Club honours best and fairest players
KASEY Conder has wrapped up the first season of Rochester’s under 15s netball by claiming the inaugural best and fairest.
The Tigerettes fell just short of taking out the first under 15 premiership, but a successful season for Conder has seen her claim the award.
Doug Wren claimed the senior football best and fairest, edging out Jackson McEwan for the top award.
In A grade netball Ellie Cuttriss claimed the honours from Bridgette Holt. Football Seniors Best and fairest: Doug Wren. Runner-up: Jackson McEwan. Reserves Best and fairest: Sam Frawley. Runner-up: Xavier Hooppell. U18s Best and Fairest: Andy Henderson. Runner-up: Dylan Oaff. Netball A grade Best and fairest: Ellie Cuttriss. Runner-up: Bridgette Holt. B grade Best and fairest: Jaime Dingwall. Runner-up: Lillian Ward. B reserve Best and fairest: Annalise Ball. Runner-up: Eliza-Jane Watson. U17s Best and fairest: Brielle O’Meara. Runner-up: Tess Teggelove. U15s Best and fairest: Kasey Conder. Runner-up: Teal Hocking.
Senior football best and fairest Doug Wren.
The Quinlan Family A grade netball best and fairest (l-r) Lorraine Quinlan, Bridgette Holt (runnerup), Ellie Cuttriss (winner), Christine Hooppell.