JAYDEN Hooper and Keely Hare have capped brilliant individual seasons to claim Maryborough Football Netball Club's top awards honours for the 2019 Bendigo Football Netball League season.
Hooper claimed the Geoff Macilwain as the senior football best and fairest ahead of former winner Coby Perry.
A big presentation night for Hooper, a selection in the Bendigo Advertiser's BFNL team of the year, included a Richard Peart Memorial trophy win as voted by his senior playing peers.
The returning Matt Bilton was the Magpies' leading goal kicker.
Hare claimed her second-consecutive A-grade netball best and fairest award following another strong season for the Magpies.
The young goal shooter shared the award with Magpies stalwart Alicia Cassidy in 2018, but this season won the award outright ahead of runner-up and two-time winner Jordan Macilwain.
In other major club awards, Nick Adams won club person of the year, B-reserve coach Stacey Russell netball person of the year, while Bella Westbrook and Aiden Hare shared the Don Ferguson Memorial award.
Full awards list
Netball person of the year: Stacey Russell.
Don Ferguson Memorial: Aiden Hare and Bella Westbrook.
AG Leech Meritorious Service Award: Jayden Templeton.
Best club person: Nick Adams.
President's Trophy: Barry Gaylard.
Seniors - best and fairest (Geoff Macilwain Medal): Jayden Hooper; runner-up: Coby Perry; coach's award: Liam Latch; most determined: Daniel Vadala; most consistent: Lachlan Butler; Richard Peart Memorial Best Player (as voted on by the playing group): Jayden Hooper; most improved: Mitch McClure; leading goal kicker: Matthew Bilton.
Reserves - best and fairest: Kellan Maffescioni; runner-up: Cam Skinner; coach's award: Sam Flynn; Richard Giles Memorial (best first year): Kyle Downs; Carl Lawrence Memorial (most courageous): Riley Kaye; Crameri's Award: Kellan Maffescioni.
Under-16 - best and fairest: Lachlan Bates; runner-up: Fraser Dix; coach's trophy: Harry Callum; most determined: Xavier Meerbach; most improved: Neville Stratford; most consistent; Liam Maffescioni; best first year: Patrick Pritchard; leading goal kicker: Josh O'Connor.
Under-14 - best and fairest: Liam Freeman; runner-up: Brandon Carter; coach's award: Josh Ross; most determined: Aiden Carter; most improved: Xavier Giles; most consistent: Kaian Constable; best first year: Joe Lovel.
Under-12 (division two premiers) - best and fairest: Archie Chadwick; runner-up: Jack Skinner; coaches awards: Jasper Trickey and Mitchell Stork; most determined: Billy Skinner; most improved: Cale Wright; most consistent: Campbell Wood; best first year: Sam Thomson; Jim's Mowing Award: Mitch Pickering.
A-grade - best and fairest: Keely Hare; runner-up: Jordan Macilwain; coach's award: Maggie Tranter.
B-grade -best and fairest: Dani Cain; runner-up: Rachael Palmer; coach's award: Elisha DiAmicis.
B-reserve - best and fairest: Bree Mullen; runner-up: Ashleigh Ripper; coach's award: Rebecca Mills.
17-and-under - best and fairest: Gina Ross; runner-up: Myah Linton; coaches award: Caitlin Britten.
15-and-under (BSNA division two premiers) - coaches award: Talia Arrowsmith.
Maryborough United - best and fairest: Abbey Sealey; runner-up: Megan Pritchard.
Maryborough United Pink - best and fairest: Maddi Smith; runner-up: Dusty Taylor-Irwin.
Maryborough United Magpies - best and fairests: Abbey Mortlock and Paige Walkley.
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