Saints’ stars rewarded

MYRTLEFORD Alpine Saints’ (from left) Eden Broz collected sister Saige’s awards for netball which included A grade best and fairest; Tara Monshing was awarded best and fairest for C grade and the C grade Rising Star award; Janelle McMasters received best and fairest for B grade while Rhiannon McIlroy was named runner up; Chloe Breen was the under 16 side’s best and fairest and Amelia Cossignani came runner up best and fairest in C grade. PHOTO: Jenny Zamperoni

Myrtleford Football Netball Club (MFNC) officially wrapped up the 2014 season with its presentation evening last Friday night.

Alpine Saints senior player Kristan Height took out the club’s best and fairest for the season with a whopping 187 votes and was a clear 84 in front of runner up Brad Murray.

Brendan Jenvey and Jeremy Schifferle were on the edge of their seats until the final round votes announced Jenvey as reserves best and fairest by one vote.

A dedicated season from Ben Amery was acknowledged with the young player winning the best and fairest for the thirds side and Lachlan Dale was announced as runner up best and fairest.

A grade netball best and fairest was awarded to Saige Broz and Marnie Doodewaard received runner up. Janelle McMasters took out B grade’s best and fairest and teammate Rhiannon McIlroy came in runner up.

Tara Monshing and Amelia Cossignani were awarded C grade’s best and fairest and runner up respectively, and Chloe Breen was the under 16 side’s best and fairest with Maddi Lennox coming in runner up.

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