Roosters sign off in style

There was glamour, colour, conversation and laughter.
There was even an on-stage surprise marriage proposal.
Redlow once again delivered style, fun and celebration as the Two Wells Football and Netball Sporting Club concluded the 2017 season with its annual senior presentation event on Friday September 22.
This year, four of the club’s teams brought home the silverware at the grand final – the A grade and under 14 footballers, and the A5 and U13A netballers – and the atmosphere at the Redlow was buoyant.
Awards were presented to best and fairest players of each netball and football team, with five footballers also honoured for a variety of game milestones, and the club’s much-loved secretary, Alison Goss, awarded life membership.
Taking the honours in the A grade football by a large margin, on 53 votes, was Aaron Dart, with young-gun Jamie Humphrys runner-up on 27 votes.
Brandon Daly was named this year’s Most Valuable Player award, an honour bestowed upon him by his teammates.
Deemed best team man this season was Ben Spiteri and ruckman Shannen Slattery given the coaches’ award.
In the B grade, Lachlan Franklin (35 votes) took home the Graham Applebee Medal for best and fairest in a close contest from runner up Joey Azzurro on 33 votes.
The Best Team Man award in the B Grade was awarded to Tyler Morrison and the coach’s gong went Ben Knox.
The John Dawkins medal for the most votes achieved at association level was won by junior footballer, Caleb Hagenbucher, with Under 10 netballer Elyse Cluse taking home the Maureen Waye trophy.
Senior footballers were also presented with special awards for reaching major milestones this year including, Travis Wake (250 games), Bryce Hart and Michael Abdilla (150 games) and Peter Seccafien and Cameron Lamont 100-gamers this season.
In the A1 netball, defender Tara Learhinan bettered last year’s result, taking the best and fairest award, with the runner-up trophy going to Stacey Gameau.
Tara was also awarded the coach’s trophy.
In the A2s, Jamie Dinham also improved on last year’s placing, winning best and fairest, with Cassie Kent runner-up and Sandee Applebee given the coach’s award.
Crowned this year’s A3 best and fairest was Cheryl Herman, with Karen Baillie runner-up and Grace Slattery given the coaches’ pick for the season.
In the A4 team, Jessica Ellaby-Hall won best and fairest, Candice Pirri was runner-up, and Chelsea Ellaby-Hall presented with the coach’s trophy.
In the victorious premiership A5 side, whose win this year made four in a row, goalie Amy Spoolder took out the top honours, with Chloe Brohan runner-up and Ashleigh Egan the coach’s pick.

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