Sea Ea­gles tied Best and Fairest

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AUSSIE RULES

THE Whit­sun­day Sea Ea­gles have ac­knowl­edged in­di­vid­ual ef­forts through­out a test­ing 2014 sea­son at the pre­sen­ta­tion night at the week­end.

Play­ers, fam­ily and friends gath­ered at the Metropole Ho­tel on Fri­day night to of­fi­cially con­clude the sea­son.

The A-grade Best and Fairest proved a thrilling count, with Rory Gal­lagher and Robert Whit­ton ty­ing for first.

Rhett Simms was run­ner-up, while Whit­ton was also anointed the club’s most coura­geous, Trevor Ritchie the most im­proved and Jade Der­byshire the coach’s award.

Les O’Neill capped a strong year in the re­serves by win­ning the B-grade Best and Fairest, fin­ish­ing ahead of Noel Hub­ble.

Daniel Thomas was named most con­sis­tent while Raven Black won the most im­proved trophy.

The re­serves’ coach’s award went to Jake Sanderson.

The Whit­sun­day Sea Ea­gles fin­ished the Mackay AFL sea­son in fifth.

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