North Wagga ruckman Jeremy Luff has been rewarded for a brilliant season taking out the club’s best and fairest honours.
It was a hot field, given teammates Corey Watt (Gerald Clear Medallist) and Kirk Hamblin (Player of the Year) had taken out the league’s two major individual awards.
Hamblin was runner-up behind Luff in the best and fairest count, while Watt was named most consistent.
Harry Grentell was awarded the Geoffrey Colin Whyte memorial trophy for ‘most determined to succeed’ and Angus McCrea the Trevor Urquhart award for ‘most potential shown’.
Sarah O’Leary won best and fairest in the Saints’ premiership-winning A grade netball team, ahead of Tessa Godbee.
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