Juniors recognised

August 31, 2017

Rennie's Brylee McCarty was crowned the under-17 best-and-fairest.

Rennie's Matt Stephens was named Picola District Football Netball League's junior coach of the year.

Tungamah's Liam Connell won the under-17 best-and-fairest.

Katandra's James Clee was runner-up in the under-17 best-and-fairest, but topped the goal-kicking for the season.

The Picola District Football Netball League south-east division’s best juniors have been recognised.

Tungamah’s Liam Connell topped the under-17 division, with Katandra Jet James Clee finishing in second place.

Clee had a superb season by winning the goalkicking award with 59 goals, along with playing give senior games.

The under-14 best-and-fairest was won by Katunga’s Max Hendy, with Tungamah’s Desi O’Kane in second place.

O’Kane’s Bears teammate Mitch Goldman won the under-14 goalkicking award.

Rennie’s Matt Stephens was named the league’s junior coach of the year.

In the netball, Rennie ace Brylee McCarty took out the top award in the under-17s ahead of Dookie’s Eloise Caruana.

There was a sensational three-way tie for the under-15 best-and-fairest, with Tungamah’s Ella Jones, Shepparton East’s Ayva Moore and Rennie’s Suzanne Levesque polling 34 votes each.

The under-13 best-and-fairest went to Waaia’s Sophie Wilson, who was runaway winner with 32 votes ahead of Tungamah’s Penny Thomson.

Finals start this weekend.

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