Goulburn Valley League netball club champions

October 12, 2017

Kyabram superstar Steph Vick added yet another medal to her trophy cabinet with a club best-and-fairest win.

Benalla: Tylah Marchbank capped a brilliant year by winning her third Robyn Smith Medal for the Saints.

The defender won the best-and-fairest ahead of shooter Grace Thomas in front of more than 150 people.

Echuca: Erin Hill took home the Judy Haw Medal after an outstanding season on the court for the Murray Bombers ahead of Dearnah Kent, while also collecting the best in finals award.

Euroa: Kelly Hill not only won Euroa’s best-and-fairest award this season, but was also named its best club person.

It highlights Hill’s contribution to the Magpies on and off of the court this year.

Laura Emanuelli came second in the count after a similarly great season.

Kyabram: Unsurprisingly, Steph Vick was a runaway winner of Kyabram’s best-and-fairest award. It is an amazing achievement for the superstar, who secured a four-peat of club gongs and back-to-back Wellman Family and premiership medals.

Mansfield: Jess Walker was a deserved winner of Mansfield’s A-grade best-and-fairest award.

Mooroopna: Maddie Wong went one step further than her Wellman Family Medal second place at club level, claiming the Cats’ best-and-fairest award.

The gun defender won the title ahead of Mia Fallon.

Rochester: Morgan Dingwall was the recipient of Rochester’s highest individual honour this season, with Bridget Holt claiming the title of runner-up.

Seymour: Meg Grbac was never challenged for Seymour’s top individual award, putting in nine best-on-court performances throughout the season to poll 32 votes — double that of second-placed playing coach Laura Carland.

The defender showed great athletic ability throughout the year, dragging in intercepts and rebounds almost at will.

Shepparton: Kim Commane was always going to be tough to beat at Shepparton’s presentation night.

The dominant shooter dutifully saluted as roaring favourite to win the Bears’ best-and-fairest award after a stellar year.

Shepparton Swans: Natalie Simpson was a dominant winner of her club’s best-and-fairest award, polling 35 votes.

Jana Bruinier came in second with 20 votes, while Simpson was also recognised with life membership of the Swans for her outstanding contribution and service to the club.

Shepparton United: Following in the footsteps of their AFL counterpart, the Demons will hold the final presentation night of the season this Saturday night.

Tatura: In her first season as a Bulldog, Jacqui James proved too strong for her teammates to snare the club’s best-and-fairest award.

James polled 57 votes to claim success ahead of Emma Ryan (42) and Maddi Davis (23).

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