PDFNL | 2019 best and fairests

By Alex Mitchell


Gun talent Harley Middleton claimed a second best-and-fairest for the Saints with a strong season in the midfield and up forward. He beat runners-up Will Robinson and Adam Way to add this year's award to his 2016 triumph.
Rorri Phibbs pocketed the club's A-grade best-and-fairest for her part in the 5-11 season, with Emma Bond runner-up.


Half-back flanker Lachie MacDonald drove the Redeyes forward all season and picked up the best-and-fairest award for his troubles. He beat consistent midfield Sam Singleton to earn the nod.
Nat Tremble won her third A-grade best-and-fairest in four years, edging out runner-up Alana Coates.


Des Morgan continued outstanding form for the Rovers, his brilliant campaign in the back half earning him the top gong. Dynamic midfield duo Dylan Kerr and Andrew May were forced to share second place.
In A-grade netball, Chrissy Hurst made it back-to-back triumphs with a great season, finishing with 52 votes to beat Carissa Bulmer by nine votes.


David Gregory was rewarded for a consistent campaign in which he helped the Demons improve by three wins on last season, taking home the club's senior best-and-fairest.
Skye Nash's A-grade side only tasted victory three times, but she was still acknowledged as the team's best performer.


Katamatite's Pearce Medal-winning ruckman John Woodcock also took out club honours — but he had to share it with silky midfield Pat Horsburgh. The duo beat out defender Pat Riordan, who finished as runner-up.
Newly-announced A-grade coach Tesslyn Saunders won the netball best-and-fairest, with Leonie Rogers and Ria Still joint runners-up.


Mitch Sidebottom wasted no time making an impact at his new club, winning the best-and-fairest in his first season since signing with Katunga.
Sidebottom's partner Sarah Weidemann had an outstanding season as her Swans made the A-grade preliminary final, and took out the best-and-fairest.


The Timbercutters’ return to finals was led by consistent midfielder Jake Ellery, who earned the best-and-fairest for his troubles.
Shannon Mills brought her best netball for the club's A-grade side all season and took the top award.


Picola United might have dropped away from last season's form, but Blake Jorgensen certainly did not, producing a stellar season in which he pocketed the Blues’ top gong for a second straight season.
Demi Morrison took the A-grade award for her role in helping the side to a grand final appearance.


Rennie coach Craig Ednie had another impressive season in charge of the Hoppers, taking out the club's best-and-fairest award. Dean Bigger's consistent efforts were marked with the runner-up nod.
Baylee McCarty took the A-grade award after helping the Hoppers reach the finals.


Tyron Hill will forever be remembered as a best-and-fairest in a premiership year after claiming the prize for the Picola league premier. He won from Matt O'Kane and Lewis O'Sullivan, who shared the runners-up award.
Vanessa Ward can also add that title to her resume after winning the A-grade top gong in the Bulldogs’ premiership season, winning from Amy Carter.


Thsi year did not garner any wins for the Bloods, but at least Jacob Hore will leave with something, taking out the best-and-fairest. Hore polled 54 votes to win from Trent Boglis (47) and Corey Parish (26).
Leah Nish won the club best-and-fairest to go with her league honour, the Lukies Medal.


Defensive specimen Mitch Cleeland had an amazing year as an interceptor, and took home the Bombers’ top award. He won from goal-kicking wizard Charlie Burrows.
Mikayla Foster won the A-grade award from Chloe Thorne.


Shaun Greenway made it back-to-back best-and-fairests, producing a strong campaign to win from Andrew Jones.
Sarah Skehan finished second in last season's A-grade best-and-fairest, but moved up to take the award this campaign.