Bon­nie Doon’s best play­ers re­warded

Mansfield Courier - - SPORT -

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.

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