Season’s best players celebrated

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Trophy winners Jakeb Reardon, Tiernan Paice, Chloe Buzza, Vanessa Perkins, Chloe Blight, Sarah Hennessey-Parks.
Camera IconTrophy winners Jakeb Reardon, Tiernan Paice, Chloe Buzza, Vanessa Perkins, Chloe Blight, Sarah Hennessey-Parks. Credit: Pictures: Rodney Johnson

More than 150 members of the UGSHA community packed the Narrogin Town Hall on Saturday to celebrate the association’s best players from the 2018 season.

Grady Francis took out the Sportspower Men’s A-grade 2018 best and fairest title.

Trophy winners Jakeb Reardon, Tiernan Paice, Chloe Buzza, Vanessa Perkins, Chloe Blight, Sarah Hennessey-Parks.
Camera IconTrophy winners Jakeb Reardon, Tiernan Paice, Chloe Buzza, Vanessa Perkins, Chloe Blight, Sarah Hennessey-Parks. Credit: Pictures: Rodney Johnson

Jakeb Reardon took home the runner-up trophy as well as being awarded the best under-18 player for the season. Rhett Ballard was the highest scorer for the year.

Jakeb Reardon being presented with his Best Under 18 award.
Camera IconJakeb Reardon being presented with his Best Under 18 award. Credit: Rodney Johnson

The Sportspower Women’s A-grade 2018 best and fairest title was claimed by Chloe Buzza, who was also the competition’s highest scorer.

Chloe Buzza being presented with Joan Hoskin Memorial trophy.
Camera IconChloe Buzza being presented with Joan Hoskin Memorial trophy. Credit: Rodney Johnson

In the Edwards Holden Men’s B-grade, the 2018 best and fairest title went to Will Tan, while Robert Rybarczyk was runner-up.

Brendon Hall and Tiernan Paice were tied for the season’s highest goal scorers.

Sarah Henessey Parks and Vanessa Perkins were crowned best and fairest and runner-up respectively in the Edward Holden Women’s B-grade.

Chloe Blight being presented with her Best Under 18 award.
Camera IconChloe Blight being presented with her Best Under 18 award. Credit: Rodney Johnson

Bonnie Atkins was the highest goal scorer.

Matthew Corner was given life membership for his service with the association for more than 20 years.

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