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Best of the west

WINNERS: Mail Medallist Adam Braendler and netball best and fairest Renee Colbung.
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THE time honoured Mail Medal count took place on Saturday nightfollowing the first semi-final for the Far West Football League and Netball Association.

Players gathered at the Thevenard Sports Clubto celebrate the best players of the season.The MC for the night was Tracey Gurney, who kept the night running smoothly with the help of Annette Plane. Ms Planeonce again prepared the presentation and counts. Guestsalso enjoyed a three-course meal which Elaine Kerridge prepared.

First up was the D grade netballcount. In the top spot this season was Annemarie Miller ofCeduna Blues with26 votes. Equal runners up were Steffi Bergmann ofCeduna Blues and Andrea Richards ofKoonibba, both with 17 votes.

The C grade count was closely contested betweenplayers from the two Ceduna Blues teams. After some back and forth, Nicole Ettridge came out best with 44 votes and Karen Green was a close second with 40.

The B grade count was anyone’s to win, with six talented ladies in competition for the top spot. In the end, Georgia Lambeff ofCeduna Blues walked away best and fairest with 29 votes, with Frew Halbert ofThevenard second with 26. Polling well were Hollie Watkins on 25votes, Tracey Chandler on 24and Ali Shipard on 23–all ofWestern United.

After dinner, the B grade footballwas up.Peter Jericho ofCeduna Blues was a particular favourite, and for good reason, Jericho managed to take away the best and fairest trophy with 22 votes. He was closely followed by Josh Nisbet from Thevenard on 18 votes.

Anticipation was high as the A grade netball count started. Young talentNeve Smart ofThevenard and Meesha Dunn ofWestern United camein equal best under 21 with 18 votes apiece.

Courtney Meier ofThevenard took homerunner-up best and fairest with 21 votes, and running away withbest and fairest for 2016was Renee Colbung ofKoonibba with an incredible 45 votes.

Finally, the Mail Medal count begun. The competition was tight between four of the league’s best. David Wright and Matthew Hartwig pushed back and fourth between rounds, knocking each other out of the second spot, before Hartwig pulled the votes in the final round, gaining him runner-up best and fairest. Best Under 21 went to Jake Warmington ofWestern United, up there with 20 votes.

After polling well in the second half of the season, with mostly first preference votes, Adam Braendler ofThevenard was announced Mail Medal winner for 2016 with 32 votes.

Congratulations to all winners oftheFar West best and fairest counts for 2016.

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