Jodie Hawes named as Ber­ri­gan’s best

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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.

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