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THE Broadford Football Netball Club faithful gathered at Craigieburn Sporting Club on September 17 to celebrate the successes of 2022.

The club presented football and netball awards, along with life memberships and other club awards during the evening.

Ally Black was the A Grade netball best and fairest, while Liam Lucas took out top honours for the senior football team.

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Isaac Smithwick placed second in the senior football count, with Braydon Hardstaff finishing third and Lachlan Phillips named most improved.

Ally Black added best finals player to her A Grade best and fairest, with Amanda Rothwell-Hiscock finishing runner-up, Brooke Currell taking the players’ player award and Renee Sari picking up the coach’s award.

Other awards were:

Reserves football: best and fairest, Jack Connell; runner-up, Gareth Sharp; third, Brodie Stray; most consistent, Aaron Altham; best team player, Matt Dunbar.

B Grade netball: best and fairest, Natalie Fletcher; runner-up, Jenny Neilson; best team player, Kirbie Theuma; best finals player, Rhonwyn Whiteside; MVP, Natalie Fletcher.

C Grade netball: best and fairest, Hayley White; runner-up, Beth Perry; best team player, Jazmine Pearson and Stephanie Stavrinou; best finals player, Erica Heers.

Under 17 netball: best and fairest, Cassie Zolnierczyk; runner-up Leah O’Dell, best team player, Shayla White; best finals player, Leah Toome.

Life membership was presented to Brooke Currell, with Aaron Gleeson named Club Person of the Year for 2022 and Jaimie Hooper retrospectively awarded for 2021.

Service medals went to Jaimie Hooper, Aaron Gleeson, Ash Chapman and Greg Holcombe.

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