Tigers hold end of season presentations

Leading Woorndoo Mortlake senior footballers for season 2019 (l-r) Jordan Buckley, Sam Gervasoni, Mitch Jubb, Matthew Pemberton and Jesse Johnson.

WOORNDOO Mortlake Football Netball Club wrapped up its 2019 season with presentation day last Sunday.

Netball award winners:

A grade: best and fairest winner Emma Smith, runner-up Ashlea Spokes, best in finals Renae Reynolds, coach’s most valuable player Ashlea Spokes;

B grade: best and fairest winner Kristy Crawley, runner-up Jes Church, most improved Mikaela Hahn, coach’s award Sarah Muir, best in finals Peta Rickard;

C grade: best and fairest winner Erin McGuigan, runner-up Simone Gordon, most determined Jodie Welsh, best in finals Erin McGuigan;

Reserves football award winners (l-r) Rhys Casson, Triston Webster-Bamford, Matthew Fidge and Tony Pearce.

17 and under: best and fairest winner Brodie Humphrey, runner-up Taylah Casson, coach’s award Tia Kosch;

15 and under: best and fairest winner Abbey Burford, runner-up Elise Killen, most improved Piper Jarvie.

Jenny Mahncke Memorial: Abbey Burford.

Football award winners:

Senior: best and fairest winner Matthew Pemberton, runner-up Sam Gervasoni, coach’s award Mitch Jubb, leading goal kicker Jordan Buckley, most determined Jesse Johnson;

Reserves: best and fairest winner Triston Webster-Bamford, runner-up Matthew Fidge, most improved Rhys Casson, most determined Tony Pearce.

A grade netballer Ashlea Spokes (left) picked up two separate awards, while best in finals went to Renae Reynolds.

Brodie Humphrey (left) took out the 17 and under netball best and fairest and Taylah Casson finished runner-up.

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