Jodie Hawes named as Berrigan’s best
Jodi Hawes claimed the Berrigan Netball Club’s A grade best and fairest at the recent vote count and presentation night.
Hawes polled 26 votes to finish four clear of runner-up Rorri Phibbs on 22.
Hawes also collected the Coach’s Award on the night.
Berrigan A grade playing coach Sabrina Finch received the Players’ Player Award.
In their first season with Berrigan, former Finley netballers Paula and Peta Gowans dominated the B grade vote count.
The Gowans sisters scored the quinella — Paula polling 37 votes and Peta finishing runner-up on 29.
Paula also won the Most Valued Player award.
Other B grade trophy winners were Jess Schifferle (Coach’s Award) and Nat Ferguson (Best Finals Player).
In C grade, veteran team leader Judy Karakai was a clear best and fairest, winning by 20 votes over runner-up Joan Russell.
Ellis Hamilton took home the C grade Coach’s Award and Russell the Players’ Player accolade.
Kayleigh Nolen just pipped Phoebe Phillips by two votes in the C reserve vote count, with Belinda Taylor receiving the Coach’s Award and Samantha Bauer the Players’ Player.
Dana Karakai was the Under 17s best and fairest and also claimed the Best Finals Player award in C grade.
Annie Cameron received the Kara Doyle Memorial Trophy for the Under 17 grade.
Regan Fox was the Under 15 best and fairest from runner-up Chloe McQualter.
Jennifer Ackerly won the Under 13 best and fairest and Nikita Willemsen was runner-up.
The coveted Senior Club Person of the Year Award went to Chantelle Henderson.