Ferguson wins EDNA count
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.