Club hon­ours best and fairest play­ers

Campaspe News - - SPORT -

KASEY Con­der has wrapped up the first sea­son of Rochester’s un­der 15s net­ball by claim­ing the in­au­gu­ral best and fairest.

The Tigerettes fell just short of tak­ing out the first un­der 15 premier­ship, but a suc­cess­ful sea­son for Con­der has seen her claim the award.

Doug Wren claimed the se­nior foot­ball best and fairest, edg­ing out Jack­son McEwan for the top award.

In A grade net­ball El­lie Cut­triss claimed the hon­ours from Brid­gette Holt. Foot­ball Se­niors Best and fairest: Doug Wren. Run­ner-up: Jack­son McEwan. Re­serves Best and fairest: Sam Fraw­ley. Run­ner-up: Xavier Hoop­pell. U18s Best and Fairest: Andy Hen­der­son. Run­ner-up: Dy­lan Oaff. Net­ball A grade Best and fairest: El­lie Cut­triss. Run­ner-up: Brid­gette Holt. B grade Best and fairest: Jaime Ding­wall. Run­ner-up: Lil­lian Ward. B re­serve Best and fairest: An­nalise Ball. Run­ner-up: El­iza-Jane Wat­son. U17s Best and fairest: Brielle O’Meara. Run­ner-up: Tess Teggelove. U15s Best and fairest: Kasey Con­der. Run­ner-up: Teal Hock­ing.

Se­nior foot­ball best and fairest Doug Wren.

The Quin­lan Fam­ily A grade net­ball best and fairest (l-r) Lor­raine Quin­lan, Brid­gette Holt (run­nerup), El­lie Cut­triss (win­ner), Chris­tine Hoop­pell.

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