VWFL Presentation night winners
The best & fairest players in the VWFL have now been revealed for season 2016.
See below all the award winners from the 2016 VWFL Presentation Night.
Best & Fairest awards:
Helen Lambert (Premier) Medal: Emma Grant from the Bendigo Thunder.
Fraser Griffiths (Division 1) Medal: Rebecca Sadler from Endeavour Hills 15 votes
Kate Lawrence (Division 2) Medal: Teagan Sheldon from Seaford Football Club 25 votes
Division 3 Best & Fairest: Sarah Jolly from Gippsland 23 votes
North West Division Best & Fairest: Jaime Nankivilee from Melton Centrals Football Club 21 votes
South East Division Best and Fairest: Naomi Brisbane of the Seaford Football Club and Millie Shone of the Beaconsfield Football Club 19 votes
Goldfields Division Best and Fairest: Jordan Ivey from Lake Wendouree 21 votes
Full leaderboards available via the VWFL twitter feed HERE
Tracey Ashley from Eastern Devil WFC
Cassandra Brooks from St Kilda Sharks WFC
Umpire Award Joanne Cox Golden Whistle Award: Sean Lowe.
Best Conducted Club: Latrobe Uni FC
Debbie Lee Medallist – VWFL best first year players: Isabella Ayre of the Bendigo Thunder Football Club and Ashleigh Riddell of Fitzroy-ACU
Leading Goal Kickers
The North West Division Leading Goal Kicking Award with 42 goals from the Melton Centrals Football Club: Jaime Nankiville.
The South East Division Leading Goal Kicking Award with 44 goals from Beaconsfield: Katie Angelis
The Goldfields Division Leading Goal Kicking Award with 35 goals from the Lake Wendouree: Tylah Bruhn
The Division 3 Leading Goal Kicking Award with 36 goals from Gippsland Galaxy Womens Football club: Sarah Jolly.
The Division 2 Leading Goal Kicking Award with 36 goals from Sunbury Lions Football Club goes to Lisa Kirby.
The Division 1 Leading Goal Kicking Award with 37 goals from the Kew Football Club goes to Gabrielle Mahoney.
The Rohenna Young Medal is awarded to the Leading Goal Kicker in Premier Division with 34 goals from the Bendigo Thunder: Isabella Ayre
Ann Rulton Volunteer Award: Kerrie Leckie from East Point Dragons Football Club and Lisa Alston from Bayswater Football Club.
Melbourne Coach of the Year: Ben Forrest from Kew