Sur­rey adds an­other tro­phy

Ovens & Murray Advertiser - - NEWS - By CAM POT­TER


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.

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