SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP END OF SEASON CELEBRATION NIGHT

SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP END OF SEASON CELEBRATION NIGHT

Last Sunday night, members of the Senior Championship program celebrated the end of the season with their family and friends at Jock & Eddie in Eltham. With the home & away season finished for our SEABL & Youth League teams, it was a chance to reflect on the season and congratulate all involved in the program. Members from the U21 teams also were involved in the evening with their season drawing to a close in the coming weeks.

Throughout the evening, individual players were honoured with award certificates for their outstanding season. The award winners were:

U21 BOYS

Most Valuable Player = James McGrath

Best Defensive Player = Lachlan Wearne

Coaches Award = Michael Karaula

 

U21 GIRLS

Most Valuable Player = Emma Parks

Best Defensive Player = Natalie Davies

Coaches Award = Erin Milton

 

YOUTH LEAGUE BOYS

Most Valuable Player = Dylan Dunstan

Best Defensive Player = Matthew Baggio

Coaches Award = Nathan Poelsma

 

YOUTH LEAGUE GIRLS

Most Valuable Player = Mikayla Peterson

Best Defensive Player = Angela Morris

Coaches Award = Nicola Stewart

 

SEABL MEN

Most Valuable Player = Michael Best

Best Defensive Player = Dyson King-Hawea

Coaches Award = Liam Killey

 

SEABL WOMEN – not announced as still playing in finals.

It was a terrific evening and a great way for players, coaches, family and friends to socialise off the court and reflect on the season. With the SEABL women competing in the Final Series in just their first season in the competition, there was a great deal of excitement and anticipation in the room with everyone wishing the team well this weekend and hopefully further on in the series.

 

Congratulations to all players and coaches involved in the senior program for 2018 and thank you to all the people behind the scenes who make the program happen.




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