Mar­shall’s reign supreme

Southern Riverina news - - LOCAL CLASSIES -

It was a Mar­shall dou­ble at the Jer­ilderie Foot­ball & Net­ball Club pre­sen­ta­tion evening with Chris Mar­shall and his wife Keshia tak­ing out the se­niors and A grade best and fairest awards re­spec­tively.

Held last month, the Jer­ilderie coach just edged Nick Parker with 60 votes to 59 to claim his fifth best and fairest award.

In the re­serves it was Jac Wil­liams polling 42 votes in front of Greg Law­ton with 40 votes.

Ben Neessen won in front of Glenn DiLullo in the third, whilst Zan­der Nash won the fourth best and fairest. Justin Law­ton fin­ished sec­ond.

Other foot­ball awards pre­sented on the night were Club­man of the year — Craig Knight; Life Mem­ber — James McRae; Hall of Fame In­ductees — Des McRae and Jack Pur­cell.

Keshia had no trou­ble win­ning the A grade polling 40 votes to run­ner up Elise Wat­son. Mar­shall also won the coaches award.

Just one vote di­vided Mil­lie Ston­nill and Skye Nash in the B grade, Ston­nill win­ning 53-52.

Tianni Given was the easy win­ner for the C grade with 50 votes to vet­eran Car­men Law­ton polling 27 votes as run­ner up.

It was close but Fiona Ed­wards was the win­ner of C re­serve polling 45 votes to Shi­anne Ma­son with 41.

Other net­ball awards pre­sented on the night were Most De­ter­mined Ju­nior — Anna Pin­nuck; Ju­nior Club Per­son — Zoe Bar­low; Club Per­son — Fiona Bax­ter; Life Mem­ber­ship — Ruth McRae.

Keshia and Chris Mar­shall.

Fiona and Mia Bax­ter.

Car­men and Greg Law­ton.

Skye Nash and Sara Smith.

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