The Dimboola Football and Netball club held its junior medal vote count last Friday night, where it recognised the achievements of the junior footballers and netballers.
The Under 17 footballers Best and Fairest went to the long legged ruckman Mitchell Jorgensen and the runner up went to Tom O’Dwyer who just keeps improving at each game.
Will Griffiths won the Most Consistent award and the Most Determined went to Chris Eldridge. The Most Improved went to Jia Howlett and the Encouragement Award went to Corey Goss. The Goal Kicking award went to Tom O’Dwyer and the Tackle Award went to Tristan Rayes. The Coaches Award went to Will Eade and the Ted Kink Award went to Kolby Barry.
The Under 14’s Best and Fairest went to Jordy Laverty and Harper Harridine was the runner up. The Most Consistent went to Will KIng and the Most Determined went to Nick Williamson.
The most Improved Player went to their female player Brook Ward and the Encouragement Award went to Ashton Stott. Will King also took out the Tackle Award and the Coaches Award went to Zane Thomson.
The Ted King trophy went to Isaac Wren.
Declan Paech won the Best and Fairest and the runner up went to Jeremy Williamson. The Most Improved player was Luke Hunter and the Coaches Award went to Archie Laverty.
Under 12’s players all recieved a medal for the year they put in with coach Matt Harnett and assistant coach Jeff Cameron congratulated all the juniors on their efforts.
17 and Under
The 17 and Under netball Best and Fairest for 2018 went to the Wimmera League Best and Fairest runner up Stephanie Glover and the runner up went to Ruby Redford. The most consistent player award went to Sophie Warner.
15 and Under
Emily Polack will need to move aside some of her brothers trophies to make way for her 15 and Under Best and Fairest. Delta Wardle won the runner up Best and Fairest trophy. The most consistent was Paige Glover.
13 and Under
The Best and Fairest for the 13 and Unders went to Katie Griffiths and Isobelle Schorback was the runner up. The Most Consistent went to Sally Sellens.
Joanne Wolthuis won the Junior Netball Club Person award.