Sandringham Football Club Best and Fairest Results

A great turn out of 160 at the Social Club for the 2010 Presentation night. It was a great night and although we didn’t have the strongest season on the field the general consensus is we are building towards getting back to where we were during the mid 2000’s.

The night kicked off with reserves coach Jeremy Barnard presenting the reserves awards – These were dominated by Kallen Geary who picked up Best Player In The Finals and the Runner Up Best and Fairest while Maddison Hardiman who now wants to be referred to as “the most decorated player in the clubs history” took home the Team Involvement Award, the Reserves Best and Fairest and would also take home the Most Determined in the Seniors later in the night.

Scott Gower in his first year at the club was awarded the Reserves Coaches Award for his rock solid year in defense, another first year player Maddison Andrews took home the Most Determined Player after playing most of the year with a bung shoulder.

Not surprisingly Nick Sautner (The actual most decorated player in the clubs history) took home another leading goal kicker award while Chris Irving capped a stellar first VFL season with the most Liston votes and best 1st year player awards. Jimmy Magner took home 3rd in the Best and Fairest while he also added the most courageous player to his trophy cabinet and young gun James Hallahan got the coaches award after recovering from chronic groin issues early in 2010.

The vote count in the seniors kicked off from round 10 with Magner leading from Jack Steven, Shane Tregear and Chris Irving with young Irishman Tommy Walsh rounding out the top 5, it was a hotly contested vote count with David Gallagher hitting his straps and eventually the lead by round 14 with Tregear and Magner in hot pursuit. Tregear eventually hit the front and looked unbeatable after polling maximum votes in round 16 against Port Melbourne. Tregear finished on top with young Saint Tom Simpkin 2nd and Jimmy Magner 3rd.

Best dressed couple for the night went to Keiffer Smith-Cameron and Peter Shakallis – Well done guys! While speech of the night was clearly Jeremy Barnard, Barney was reeling off quotes and jokes like a seasoned comedian. A good night all round!

Seniors Best & Fairest Results

Shane Tregear 79       

Tom Simpkin      62                  

James Magner   57                              

Chris Irving        52                    

David Gallagher  51                              

Jack Steven       39                    

Tommy Walsh   38                    

Alistair Smith     38                    

Tom Lynch        37                    

Nick Sautner     31                    

Ben McEvoy      23                    

David Armitage  21                    

Luke Miles        18        

Rhys Stanley     16

Adam Pattison   15

Raphael Clarke  15

Brad Howard      13

Robert Eddy      12

Jarryn Geary      11

Steven Gaertner 11

Steven King       10

Ricky Ferraro     9

Paul Cahill         8

Leigh Fisher      6

Maddi Hardiman 5

Michael Lourey  3

Jarryd Lyons      3

Will Johnson      1

Danny Archer    1

Jonno Nash       1

Chris Waller      1

Other Awards as follows:


Most Determined: Madison Andrews

Team Involvement: Maddison Hardiman

Best Player in Finals: Kallen Geary

Runner up B & F: Kallen Geary

B & F: Maddison Hardiman

Coaches Award: Scott Gower


Leading Goalkicker: Nick Sautner

Most Liston Votes: Chris Irving

Team Involvement: David Gallagher

Most Determined: Maddison Hardiman

Best 1st Year Player: Chris Irving

Most Courageous: James Magner

Coaches Award: James Hallahan


Extra Mile Award: Dale Robertson

Best Clubman: Geoff Combe

Gary Gilchrist Memorial: Phil Martin

Trevor Barker Award: John Mennie

Congratulations to all award winners and thanks to all who attended in what was a great


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