MDFL – Lachie Malloy has been named Rhodes Plumbing Great Western Lions best and fairest for 2013.
Malloy played every game this year, booted 20 goals and received five Mininera and District Football League best on ground nominations.
He was a stand out in the midfield, provided great leadership throughout the season and was a much-deserved winner of the award.
Defender and previous Lions best and fairest winner, Robert Garley took home the senior runner up best and fairest honours.
Onballer Jayson Smith received the Great Western reserves best and fairest for season 2013.
In his first season with the club, the hard running midfielder showed superb skills and led the way with his attack on the ball.
Smith just edged out Lions ruckman Craig Cooper for the top honours.
It was a successful season for all involved with the Great Western reserves, who claimed their maiden MDFL premiership against Wickliffe Lake Bolac.
Defender Adam Bullock received the senior coach’s award, while fellow defender Clint Slorach picked up the most consistent award.
Despite missing four games this season, Lee Ann Moana managed to take out the A grade Great Western netball vote count with Georgia Notting claiming the runner up spoils.
Moana was also runner up in the League vote count for 2013.
Emma Leggett took home the B grade netball best and fairest from Mollie Simpson, while C grade was shared between Kate Ramsdell and Emma Fiscalini.
Bianca Beasley finished runner up behind the winning C grade pair.
Great Western Lions’ senior best and fairest Lachie Malloy.
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