Surrey adds another trophy
A BRILLIANT season from Kayde Surrey saw the high flying backman take out the Beechworth Football Netball Club senior best and fairest.
Surrey enjoyed a fantastic season, named in the Tallangatta and District Football League’s team of the year, and was judged best on ground five times in 2018.
Dashing out of the backline, Surrey provided the Bushrangers with plenty of flair switching from defence to attack.
Midfield gun and returning strongman Tom Cartledge came second, while Cam Fendyk enjoyed a great returning season for the Bushrangers booting 26 goals and placing third in the count.
Bushrangers’ centre and wing attack Sarah Robinson won the A grade netball best and fairest, edging out defensive lock and ultra versatile Coby Surrey by just one vote.
Robinson regularly switched between centre and wing attack helping to inject pace and poise into the attacking half.
It was a long season for the Bushrangers’ netball, with the A grade going 0-18 on the season.
But it was a season that called for celebration with Robinson, Danielle Jensen and Eidenne Surrey all playing their 100th A grade games for the club.
At the other end of the scale, the Bushrangers’ under 11 side finished the season undefeated in a great season of fun and development.
In the other grades of football, Jarod Thomson took out the top award, ahead of Harley Matthews and Liam Robinson.
In the under 17s, Thomas Webb was named as the best and fairest player, with Connor Maher (second) and Lukas Jakobsson (third) enjoying fine seasons as well.
For the under 14s, Billy O’Meara capped a brilliant year by taking out the top award, with Rufus Niedra the runner up.
Oliver Scalzo and Fred Wilkinson shared third.
In the other netball grades, Marlee MethvenWood strolled to a massive 20-vote win, polling 44 votes after a brilliant shooting season for the Bushrangers B Grade.
Kristy Phibbs was the runner up with 24 votes, just ahead of joint-third place players Amy Carey and Sheree Mooney. WINNERS: Sarah Robinson and Coby Surrey finished as the top-two A grade netballers on Friday night.