Wagin’s Courtney Webb claims Narrogin and Districts Netball Association A1 fairest and best award

Narrogin Observer
A1 runnder up Melita Davey, NDNA president Lee Conlan and A1 fairest and best Courtney Webb.
Camera IconA1 runnder up Melita Davey, NDNA president Lee Conlan and A1 fairest and best Courtney Webb.

Narrogin and Districts Netball Association held the 2021 awards night at the Pingelly Recreation and Community Centre earlier this month.

Attendees from all clubs in the association came together to celebrate the season on September 11.

Wagin’s Courtney Webb was crowned the A1 fairest and best player, ahead of Flames’ Melita Davey.

Webb had a fantastic season and capped it off with a premiership medal and most valuable player award in the grand final.

Olympics’ Libby Hilder won the A2 fairest and best award over Wagin’s Laura Hutton-Storer.

Award Winners present on night.
Camera IconAward Winners present on night.

The A3 fairest and best was Olympics’ Liberty Tullett ahead of Williams’ Sarah Spanswick. Natalie Henry from Flames won the A4 fairest and best over Cuballing’s Marjorie Ugle.

In the JD1 competition Cuballing’s Amelia Corasaniti was crowned fairest and best ahead of Wagin’s Gaige Kapene.

Waves’ Emma Graham won the JD2 fairest and best from Wagin’s Beatrice Farmer.

In other awards, Olympics were crowned champion club, NDNA president Lee Conlan won the umpiring award and Kelly Steere and Sarah Munns won achievement awards. Davey won the Marion Price Trophy for best under-21 player in A1.

West Coast Fever general manager Sue Gaudion joined the awards via zoom to give a reflection on life in the Suncorp Netball League and spoke of the difficulties for high-perforance athletes during COVID.

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