JACK Egan capped off a fine first season at Charles Sturt University by taking out the club’s best and fairest award.
Egan moved from Collingullie to CSU as assistant coach for the 2015 season and he was recognised for a fine year with the best and fairest victory.
Egan finished clear of runner up Jack Connor.
Connor did well at the Bushpigs’ presentation night, also picking up the most consistent award.
Harry Unthank won the coaches award, Isaac Roebuck was named most improved and Tom Jeffery won leading goalkicker.
Adrian Gaeta was named reserve grade best and fairest.
In netball, CSU coach Kristen McKenzie won the A grade best and fairest award after another fine season.
She finished just ahead of Jenee West.
Tiffany Boatman won A reserve best and fariest, while Ash Halligan won B grade and Bec Keatley won the top award in C grade.
Laura Skipworth won the B grade Wagga club best and fairest, while Michaela Hogan, Georgia Howell and Olivia Curry shared C grade.
Mick Hopwood won clubperson of the year.
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