Bonnie Doon’s best players rewarded
THE Bonnie Doon Football Netball Club attended the Ovens and King league presentation night in Wangaratta last month, with the club thrilled to have three players receive awards.
Such a haul has not been seen since entering t he l eague eight years ago.
Mia Tanner received t he Runner Up Best and Fairest Trophy for the under 17 age group, which i s an outstanding effort considering her age of only 14.
Mia had consistently shown maturity and determination throughout the season and proved to be an exceptional player also taking third place in the MVP and goal shooting awards.
Natalie Taylor also took home the Runner Up Best and Fairest for A Grade after a stellar season both on and off the court.
Natalie led the Bonnie Doon A Grade team to finish just out of finals contention, earning the respect of the entire club.
Natalie also took home the honour of being named centre in the team of the year, showing not only that she has the respect of her fellow team mates but also that of the entire league.
Kaine Herbert took home the MVP of the seniors’ competition, and narrowly missed out on taking out the best and fairest award for the second year running.
PHOTO: Emma Hillier SEASON’S FINEST: Bonnie Doon Football and Netball Club were well represented at the Ovens and King league presentation night in Wangaratta last month, with (from left) Mia Tanner, Kaine Herbert and Natalie Taylor all rewarded for fantastic seasons.