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Hoppers celebrate 2017

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September 20, 2017

Senior football Frank Brown best and fairest medalist winner Damien Carmody.

B grade best and fairest winner Megan Fuller (left), runner-up Tegan Budge.

Under 17 netball best and fairest winner Mardi Ryan (left) and runner-up Harper Pearson.

A reserve best and fairest winner Meg Bennett.

Under 15 netball joint best and fairest winners (from L-R) Ella Kerlin, Elizabeth Ingram and runner-up Zara Myer.

Reserves football Wilson family member best and fairest winner Darcy Taylor (left) and runner-up Chris Guinane.

Under 17 football best and fairest Cooper Hamilton (left) and runner-up Wade Brown.

A grade best and fairest winner/life member award Brydie Lawford.

Damian Kerrins was the MJ Morgan best club member.

COLBINABBIN’S Damien Carmody has taken out the Colbinabbin Football Netball Club Frank Brown best and fairest medal for 2017.

He was awarded with the medal at the club’s presentation day on Sunday at Shiraz Republic winery.

Carmody played 17 senior games in 2017 and was named in the best players on eight occasions.

His presentation and contested marks up forward had been a highlight of his football and saw him kicking 35 goals this year.

Patty O’Brien was the runner-up senior best and fairest.

Reserves Wilson Family Member best and fairest winner was Darcy Taylor with Chris Guinane the runner-up.

In the under 17s football, Cooper Hamilton was named the best and fairest winner and Wade Brown came runner-up.

Adding to her Heathcote and District League A grade netball best and fairest, Brydie Lawford also took out the club best and fairest honours and received a well deserved life member award.

Playing coach Lizzie Cobbledick was the runner-up A grade best and fairest.

Meg Bennett was the best and fairest winner in A reserve which had three joint runners-up in Lily Wareham, Zena Wareham and Hannah Fuller.

In B grade, Megan Fuller was awarded best and fairest and Tegan Budge was the runner-up.

Megan Leask was the best and fairest winner in B reserve with runner-up going to Shanee Squire.

Mardi Ryan finished on the highest votes to be best and fairest in the under 17s and Harper Pearson came runner-up.

In the under 15s there were joint winners of the best and fairest award with Ella Kerlin and Elizabeth Ingram sharing the spoils, while Zara Myers was the runner-up.

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