ROLL OF HONOUR INDEX
Temple Fortune Football Club's ROLL OF HONOUR covers several categories which are listed below in full.

THE CLUB AWARDS – TFFC'S PERPETUAL TROPHIES (featured below)
THE CLUB AWARDS
TFFC'S PERPETUAL TROPHIES
Click on the captions for a list of winners

THE MERIT PLAQUE OF DISTINCTION

WINNERS
Type of trophy: Handpainted mahogany plaque
Size: Approximately 9 inches square
Award originated: 1990/91
Other info: The Merit Plaque serves as a prestigious Roll of Honour in recognition of members' outstanding achievements for the Club. It has never actually been presented to one of the 'winners'! Click here for more information including pictures.
Most times holder: Peter Kyte and Nick Waitsman (twice)
THE CHAIRMAN'S MERIT AWARD FOR THE FOUNDERS' CUP

WINNERS

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Type of trophy: Silverplated cup
Size: 12 inches overall height
Award originated: 1975/76
Other info: The Club's oldest annual award is presented 'for services rendered to the Club'. In the early years, the winners received handmade mementos rather than a perpetual trophy. The present day trophy was donated by Chairman Nigel Kyte in 1990, replacing the previous Italian-style trophy which, after a modification in 1994, was brought out of retirement to be given to Nick Waitsman to commemorate his third win that same year. The current trophy has engraved plates on three sides pf the wooden plinth carrying the winners' names.
Most times holders: Steve Feiger (4 times)
THE FIRST TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR TROPHY

WINNERS

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Type of trophy: Pewter cup
Size: 15 inches overall height
Award originated: 1976/77
Other info: This current handsome trophy replaced the previous Player of the Year Cup which had been in service for some 25 years. Sadly, the original trophy was lost by mistake after being returned by the holder in late April 2003. However, Garry Simpson, the First Team Secretary, kindly sponsored a replacement which was first presented to the 2002/03 Player of the Year... Garry himself! The new trophy lists all the previous winners on the one-piece plinth. It also includes "In memory of Jack Kyte" on the cup's face. When the base was filled with winners' names, a large black plinth, carrying winners' names in white lettering, was added to the trophy in 2011.
Most times holder: Danny Caro (3 times)

THE SECOND TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR CUP

WINNERS
Type of trophy: Silverplated cup
Size: 12 inches overall height
Award originated: 1979/80
Other info: The original cup was a smaller version which was presented to Peter Kyte after its retirement in 1991 to commemeorate his three wins. A second trophy was introduced in 1998 following the reformation of the Second Team, using the original engraved plinth. Once the plinth became full up in 2000, a marble base was added to emcompass the additional engraving. In March 2011, with the Second Team reformed again, a third silver-plated cup – similar to the second one but larger – was introduced, together with a lid, using the same plinth and base.
Most times holder: Robert Botkai (4 times)
THE OLD BOYS TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR TROPHY

WINNERS
Type of trophy: Silverplated cup
Size: 12 inches overall height
Award originated: 1999/00
Other info: The Old Boys Team's first season in the Maccabi Masters Football League coincided with the introduction of a new Player of the Year Award. A wooden shield measuring 8 and a half inches high was presented for the first time at the close of the 1999/00 season. It was replaced by a larger 12" wooden shield for season 2006/07. When that was eventually filled up at the end of the 2008/09 season, James Ryan of Ellis & Co sponsored a new cup in October 2009.
Most times holder: Graham Meyer (3 times)
THE FIRST TEAM LEADING GOALSCORER'S TROPHY

WINNERS

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Type of trophy: Silverplated cup
Size: 10 inches overall height
Award originated: 1976/77
Other info: The original perpetual trophy was first used for this award in 1980/81 and was presented annually for 19 years until being accidentally dented by cup holder Steve Feiger in 2000. By that time, a marble base had been added in 1996 after the plinth filled up. For the 2001/02 season, a new silverplated cup replaced it, using the original plinth and marble base. A second smaller marble base was added in 2011, with a support holding up the plinth. However, a large square black plinth replaced these in 2014, carrying a new engraved main plate.
Most times holder: Steve Feiger (6 times)
THE SECOND TEAM LEADING GOALSCORER'S TROPHY

WINNERS
Type of trophy: Silverplated salver
Size: 8 inches overall height
Award originated: 1979/80
Other info: The original trophy was a pewter tankard which was stored away for safekeeping after a player dented it. For that reason it was never engraved with the winners' names; however, a glass lid was added several years ago carrying penned-in names but it was broken in 2003. The tankard was presented to Robert Botkai to keep after winning the award for the 5th time in 2002/03. A new trophy, a salver 8 inches in diameter, was purchased in May 2004 and was engraved with all the previous Second XI top scorers. The salver was 'retired' at the end of the 2012/13 season when the Second Xi was folded again.
Most times holder: Robert Botkai (5 times)
THE OLD BOYS TEAM LEADING GOALSCORER'S TROPHY

WINNERS
Type of trophy: Silverplated cup
Size: 10 inches overall height
Award originated: 2000/01
Other info: A rectangular wooden plaque, 7 inches high x 9 inches wide in size, was introduced in time for the Old Boys XI's second season of Maccabi Masters League participation. The trophy included the leading scorers' names since 1994/95 when the side was officially formed. The plaque was replaced in October 2009 when a new high cup sponsored by James Ryan of Ellis & Co was purchased.
Most times holder: Steve Feiger (6 times)
THE FIRST TEAM CLUBMAN OF THE YEAR TROPHY

WINNERS

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Type of trophy: Silver metal cup standing on the original marble base with a wooden plinth below it
Size: 12 inches overall height
Award originated: 1988/89
Other info: The original footballer statuette trophy stood on a marble base and was first presented in the mid-nineties. Prior to then the Clubman of the Year award winners only received mementos to keep rather than a perpetual trophy as well. The inaugural winner of the first 'unofficial' Clubman award – namely Tony Espinoza in 1986 – received a very small silver cup donated by then First Team captain Tony Stock. The metal footballer figure was replaced by a larger charcoal-coloured resin one in 2005, giving the trophy a height of 12 inches, but this trophy was retired in 2015.
Most times holder: Simon Allen (4 times)
THE SECOND TEAM CLUBMAN OF THE YEAR TROPHY

WINNERS
Type of trophy: Rectangular wooden plaque
Size: 7 inches high x 9 inches wide
Award originated: 2001/02
Other info: Similar to the original Old Boys Leading Goalscorers Award, this rectangular plaque replaced the original trophy which was a statuette-type compilation in 2002. The plaque carries all previous winners engraved on the small silver horizontal plates.
Most times holder: Phil Friend (3 times)
THE OLD BOYS TEAM CLUBMAN OF THE YEAR TROPHY

WINNERS
Type of trophy: Silver bowl-style cup with integrated lid, on a black plastic plinth
Size: 10 inches overall height
Award originated: 2000/01
Other info: The Old Boys Clubman of the Year Award was introduced in 2000/01 but for the first season there wasn't an actual perpetual trophy. A gold-edged silverplated salver was introduced the season after and was replaced by a similar salver free of charge in May 2004 due to a typographic error by the engravers! A resin trophy – a duo-gold football supported by two 'star' handles – replaced the salver in 2006/07 but was retired in 2015 due to 'wear and tear'; it was presented to David Goldberg to commemorate 10 Clubman wins.
Most times holder: David Goldberg (10 times)
THE LEADING APPEARANCES TROPHY

WINNERS

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Type of trophy: Gold coloured metal statuette on a wooden plinth
Size: 11 inches overall height
Award originated: 2001/02
Other info: The Leading Appearances Trophy is for an old award which never got as far as having a perpetual trophy until being reintroduced in season 2001/02, although a list of the "winners" was kept as part of the Club records. This splendid trophy was purchased in a trophy engraving shop in St Albans and first awarded to Bryan Silver in June 2002. The plinth carries gold plates with all the winners going back to the 1985/86 season. Unfortunately, the statuette was accidentally dropped in 2012 and the rear hand was broken off.
Most times holder: Bryan Silver (5 times)
THE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR THE HELLMUTH FEIGER MEMORIAL SHIELD

WINNERS

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Type of trophy: Traditional wooden shield
Size: 12 inches overall height
Award originated: 2002/03
Other info: The TFFC Achievement Award was approved by the Club as a memorial to Hellmuth Feiger following his passing in 2002. The trophy was donated by Steven Feiger, Hellmuth's son who had been a long serving member of the Club for many years. Steven has the sole responsibility of nominating a suitable recipient each season. The inaugural Shield winner, Peter Kyte, received his award from Dorlee Feiger, Hellmuth's widow, at the 2003 Club Dinner.
Most times holder: All recipients once each
'THE FORTUNE NEWS' INTER-CLUB FOOTBALL QUIZ TROPHY

WINNERS
Type of trophy: Silverplated salver, engraved with the TFFC crest in line form
Size: 8 inches overall height
Award originated: 2002/03
Other info: The 'TFN' Inter-Club Football Quiz was originated after the Club's newsletter – The Fortune News – had gone electronic. A new silverplated salver carrying an engraved TFFC crest was introduced for the 2005/06 season; prior to that winners received a memento to keep without a perpetual trophy being awarded. The salver was 'retired' at the end of the 2012/13 season after being filled up with winners' names.
Most times holder: Steve Feiger (5 times)
'THE FORTUNE NEWS' FANTASY FOOTBALL LEAGUE

WINNERS
Type of trophy: Silverplated cup
Size: 9 inches overall height
Award originated: 2005/06
Other info: The Fantasy League was introduced as part of the newsletter's 30th year celebrations, run by email. The main competition is based on the FA Premier League but there are supplementary international events to coincide with World Cup and Euro finals. The cup was introduced in 2011, sitting on a red plastic base on a black square plinth but was never presented due to non-Club Members winning the Fantasy League!
Most times holder: Peter Kyte has won the Fantasy League once and two international competitions
ORIGINAL TROPHIES
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