Sea Eagles tied Best and Fairest
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.