Bears and Lions prominent in vote count
The Murray Football Netball League held their league medal vote count on Sunday with players from both Mulwala and Tungamah polling well.
Tungamah gun Bodhi Butts came runner up in the O’Dwyer Medal while Mulwala’s Chris O’Neill took out the joint Damian Jones medal for a second year running with Adrian Connell from Tungamah joint runner up.
In the netball Mulwala’s Morgan Pitches took out the B grade B&F while club teammates Samantha Till and Kim Thomson finished runner up in the C Grade and C Reserve respectively. Tungamah also featured well in the netball with Hayley Saville winning the C Reserve medal and Abbey Griffin taking out the 17 and under medal. O’Dwyer Medal top six
Brodie A’Vard Barooga 37 Bodhi Butts Tungamah 25 Lance Oswald Echuca United 20 Bowen Smith Nathalia 19 Rhys Archard Moama 18 Jackson Gash Mulwala 17
Mulwala’s Senior player Votes
Jackson Gash 17 Sean Johns 10 Hamish Hosking 8 Harrison Crossley 7 Dylan Robinson 6 Sean Robinson 4 Joshua Hammond 3 Ashley Froud 3 Cody Howard 2 Beau Clarke 1 Bradley Wilson 1
Tungamah’s Senior player Votes
Bodhi Butts 25 Ashley Saunders 6 Timothy Cooper 4 Chris Jones 3 Nicholas Irvine 2 Christopher Powell 1 Wally Thomson 1 Duane Haebich 1
Damian Jones Medal
Chris O’Neill Mulwala
James Tyler Tongala
Adrian Connell Tungamah Benjamin McNeill Barooga
Tom Dow Mulwala
Morgan Pritches Kate Boswell Bianca Jones
Pam O’Sullivan Samantha Till
Hayley Saville Kim Thomson
17 and under
Abbey Griffin Hollie Davidson
Tungamah’s Bodhi Butts came Runner up in the Senior O’Dwyer Medal.
Mulwala’s Chris O’Neill won the Reserves Damien Jones medal.