Outstanding players win awards

Michael TrailllNarrogin Observer
Back row: Holli Hanson, Whitney Harvey, Lauren Schutz, Megan Hardie, Sheree Blechynden, Leigh Jennings and Tara Whitney. Front row: Sharon Palumbo, Sarah Cowcher and Rheannon Turton.
Camera IconBack row: Holli Hanson, Whitney Harvey, Lauren Schutz, Megan Hardie, Sheree Blechynden, Leigh Jennings and Tara Whitney. Front row: Sharon Palumbo, Sarah Cowcher and Rheannon Turton.

The Narrogin and Districts Netball Association held its annual awards night on Saturday, recognising the achievements of the competition’s outstanding players for 2018.

Stav Hirsch,Sherrilee Betteley, Chelsea Allinson, Nanette Steer, Bec Osborne, Jessica Coppock, Liana Freeland and Fiona Kirby.
Camera IconStav Hirsch,Sherrilee Betteley, Chelsea Allinson, Nanette Steer, Bec Osborne, Jessica Coppock, Liana Freeland and Fiona Kirby. Credit: Michael Traill

Filling the Narrogin Hawks Football Club clubrooms, netballers from the association’s various clubs proudly represented their colours.

Chloe Hanson and Marion Price.
Camera IconChloe Hanson and Marion Price. Credit: Susie McDougall

Wagin’s Felice Crisp won the A1 division fairest and best prize, with Pingelly’s Sheree Blechynden finishing runner-up.

Claire Bennison, Susie McDougall, Hilary Wittwer, Helen Wyatt, Megan Henry, Wynta Kapene and Ashleigh Boundy.
Camera IconClaire Bennison, Susie McDougall, Hilary Wittwer, Helen Wyatt, Megan Henry, Wynta Kapene and Ashleigh Boundy. Credit: Michael Traill

Olympics Turquoise’s Sharon Palumbo collected the most votes in the A2 division 1 competition, followed by tied runners-up Melissa Tinker (Pingelly) and Kristy Ball (Wagin).

Waves Netball Club.
Camera IconWaves Netball Club. Credit: Michael Traill

Waves’ Sarah Munns was A2 division 2 best and fairest and Wagin 4’s Mandy Harrington runner-up.

Jessica Coppock, Liana Freeland, Chelsea Allison and Chelsea Mulcahy.
Camera IconJessica Coppock, Liana Freeland, Chelsea Allison and Chelsea Mulcahy. Credit: Susie McDougall

Liana Freeland took home the A3 best and fairest, while teammates Chelsea Allinson and Jessica Coppock were runners-up.

NDNA President Lee Conlan (middle) and life members Vicki Chadwick (left) and Marion Price (right).
Camera IconNDNA President Lee Conlan (middle) and life members Vicki Chadwick (left) and Marion Price (right). Credit: Michael Traill

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