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2023 Junior Netball Best and Fairest Results

Jemma Carkeek took home the 17/Under Best and Fairest with Abbie Smith claiming the Runners Up. Jemma’s growth and development through the year was outstanding and the award a great result for all her hard work. Abbie’s season had been exceptional but sadly was cut short in round 12 with a season ending ACL injury. Abbie’s commitment to the team and keeping herself involved has been nothing short of outstanding and also saw her receive the Coach’s trophy alongside Sophie Kelly. Both great leaders on and off the court who will always put others first.

Quiet achiever Aleece Bethell continued to develop her skills and showed she’s a big game player receiving the Best in Finals award for the second year running.

Isabella Rogers went from strength to strength this season and came away with the 15/U Best and Fairest. Issy knows how to use her body well, shoot from all areas of the ring and always makes sure she’s there for the rebound!

Versatile and fierce competitor Ellie Carkeek was Runners Up. Ellie’s ability to put pressure on the opposition, getting hands to many passes to create turnovers has continued to develop throughout the season.

Young gun Jorja Sprunt was Best in Finals for her stella defensive pressure. It’s hard to believe this superstar was meant to be bottom age 13’s! Jorja is a sponge, taking on board anything and everything. Also stepping up to help out the 17s as well Jorja is definitely one to watch out for in the future.

Gemma Rogers and Marli Salter shared the Coach’s award for their willingness to learn and development throughout the season.

Defender Hannah took out the 13/U Best and Fairest award. Her determination and ability to read the ball always makes it hard for her opposition and has an exciting future ahead.

Tahnee Tweed and Audrey Lukies tied for Runners Up. Tahnee really developed into a confident player this year. A determined mid courter, with a great attitude and eager to learn. Newcomer Audrey fitted into the midcourt perfectly. For someone who hasn’t played a lot of netball, she is a very calm player who reads the play very smartly.

Team player Eve Boase was awarded the Coaches award.

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