Brad, who had earlier travelled to Zambia with the SA U20 team, won the prestigious Club Player as well as the U17 Player of the Year.
The other big winner of the evening, was the victorious U15 Academy team, that went unbeaten all season and were a whopping 23 points ahead of the 2nd positioned Bidvest Wits. Their coach Raymond Seneo deservedly walked off with Club Coach of the Year.
Top Goal Scorer went to Juniour Nare who broke a club record by scoring 19 goals while the Best Keepers was shared between Alexis Appolonatos, who plays for the U17's and has been promoted to the 1st team and the impressive 14-year old Bontle Molefe.
All the players received certificates and the awards were presented by their coaches and guest speaker Zeca Marques, Greek Sporting Club chairman Lucas Ioannides, ex Aces captain Eddie Ngalo and Academy Director Tony Dias.
The evening, attended by club boss Mario Morfou, was a major success and all indications are that this Alex Black Aces Academy is now becoming a major force in South African youth development.
PIC: Bradley's parents and Tony Dias
ALL THE WINNERS
Club Player of the year: Bradley Cross
Club Goal Scorer of the year: Junior Nare
Club Goalkeeper of the year: Alexis Apollonatos and Bontle Molefe
Recognition of National Call Up: Bryn Deeley; Junior Nare; Bradley Cross
Club Coach of the year: Raymond Seneo
Recognition of league winner: U15’s
Player of the Year: Ryan Voogt
Most Improved: Duane Bennett
Player of the Year: Lesedi Motha
Most Improved: Braydon Dunn
Player of the Year: Jecinto Hofsta
Most Improved: Tete Chiweta
Player of the Year: Quintin Molepo
Most Improved: Consatndinos Hatzilias
Player of the Year: Bradley Cross
Most Improved: Keegan Mitchell
Player of the Year: Tebogo Modiba
Most Improved: Thabiso Botopela
1. Alexander Marinheiro
2. Alexandro Deftereos
3. Chris-Darren Okpe
4. Duane Bennett
5. Dylan Capazario
6. Michael Ioannides
7. Moses Moyo
8. David Joseph
9. Voogt Ryan
1. Abdullah Moosa
2. Ethan Wilkinson-Felgate