Netball’s best and fairest

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Netball’s best and fairest

ALBERTON Football Netball League recognised its most talented netballers last Wednesday with its annual vote count and awards night at Meeniyan.
Korumburra-Bena’s Christie Hillberg took home the most coveted trophy for the evening, scoring 41 votes to take out the A Grade Best and Fairest over the runner-up, Stony Creek’s Jessica Gordon on 35 votes.
The B Grade count was tight at the top after 10 rounds, with four main contenders vying it out to take home the trophy.
Foster’s Nicole McKenzie eventually ran out to lead the pack and won the prize with 31 votes, while Elysia Shaw from the Fish Creek club was runner-up with 24 votes.
Fish Creek’s Kym Berryman won the C Grade trophy on 31 votes, with the runner-up awarded to Taylah Staples from Korumburra-Bena with 24 votes.
Jacquie Snooks from Korumburra-Bena edged out Dalyston’s Brittany Thomas with 41 votes to win the 17 and Under Best and Fairest Trophy. It was neck and neck between the two girls throughout the count, with Brittany finishing on 38 votes for runner-up.
Jacquie Snooks was also awarded the netball Rising Star award on the night.
The 15 and Under Best and Fairest player in 2013 was Emma Watkins from Fish Creek on 38 points. Yarram’s Logan McFarland closed in over the last few rounds to take out runner-up with 29 votes.
The leagues team of the year was also announced on the night, which included coach of the year and umpire of the year.

A Grade: best and fairest runner-up Jessica Gordon from Stony Creek. Winner, Christie Hillberg from Korumburra-Bena was absent on the night.

A Grade: best and fairest runner-up Jessica Gordon from Stony Creek. Winner, Christie Hillberg from Korumburra-Bena was absent on the night.

 

 

C Grade: best and fairest winner, Kim Berryman from Fish Creek (right) and runner-up, Taylah Staples from Korumburra-Bena.

C Grade: best and fairest winner, Kim Berryman from Fish Creek (right) and runner-up, Taylah Staples from Korumburra-Bena.

 

 

Under 17: best and fairest winner was Korumburra-Bena’s Jacquie Snooks (right), and runner-up, Brittany Thomas from Dalyston.

Under 17: best and fairest winner was Korumburra-Bena’s Jacquie Snooks (right), and runner-up, Brittany Thomas from Dalyston.

 

 

Under 15: best and fairest winner Emma Watkins from Fish Creek (right) and runner-up, Logan McFarland from Yarram.

Under 15: best and fairest winner Emma Watkins from Fish Creek (right) and runner-up, Logan McFarland from Yarram.

 

 

B Grade: best and fairest player, Nicole McKenzie from Foster. Runner-up Elysia Shaw from Fish Creek was absent on the night.

B Grade: best and fairest player, Nicole McKenzie from Foster. Runner-up Elysia Shaw from Fish Creek was absent on the night.

 

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