Club celebrates its best
More than 100 people attended the Tatura Football Netball Club presentation night on Saturday to celebrate the season and the Tatura teams’ best and fairest along with other milestone award winners.
Netball 15s and Under Best and fairest: Elsie Boyer (67 votes); also the Jacqui Hudgson Medallist (38 votes).
Runner-up: Hayley Rennie (56 votes). Coaches’ Award: Darcie Stammers. Best in Finals: Elsie Boyer.
17s and Under Best and fairest: Madeline Hall (51 votes).
Runner-up: Olivia Vraca (49 votes). Coaches’ Award: Emily Wilson.
Best and Fairest: Hapurona (40 votes).
Runner-up: Hannah Watt (37 votes). Coaches’ Award: Stephanie Brisbane.
B-grade Best and Fairest: Jade Kay (62 votes).
Runner-up: Kobi Worner (52 votes). Coaches’ Award: Rachel Thomson.
A-grade Best and Fairest: Emma Ryan (64 votes) also GVL- league Wellman Family Medallist (33 votes).
Runner-up: Brylee Schache (46 votes). Coaches’ Award: Roey Walls.
Sarah Tee Netball award: Tahlitha Samkakai. Netball milestone awards 50 games: Beth Seccull, Hannah Watt, Chelsea Jones, Stephanie Brisbane. 100 games: Sarah Casey. Football Under-18s Best and fairest: joint winners Benji Kennedy and Ethan Moor (43 votes).
Runner-up: Cade Dealy (39 votes). Best first-year player: Matt Rennie. Most determined: (Alby Scrimmizzi Memorial trophy): Matt Dodd. Most improved: Corey Reardon. Most courageous spirit (PTE Robert Mactier V.C. Shield): Zak Samkakai. Most consistent: Liam Dodd. Coaches’ Award: James Gerrish.
Reserves Best and fairest (Richard Buchanan Memorial Trophy): Shane Kay (40 votes).
Runner-up: Dylan Burls (34 votes). Most determined: Jared McMahon. Most consistent: Corey O’Donoghue. Coaches’ Award: Josh Danaher. Best clubman (Doug Pyke Memorial Award): John Owen.
Senior Awards Joint Best and Fairest winners (Freddo McMahon Perpetual Trophy): Brad Ryan and Mitch Elliott (47 votes).
Runner-up: Jamason Daniels (41 votes). Club leading goalkicker: Brandyn Grenfell (57 goals). Most improved: Colby Mcdonald. Best first-year player: Curt Ryan. Most determined: Linc Wellington. Most consistent: James Nihill. Best clubman: Brad Ryan. Coaches’ Award: Sean Martin. Milestone game certificates 250 games: Linc Wellington. 150 club games: Mark Brisbane. 100 games: Tom Miller. 50 senior games: Jaydan Thewma and Jamason Daniels.
Bullldog of the Year: Niki Miller.
Awarded: Tahlitha Samkakai took home the Sarah Tee Netball award.
A-grade Best and Fairest: Emma Ryan took out the A-grade Best and Fairest and the GVL’s Wellman Family Medal.
17-and-Under Best and Fairest: Madeline Hall.
B-reserve runner-up: Hannah Watt.