Graham wins NGFNL best-and-fairest

TRARALGON-Tyers United’s Brian Graham won the North Gippsland Football-Netball League senior best-and-fairest this week.

Graham polled 32 votes, finishing ahead of Heyfield coach Adrian Cox, who was ineligible for this year’s award due to suspension, on 25.

Rosedale’s Justin Emery polled 22 and Cowwarr’s Jordon Bourke 21.

Kodie Woodland from Heyfield was a clear winner of the reserves best-and-fairest award on 28 votes, nine ahead of Sale City’s Luke Bird.

There was drama in the thirds count with the top vote-getter, Ben Truin of Glengarry on 25, ineligible due to suspension. The award then went to Churchill’s Jayden Wilkins, who polled 24 votes.

ROSEDALE’S Bronwyn Tebb won the A grade netball best-and-fairest, receiving 117 votes to win from Cowwarr’s Kirsten Woodall on 97 and Glengarry’s Rachel Shaw on 93.

With 120 votes, Emily Whitty of Glengarry won the B grade award from Gormandale’s Courtney Voss on 93.

Ethel Lang of Glengarry won the C grade best-and-fairest with 90 votes, 10 ahead of Sale City’s Sarah Luke.

Glengarry’s Narelle Parsons won the D grade award on 99 votes, six ahead of Cowwarr’s Ellie Kennedy.

Heyfield’s Chloe Riseley polled 96 votes to win the under 17 best-and-fairest award, only two votes ahead of Megan Harrison.