The Daylesford Football Netball Club held its junior football and netball presentation event at Victoria Park Pavilion on Sunday September 8.
Over 100 kids and parents packed Victoria Park to watch the awards ceremony. Daylesford President Carson White said: "This is a great opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the 2019 season. It's also a perfect opportunity to acknowledge and thank the tireless work of club volunteers as well."
Alongside the best and fairest awards, the club also provided other encouragement awards to players like most dedicated, most determined and most versatile.
"The junior club has had another great year and our junior football and netball programs continue to grow and get stronger," White said.
"Our U17 netball team just missed out on playing in a grand final this year. The event was a great success and one of its hi lights were the junior coaches talking about their kids and how proud they are of them all. It made for some emotional moments on the day!"
U13b coach Karen Walker announced she would not be coaching again in the 2020 season.
"Karen has been an incredible coach and contributor to our junior netball over many years and on behalf of the entire club we want to thank her for her wonderful contribution", White said.
Best and fairest awards
Football: Under 12: winner Tate Koleski, runner up Scout Kinnear. Under 15: winner Tyson Scoble, runner up Riley White. Under 18: winner Sean Naylor, runner up Adam Pasahidis.
Netball: Under 13a: winner: Makayla Jenkin, runner up: Emma Monaghan. Under 15: winner Olivia Leonard, runner up Jacinta Hasler-Betts. Under 17: winner Lydia Hasler-Betts, runner up Romy Streat.