Fer­gu­son wins EDNA count

Warragul & Drouin Gazette - - GAZETTE SPORT -

Ellinbank mid­courter Jas­mine Fer­gu­son won her first Ellinbank and Dis­trict Net­ball As­so­ci­a­tion A grade best and fairest on Sun­day.

The 18-year-old fin­ished on 37 votes af­ter polling three votes in five of the fi­nal six games of the sea­son. This saw her fin­ish two points ahead of fel­low Ellinbank mid­courter Tay­lah Bott on 35 votes.

This was Fer­gu­son’s first A grade best and fairest. She won the D grade medal last year.

It was the bat­tle of the de­fend­ers in B grade as War­ragul In­dus­tri­als’ Me­gan Spencer won the count on 24 votes from Buln Buln’s Danielle Bridger on 21.

In a close C grade con­test, Ellinbank de­fender Phoebe Pratt took out her sec­ond con­sec­u­tive best and fairest with 24 votes. Tied on 23 votes were Buln Buln goaler Laura Wil­liams and Nilma Dar­num de­fender Joanne Wouters.

War­ragul In­dus­tri­als’ Ella Spencer won the D grade best and fairest with 33 votes ahead of Long­warry’s Paris Toner on 29.

Poowong’s El­lie Rob­jant polled 37 votes to win the E grade vote from Catani’s Stephanie Lee on 33 Stephanie was also awarded the best ju­nior club per­son tro­phy.

Long­warry’s Holly Stephens won the F grade best and fairest on 32 votes from War­ragul In­dus­tri­als Amy Cameron on 31.

Ellinbank’s strong sea­son saw it take out both the over­all club cham­pi­onship and ju­nior club cham­pi­onship per­pet­ual tro­phies.

War­ragul In­dus­tri­als’ Me­gan Spencer (cen­tre) wins best and fairest with Buln Buln’s Danielle Bridger (right) run­ner-up and Ellinbank’s Stefanie Back­man ac­cept­ing the goal throw­ing award.

War­ragul In­dus­tri­als’ Ella Spencer (right) wins the D grade best and fairest from run­ner-up Paris Toner of Long­warry. Dusties also won the D grade goal throw­ing award. Ju­nior pho­to­graphs by Amity Stephens.

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