Bronze Twahnlow - 39 SPP's
(Most SPP's in Regionals)
Bronze Ball - 13 TD's
(Most TD's in Regionals)
Bronze Slipper - 215 Rushing yards
(Most rushing yards in Regionals)
SWL Season LXI All-Stars Team representative.
SWL Season LXI Rising-Stars Team representative.
Tribute taken from the SWL All Star presentation evening for Season LXI
(thanks to Redgum):
can’t be with us tonight to accept his award, but his coach Karnov, has assured us that the posthumous honour will be passed on to wherever it is in the after-after-life that the ghoul now resides. Melon played only 12 games, but he lit up the regionals with his exhilarating play-style. He was buried alongside his Bronze Twahn, Bronze Ball, and Bronze Slipper. He set a standard for speed among the Vice which has inspired the likes of Donny Rockett and Chico Thuggs to their own amazing feats, and with 15 TDs and over 250 rushing yards from such a short career he leaves a gaping hole in the roster which Karnov will be hoping that Cannibal Smith can fill. One thing’s for sure, if eating the heart of the dead really does grant you their energy, then the Vice’s new Number 7 has a stellar career ahead!"
Maimami Vice's inaugural MVP award, the "Melon Medallion", was named in honour of Slam:
It is with great pride that the Maimami Police Department announce the decision to posthumously honour Bronze Twahnlow winner, Slam Melon, by naming the teams inaugural MVP award after him.
The "Melon Medallion" will be awarded to the Vice's best and unfairest player across the course of an SWL season.
In the final game of SWL Season LXI, with Maimami needing a win to secure the Big Daddy Cool Regional title, Slam, under tremendous Ogre duress, cleared the ball from deep within the Vice's own half. His job done, he was taken by surprise and knocked down by an Ogre cheap-shot. He was then fouled to death by an insignificant snotling.
Earlier in the game, Slam scored the the go-ahead score; that touchdown was enough for the Vice to claim the reggies title.
He lived fast and was ended young, but Slam's legacy with Maimami Vice will forever be carried on from this day forward.
Rest in death, Slam.