a contract extension through his employer in order to remain in the states until after Nationals.  The lovable aussie forewent his move to England to meet back up with his wife and two sons, and had remained to give the Power a much needed boost in on-field technique and off-field camaraderie.  A truly deserved honor, Simon Cox will continue to inspire those who know him long after his time with the Power.  We can only hope that he isn’t away long before his first return visit.

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