Southern Riverina news
League honours Hatty with award
Jane Hatty is the toast of the Tocumwal Football Netball Club this week after taking out a special award at the Picola and District Football Netball League Vote Count on Monday night.
Hatty was honoured with the league’s Umpire’s Award.
She was not the only local club person to rate a mention on the night, with Bloods players in the netball and football leader boards throughout the region.
A host of Berrigan, Blighty and Jerilderie players were also invited to participate in the gala league vote count evening.
Local vote count results are as follows.
Tocumwal’s Kade Rowe polled the fourth highest number of votes for the season, with 17.
Not far behind him in equal fifth, on 15 votes, was Berrigan’s William Gorman.
Pearce Medallist with 22 votes was Ash Holland from Waaia.
Noel Baxter from Berrigan was the highest polling Southern Riverina player, with his 12 votes putting him in equal fourth.
Fellow Saint Stuart Pyle was just behind him in equal sixth, with 10 votes.
Among those sharing equal seventh with nine votes were Tocumwal’s Glenn Braybon and Jerilderie’s Peter Cochrane.
McKenzie Medallist was Daniel Buzza of Strathmerton.
Jerilderie’s Ella Arnold came seventh in the vote count with 15 votes.
With 11 votes, and in equal 10th, was Blighty’s Meagan Lowry.
The Lukies Medallist with 24 votes was Grace Thomson from Strathmerton.
Sabrina Finch was the highest polling local player, coming in equal 10th with a vote count of 13.
The Best & Fairest was shared by Deniliquin’s Natalie Sampson and Katunga’s Rachael Howden with 32 votes.
Fiona Edwards from Jerilderie made it in the top five, with her vote count of 15 giving her that final top spot.
In equal sixth with 14 points were *
Chloe Laffan from Tocumwal and Tianni Given from Jerilderie.
Best & Fairest went to Chloe Bulmer from Deni Rovers with 36 votes.
Liv Mynard of Berrigan polled 16 votes to share equal fourth place.
Jerilderie’s Eden Hercus was just one place behind with 13 votes, while Sandra Robinson of Jerilderie and Lynsie Reid of Tocumwal shared equal seventh with 10 points.
Best & Fairest was Tungamah’s Bernadette Attwood with 21 votes.