A terrific century from Paul Donaldson and a hat-trick from Jon Brodala powered Manypeaks to a first-up A-grade win in the Albany and Districts Cricket Association on Saturday.
Mt Barker started the Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade season with a four wicket win.
Seven teams will contest the Albany Basketball Association men’s A-grade premiership this season.
In a show of growth in junior female players in the region, eight teams will take part in the Albany Basketball Association women’s A-grade competition this season.
Allison enjoyed a stellar season playing through the midfield and was rewarded firstly by the umpires and then his club.
The hard-running midfielder missed the 2020 season as he recovered from an anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction but returned in dominant form this year.
Crudeli was ultra-consistent in a tough year for the Kangas and was a runaway winner ahead of joint runners-up Jacob Crowe and Mitch Lenegan.
Price, who travels from Perth each week to play for the Bulls, was a standout through the midfield and finished inside the top 10 in the Kleemann Medal.
Woods was wonderful through the midfield and up forward for the Magpies and finished a deserving winner of his club’s major individual prize when they held their awards night on September 18.
Jones moved to the Sharks last season but managed only three games, however he was a driving force behind the Sharks’ rise up the ladder and historic maiden finals appearance this season.
Albany Netball Association president Trish Hines has won a top recognition at the Netball WA awards on Saturday.
Strong Upper Great Southern flavour as South Fremantle aim to win back-to-back WAFL league premierships against Subiaco on Saturday.
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