Senior Competition individual award winners announced
A fantastic season in the Senior Competition has been crowned with the awarding of the Best and Fairest and Goal Kicking trophies in each of the four grades.
Kyle Bray from the Port Macquarie Magpies was awarded the Brian Saville Medal as Best and Fairest in the Senior Grade in the 2019 season. This award capped a remarkable personal season for Kyle and lessened the disappointment of the Grand Final result as he posted 26 votes to more than double the tally of joint Runners-Up Aidan Wallace (Breakers) and Braden Saggers (Port).
Nick Stanlan-Velt’s tally of 65 goals was the season high and saw him claim back to back Goal Kicking awards.
Click here to see the full leader board in the Senior Best and Fairest.
In the Women’s Grade, Cambridge McCormick (Port) completed the treble of Best and Fairest medallist, Premiership medallist, and Best on Ground in the Grand Final. This complements last season’s haul of Best and Fairest and Best on Ground in the Grand Final and caps an incredible season that also saw her play for the Gold Coast Suns in the QW Winter Series. Cassidy Ronalds (Breakers) was the Runner-Up in the vote count whilst team mate Katika Adams claimed the prize for Goal Kicking.
Click here to see the full leader board in the Women’s Best and Fairest.
Evan “Bomber” Whitty (Grafton) was acknowledged for a stunning season with the Best and Fairest medal in the Under 17 competition. The Tigers only won one match across the season and Bomber’s efforts each week in a losing team were duly noted. Runner-Up was Tyler Donovan (Sawtell) who was just three votes behind Bomber, while Aden Van Ryswyk was the leading Goal Kicker in the age group.
Click here to see the full leader board in the Under 17 Best & Fairest.
The medal for Reserve Grade Best and Fairest went to Danniel Johnson (Northern Beaches) who only twelve months ago received the Brian Saville Medal. Danniel narrowly beat home team mate Pat Curtain by just two votes to secure a Northern Beaches double. Brice Hayward (Port) overcame injury setbacks to be the leading Goal Kicker in the grade.
Click here to see the full leader board in the Reserve Grade Best & Fairest.
Congratulations to all award winners on their fantastic efforts across the season.