Macilwain named premier Pie

KEY position star Tyson Macilwain has taken out the Maryborough senior best and fairest award.

BEST AND FAIREST: Maryborough star Tyson MacIlwain. Picture: LIZ FLEMING

BEST AND FAIREST: Maryborough star Tyson MacIlwain. Picture: LIZ FLEMING

Macilwain had a consistent season for the Magpies and played full-back for the BFNL in the inter-league win over Gippsland.

Macilwain polled 65 votes, 21 clear of skipper Luke Bucknall, with young gun Billy Mahony in third place on 39 votes.

The Magpies' awards day was dominated by the Macilwain family.

Tyson's sister Jordan tied with Alicia Cassidy to win the A grade netball award.

Jordan Macilwain and Cassidy polled 25 votes, four clear of Laura Hurse.

Riley Herd took out the reserves football award with 48 votes. Magpie veteran Cam Skinner was runner-up with 38 votes, while Zac Egan was third on 26.

Young gun Daniel Shanahan was a clear winner of the under-18 football award.

Shanahan polled 64 votes, 16 in front of Jayden Templeton on 48. Kade Bench was third on 30.

Maryborough centre Alicia Cassidy.

Maryborough centre Alicia Cassidy.

Eliza Roughead won the A Reserve netball count on 31 votes, just five in front of Olivia O'Shea. Chloe Egan was third on 21.

The B Grade netball award was taken out by Jessica Egan on 26, from Rachel O'Halloran on 17.

Maddison Egan claimed the 17-and-under netball award. Egan polled 21 votes to defeat Shaiden Smith on 16 and Dani Cain on 15.

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