Results from 2011 Youth Girls Presentation Night

On Sunday, the 2011 Youth Girls Presentation Night was attended by over 230 guests at 501 Receptions in Footscray.

Over sixty awards were presented to girls from all over Victoria.

The night featured a fourteen-round vote count for the Western and Geelong Youth Girls Competition.

In Geelong it came down to the very last round as Matthew Flinders rising star Riley Shapter grabbed three votes in a best on ground performance to tie Barwon Heads’ premiership captain Tayla Rhodes on twenty-two votes.

Tayla and Riley shared the award ahead of Leopold graduating player Jaime Woollett who won Runner-Up with eighteen votes.

While in the Western competition Sunbury Captain Hannah De Raad ran away early to an astounding twenty-nine votes, finishing ahead of Victorian team Vice Captain Nicola Stevens of Pascoe Vale on twenty-three.

Best and Fairest Rhodes was also awarded Geelong’s leading goal kicker with 33 goals, while St Albans star Jasmine Garner captured the Western award after setting a Youth Girls record by kicking eighty goals during the 2011 season.

The night opened with AFL Victoria Development team coach Paul Groves announcing St Albans’ Rhiannon Banner as their best team player.

Victorian head coach Andrew Jago announced the second annual Eva-Peers medal, awarded to the best team player of the Victorian team, voted on by their peers and coaches.

Team Captain and All-Star Jessica Dal Pos (pictured) captured the award ahead of fellow team leaders Tayla Zammit & Madeline Keryk.

Altona Junior Football Club were awarded the Western Youth Girls competition Best Conducted Club award with a perfect score. In 2011, they hosted a number of Western home games as well as establishing an under-12s team in the brand new junior girls competition. Team manager Kerrie Murphy announced that in 2012, Altona will be entering a team in the Victorian Women’s’ Football League.

AFL Victoria’s Geelong region development manager John Edsall awarded Geelong Best Conducted Club to Drysdale Football Netball Club. Despite never having won a game, Drysdale set the standard for player, official and spectator behavior and finished five votes clear of second place with a perfect score for the season.

Final leader board for Western & Geelong best & fairest awards.

Western

1st  

  Hannah

  De Raad

  Sunbury

29

2nd  

  Nicola

  Stevens

  Pascoe Vale

23

3rd

  Tayla

  Rappolt*

  Wyndham Vale

22

4th

  Renae

  McBain

  Altona

19

5th

  Jasmine

  Garner

  St Albans

18

6th

  Emily

  Paterno

  St Albans

14

Equal 7th

  Michaela

  Perceval

 Melbourne University

13

Equal 7th

  Alexandra

  Gittings

 Melbourne University

13

9th

  Shae-Lee

  Murphy-Burke

  Altona

12

Equal 10th

  Madeline

  Keryk

  St Albans

11

Equal 10th

  Rachel

  Gastin

  Pascoe Vale

11

Equal 12th

  Alexandra

  Quigley

  Sunbury

9

Equal 12th

  Sian

  Wilson

 Melbourne University

9

Equal 12th

  Kacie

  Cook

  Altona

9

Equal 12th

  Caitlin

  Pretty

  Sunbury

9

*Ineligible

Geelong

Equal 1st

  Tayla

  Rhodes

  Barwon Heads

22

Equal 1st

  Riley

  Shapter

  Matthew Flinders

22

3rd

  Jaime

  Woollett

  Leopold

18

4th 

  Maddison

  Janssen

  South Barwon

17

Equal 5th 

  Kelsey

  Houghton

  Leopold

14

Equal 5th 

  Maddie

  Boyd

  Clonard College

14

Equal 7th 

  Vanessa

  Lewicki

  Leopold

13

Equal 7th  

  Nyeleak

  Doap

  Barwon Heads

13

9th 

  Madisen

  Maguire

  Matthew Flinders

12

Equal 10th 

  Caitlin

  Ross

  Clonard College

11

Equal 10th 

  Eliza

  Williamson

  Sacred Heart

11

12th 

  Sarah

  Chiavaroli

  Sacred Heart

9

Equal 13th 

  Hannah

  Burchell

  Sacred Heart

8

Equal 13th 

  Maddie

  Richmond

  Clonard College

8

15th 

  Lily

  Mithen

  Sacred Heart

6

 

Also awarded on the night were fifty best team player awards… (See below)

Altona – Kacie Cook

Ballarat – Lori Stepnell

Barwon Heads – Tayla Rhodes

Berwick – Ellie Blackburn

Bulleen Templestowe – Jade Davidson

Chirnside Park – Rebecca Dardengo

Clonard College – Maddie Boyd

Cranbourne – Kirsten McLeod

Darebin – Shannon Egan

Deer Park – Bianca Mahkae

Diamond Creek – Jessica Nash

Drysdale – Paige McDonald

Eaglehawk - Gemma-Lee Allison

East Burwood – Errin Smith

East Malvern -  Amber McEwin

Fountain Gate – Jessica Bakker

Golden Point – Jenna Bruton

Hampton Park – Sarah Bishop

Healesville - Marlee Nebauer

Huntly – Lily Campbell

Jacana – Agatha Bedorf

Keon Park - Melissa Morgan

Kew Rovers - Gabrielle Mahoney

Lalor Stars – Sharnni Di Mauro

Leopold – Kelsey Houghton

Marong – Chloe Pantazis

Mooroopna - Paige Baksch

Matthew Flinders College – Riley Shapter

Melbourne University – Kaity Beardmore

Mossgiel Park – Brittany Caruana

Narre South – Cassandra Meads

Narre Warren – Emma Pearce

Noble Park – Catrina Mastroianni

North Bendigo – Emma Lau

Oak Park-St Francis – Stephanie Griffin

Old Westbourne – Ebony Paterno

Park Orchards - Courtney Weeks

Pascoe Vale – Cara Matsa

Redan - Sarah Hawkes

Sacred Heart – Eliza Williamson

Seville - Brooke Slaney

South Barwon – Maddie Janssen

South Morang – Maddison Golledge

St Albans – Jacinta Ganino

St Damian’s – Melisa Prideaux

Sunbury – Kelsie Gill

Warrandyte - Micaela Bumpstead

Whitehorse - Morgan Khan

Williamstown - Kara-Anne Buhagiar

Wyndham Vale – Michelle Forsyth

Photos from the night soon to come…




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