BORDER Districts capped off an encouraging junior season of football and netball with their wind-up at Frances oval on the weekend.
In the netball Grace Hausler was one of the more decorated players for the season - adding the club's 17 and under best and fairest and best in finals awards to her premiership medallion.
Georgia Grant was runner-up and Amelia Nolan most consistent.
Jasmine Derrington was the winner of the 15 and under best and fairest, Emma Hausler runner-up and Lauren Johnson won the coach's award.
Millicent Gabbe was adjudged the 13 and under A best and fairest with Lily Cameron runner-up and Olivia Crabtree most consistent.
Kate Richardson was awarded an umpiring encouragement award and Alex Neale was the 2013 junior sportsperson award winner.
Borders only had one football side for the season, their senior colts.
The team was unlucky not to taste finals action despite playing the season with the bare minimum of players.
Pint-sized midfielder Fraser Adams, who spent a great deal of the season in the A grade, won the best and fairest with James Richardson runner-up.
Defender Joel Thomson won most determined, Josh Shepherd most improved, Raph Palma best first year player, Oliver Gabbe coach's trophy, Grant Cother best team man and Lachie Gabbe was voted best utility.
The club is urgently seeking junior and senior colts football players for 2013, contact junior president Craig Pretlove on 0428 866 256.