Players’ top seasons are justly rewarded

September 13, 2017

Waaia star Taylah Shanahan was named the Picola District Netball League south-east A-grade best-and-fairest.

Katunga ace Grace Tyack claimed her second B-grade best-and-fairest.

Waaia's Katie Morris blitzed the field to win the C-grade best-and-fairest by seven votes.

Katandra's Emily Cooper-Watts took out the C-Reserve medal as best-and-fairest.

Tungamah's Alan Richardson shows off his reserves medal.

Picola District Football Netball League south-east’s medal count took place on Monday night.

Waaia’s Taylah Shanahan was the proud recipient of the Lukies Medal as best-and-fairest in the A-grade competition.

The star midcourter was an outstanding recruit for the all-conquering Bombers, heading across from Goulburn Valley League club Shepparton.

Shanahan was in attendance during the count at Barooga, but Tungamah’s Bodhi Butts was a no-show.

The Bears ace took out the Pearce Medal, but his award had to be collected for him by his coach Jeremy O’Brien.

Tungamah made it a clean sweep of the football awards, with the Bears’ Alan Richardson winning the reserves best-and-fairest.

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