Brodie Romensky wins 2016 Barry Round Medal

On Monday, September 12th the Western Jets Football Club held the 25th Barry Round Medal. There were 186 guests in attendance at the Yarraville Club which once again hosted a fantastic night.

The Club was very fortunate to have Dan Lonergan MC the night and did a wonderful job. Special guests on the night were former Western Jets player Corey Ellis who now plays for the Richmond Football Club and Simon Dalrymple who is the National Recruiting Manager at the Western Bulldogs Football Club.

There were a number of award winners on the night:

- U/15 Player of the Year: Emerson Jeka
- U/16 Player of the Year: Zak Butters
- U/16 Vic Metro Representatives: Stefan Radovanovic, Owen King, Buku Khamis, Hamish Murphy, Xavier O'Halloran and Zak Butters
- U/18 Vic Metro Representatives: Brock McGregor, Daniel Venables, Oscar Junker, Wilson Berry and Brodie Romensky
- TAC Cup Team of the Year Representatives: Brodie Romensky and Daniel Venables
- AFL/AIS Academy Members: Buku Khamis (Level 1, 2017) and Lachlan Fogarty (Level 1, 2016 & Level 2, 2017)
- Club Person of the Year: Gary Brennan
- Life Member: Tony Miller
- Most Courageous Player: Jordyn Cotter
- Most Consistent Player: Connor Griffiths
- Best First Year Player: Nick Stuhldreier
- Runner Up Best & Fairest: Oscar Junker
- Barry Round Medallist: Brodie Romensky

Brodie (pictured with Ray Stevens) lead the vote count from Round 1 and was never headed on top of the leader board outlining what a magnificent season he had. 

The Top 10 vote getters were:
1. Brodie Romensky    276
2. Oscar Junker           207
3. Daniel Foley            123
4. Connor Griffiths        112
5. Cameron Rayner      102
6. Nick Stuhldreier        100
7. Ryan Carter              95
8. Brock McGregor         91
9. Nick Giarrizzo            73
10. Jordyn Cotter          72

Congratulations to all of the award winners!

 




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