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Goorambat names best and fairest

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Goorambat Football Netball Club wrapped up its Ovens and King League season last week, hosting its best-and-fairest count via Zoom on Thursday night.

In a tough season where the Bats played just 13 of the season’s scheduled games, James Webb took out the Andrew Ellis Memorial Perpetual Trophy with 27 votes.

Webb snagged the gong by a comfortabl­e distance, beating away the likes of Perry Knox (19 votes), Campbell McCoy (18) and Toby Feehan (17).

In A-grade netball, Olivia Dalton raced away to claim the bestand-fairest award with a staggering 47 votes.

Dalton had some stiff competitio­n up against her, with Sarah Osborne and Kylie Relf following close behind after polling 38 and 33 votes respective­ly.

Hulking figure Riley Kego had his name etched on the Rettke Family Perpetual Trophy with 48 votes, securing him the reserves best-and-fairest accolade.

Jenna Brunner’s 64-vote tally in the B-grade netball count had her edge Kelsey Moss by just six votes, while the B-reserve prize was bestowed to Hannah Botta with 52.

 ?? Stellar season: ?? James Webb took out Goorambat’s senior best-and-fairest award.
Stellar season: James Webb took out Goorambat’s senior best-and-fairest award.
 ?? Top talent: ?? Olivia Dalton was named Goorambat’s best-and-fairest for A-grade netball in 2021.
Top talent: Olivia Dalton was named Goorambat’s best-and-fairest for A-grade netball in 2021.
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