Tocumwal life memberships
FIVE people were awarded life memberships to the Tocumwal Football and Netball Club at their senior presentation, held recently.
Scott Baldwin, Graham Johnson, Heather Ball, Paul Kelly and Andrea Baldwin each received the honour for their service to the club.
It was a fitting end to the year for Baldwin who notched up his 300th senior in the Murray Football League earlier in the year.
The veteran defender made his senior debut in 1995 and played in the Bloods’ premiership team of 1999.
In other results: Players of the Year went to Tim Garlick and Jordan Haynes, while Deb Garlick was club person of the year.
In the seniors, Sean Logie was best and fairest with Tim Garlick and Michael Morgan runners-up.
Most consistent Michael Morgan, best team man Luke Chapman, most improved Chris Patten and most determined Luke McCluskey.
Best under-21 players went to Tim Garlick and Michael Morgan, while the Haynes pewter had Sean Logie’s name on it.
The Reserves best and fairest went to Peter Cochrane, runner-up Josh McCormack, coaches award Matt Thomas, most determined Brendan Simpson, most improved Daniel Morgan, most consistent Nathan Ryan and the Haynes Pewter Peter Cochrane.
In A grade netball best and fairest was Lynsey Cook with Liz Young runner-up.
Coaches award Sophie Hore, most determined Brooke Wilson, most improved Madison Roe and the Mogg Osborne Pty Ltd Pewter Liz Young.
B grade best and fairest went to Amanda Shannon and runner-up Lisa Wright.
Coaches award Breanna Anthony, most determined Ashlee Garlick, most improved Sarah Wright and the Rivers Earthmoving pewter went to Amanda Shannon.
C-Reserve best and fairest was Catherine Haynes and runner-up Miranda Anthony.
Coaches award Carlie Meloury, most determined Nicole Moloney, most improved Jessica TaylorTran and Lynsey Reid claimed the Anthony family pewter.