Sport

Three out of four ain’t bad

By Jamie Lowe

Blighty defender Nat Tremble made it three wins from the past four season's when winning the club's A grade best and fairest trophy recently.

Tremble has had an amazing run of form, claiming the medal in 2016 and 2017, before finishing runner-up to league medallist Rhiannan Maxwell last year.

Alana Coates finished the vote count as runner-up, with Meg Erickson (Most Determined) and Deni McKenzie (Most Consistent) rounding out the award winners.

In B grade it was midcourter Correne Cooper who took out best and fairest ahead of Steph Barry.

Lauren Swadesir laid claim to the Coach's Award, while veteran defender Judy Plattfuss took home two trophies, winning Best in Finals and Most Consistent.

Lauren Butcher stood tall in C grade finishing in front Emma Barker to win the trophy.

Butcher also claimed the Coach’s Award while Brooke Griffiths was declared Most Improved.

The C reserve’s best and fairest winner was Gaye Maxwell, who also took out the Best in Finals award.

Runner-up Lou Hanmer also went home with the Most Consistent trophy and Stacey Doolan earned the Coach's Award.

Junior presentation night winners were as follows:

Under 17s: Best and fairest - Emmaline Weir; runner-up - Gabby Clarke;Coach's Award - Ebony Behsman;Most Consistent - Kelsey Hislop; Best in Finals - Emmaline Weir.

Under 15s: Best and fairest - Eliza Bradford; runner-up - Ellie Caruso; Coach's Award - Sophie Murray;Most Consistent - Shelby-Lea Hislop;Best in Finals - Ellie Caruso.

Under 13s: Best and fairest - Jessica Hanmer; runner-up - Stevie Bateman;Most Improved - Gemma Macdonald;Most Consistent - Jasmyn McKenzie;Best in Finals - Jessica Hanmer.