LUCINDALE Football/Netball Club held its presentation dinner on October 12.
Outgoing big man Tim Walsh, who has signed with Glenelg Football Club for next year, finished his stint in the KNTFL by taking out his club’s best and fairest over the also Glenelg-bound Ryan McInerney, as well as the league’s A grade footballer of the year.
Captain Travis Ware was leading goalkicker and most consistent.
Young pair Kyle Press (best team man) and Kane McCarthy (coach’s trophy and best under 21) were also recognised on the night.
Henry Legoe was named best backman.
In the reserves, Brad Hocking was best and fairest over Scott Bittner, Danny Lane best team man, Shawn Menz leading goalkicker and Matt Winslow won the coach’s trophy.
Doug Vandepeer was most improved, Alistair Watson most consistent and best backman was Tom Brody.
In the netball, Melanie Gear took out top honours as A grade best and fairest over young gun Demi McCarthy, who was also awarded the coach’s trophy.
Isobel Gilkes was named the A reserves best and fairest over Sally Cooper. Vanessa Clarke won the coach’s trophy.
Eloise Pietsch capped off a good season in the B grade with the best and fairest and coach’s trophy.
She shared the best and fairest with Georgia Smith.
Amy Rayner and Emma Babiszewski were both runner-up best and fairest.
In the C grade Kyle Watson was best and fairest over Mel Dickenson with Cheryl Ferguson awarded the coach’s trophy.