Last night the NNL and NFL held the Best and Fairest count for the 2014 season. Greensborough Netball Club had two players in attendance knowing they had both polled within the top five of their respective section.
Thea from our section seven team, a solid shooter that had a fantastic season, polled exceedingly well for her first NNL season of netball. Thea was named in third place, gathering 17 votes from the NNL umpires during the season. This is an exceptional achievement for a classy player that only started playing netball in February this year after making the transition over from soccer.
Sharna from our premiership winning section two team, played every minute of every game in season 2014 and captained the team from the GK anchor all year. Sharna made the transition to GNC from the Euroa Football Netball Club in the Goulburn Valley Football Netball League, where she played at the top level for the last few seasons as a shooter. In her first year of the NNL, Sharna also polled exceptionally well with the umpires and finished the count in second place.
Also last night, GFC’s premiership winning ruckman, Michael Hooper, finished in third place of the NFL’s Best and Fairest to cap off a great season.
The Football Club also had four players listed in the 2014 team of the year, Daniel McLinden, Tim Bongetti, Matthew Hyde and Michael Hooper along with the coach of the year our coach Robert Hyde.
Congratulations to all the Greensborough players and coaches on this fantastic achievement to top off 2014 as the Year of the Boro!
This Friday night is the club’s Best and Fairest count, stay tuned for the results live from our Facebook page.
Go Boro !