Kyabram Phoenix Football Club has presented its annual awards.November 7, 2012 4:09am
Under 13: Best and Fairest - Thomas Corso, Runner-up - Kyle Minicozzi, Players Player (equal) - Ethan Roberts, Coaches Award - Pippa Grabham. Absent - Connor Trewin (Most Improved and Players Player (equal)).
Kyabram Phoenix Football Club recently honoured its top performers from the 2012 Goulburn North East Football Association season.
The under-16 girls team again led the way for the club this season in securing back-to-back premierships by defeating Cobram Victory in the grand final. Indre Christy won the team’s best and fairest award to go with the league best and fairest award she collected last month. Tegan Milne was best and fairest runner-up and also received the players player award.
The club open women’s team also had a good season and reached the finals for the first time. Janna Lawson mirrored Christy’s performance by winning the club best and fairest trophy to go with her GNEFA best and fairest award. An impressive achievement particularly for a 14-year-old.
Luke Ramsden won the mens best and fairest trophy while in the junior teams best and fairest prizes went to Thomas Corso in the under-13 age group and Lachlan Rodrick at under-15 level.
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