Jasper team’s best

The Weekly Advertiser Horsham - - Sport -

Dash­ing mid­fielder Sam Jasper has won Horsham Saints Foot­ball Netball Club’s Jim O’con­nor best and fairest foot­ball medal.

He won the award from ruck­man Michael Rowe.

De­fender An­drew Dev­ereaux was most con­sis­tent, Ja­cob O’beirne most de­ter­mined and Jay­den Egan won a ris­ing star award.

A coaches award went to Fer­gus O’con­nor who also won a best-in-fi­nals tro­phy. The Saints also re­warded Matt Combe with a life-mem­ber­ship and an­nounced John Mcin­tyre as most ser­vice­able club per­son.

Other awards – Re­serves: Best and fairest, Gavin Kelm, run­ner-up Zac Smith; most con­sis­tent, Bren­dan Ward; most de­ter­mined Jared Mor­ris; most im­proved, Tom Mcdon­ald; coaches award, Os­car Cros­grove, best in fi­nals, Zac Smith. Women: Best and fairest, Ella Friend, run­ner-up, Macy Fuller; most con­sis­tent, Clio Muller; most im­proved, Lucy Hein­rich; coaches award, Kyra Clarke. Un­der-17s: Best and fairest, Sam Breuer, run­ner-up, Becker Ir­win; most con­sis­tent, Will Brennan; most de­ter­mined, Ash Pitts; most im­proved, Sam O’con­nor; coaches award, Cody Vi­genser; Alan Knott Me­mo­rial best ju­nior club per­son, Bren­dan Bryan. Un­der-14s: Best and fairest, Joel Frie­jah, run­ner-up, Cam But­ler; most con­sis­tent, Max Bryan; most de­ter­mined, Adri­anne Lup­ton; most im­proved, Jordy Keyte, Jett Mun­yard; coaches award, Fraser Mcin­tyre, Paddy Martin; best in fi­nals, Cam But­ler.

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