The annual AGL Loy Yang North Gippsland Football Netball League vote count and presentation night was held at Traralgon Greyhound Racing Club on Monday night, with Griffin Underwood walking away with his second straight CL Burley Medal as the senior football best and fairest.
Underwood polled three votes in the final round to take his tally to 21 votes and snatch the award away from Churchill star Brendan Mason, who finished on 20.
Woodside’s Todd Bryant finished third with 19 votes and TTU’s Billy Morrison was fourth with 18.
In the A Grade netball count, Rosedale mid courter Carly Johnstone was a runaway winner with 29 votes.
Yarram young gun Chloe Finn was runner up on 20 votes, with Churchill’s Rachelle Chapman and Cowwarr’s Keely Bourke finishing on 19 votes.
In other awards, Sale City’s Jai Nelson was awarded the Lloyd Schacht Medal as reserves best and fairest and Daniel Parker of Heyfield won the George Bland Medal as thirds best and fairest.
Glengarry’s Amy King won the B grade best and fairest award, Ellen Baranowski of Heyfield won the C grade award and Ieisha Scott of TTU claimed the D grade award.
Grace Ronchi of Sale City and Bethany Jones of Woodside were the 17-and-under and 15-and-under best and fairest winners.
Superboots Stuart Buckley (Sale City – seniors), Michael Lush and Josh Swift (both Yarram – reserves) and Jack Caile (TTU – thirds) and Jack Balfour (Glengarry – thirds) collected their leading goal-kicker awards.
The Netball Rookie of the Year Award went to Macy Gardiner from Sale City and Brayden Woodland of Heyfield won the football equivalent.
Netball Umpire of the Year was Ruby Heasley, while the Jim Hood Football Umpire of the Year Award was won by Ken Wegener.Click Here to view the full leaderboard of votes from every grade in season 2018
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This post was written by Michelle Kyle