Junior footballers recognised
The Great Northern Junior Football League held their awards after the league grand finals at the Recreation Ground.
It was a tremendously successful year for the league, with four separate clubs playing off across the under-14s and under-16s deciders.
Post-event, GNJFL secretary Joanne Starling said she was thrilled with how the presentation went and praised all volunteers who had assisted throughout the year.
Best on Ground in GNJFL Grand Final - Jed Hagan (Brigades)
East Fremantle Best on Ground in the Grand final – Ethan Paholski - Brigades
Most Courageous in the Grand final – Richard Bartlett – Chapman Valley
Leading Goal Scorer – Ethan Paholski - Brigades
U/14s Runner Up Fairest and Best 2016 –
Shaedan Edwards – Railways
Edward Curley – Towns
Judd McVee – Rovers
U/14s Fairest and Best 2016 – Ethan Paholski - Brigades
Best on Ground in the Grand final – Kurt Crudeli - Railways
East Fremantle Football Club – Best on Ground in the Grand Final – Max Murphy - Railways
Most Courageous in the Grand final – Ethan Wasley - Railways
Geraldton Trophy Centre – Leading Goal Scorer – Kayne Councillor - Towns
U/16s Runner Up Fairest and Best 2016 – Angus Wood - Railways
Ron Simkin Memorial Medal - Fairest and Best 2016 – Dylan Curley – Towns
2016 Chris Mainwaring Junior Footballer of the Year – Joshua Williams - Chapman Valley
2016 GNJFL Volunteer of the Year – Anthony and Donna McAuliffe - St Pats
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