Swifts netball vote count results

A GRADE BEST AND FAIREST: Jade Cleary was the Deb Carey medallist for Swifts' A Grade team. Picture: Trish Ralph.

A GRADE BEST AND FAIREST: Jade Cleary was the Deb Carey medallist for Swifts' A Grade team. Picture: Trish Ralph.

Jade Cleary edged out Courtney Morrow to claim the Deb Carey Medal for the A Grade best and fairest. 

Cleary finished ahead of her coach to be named the Baggies’ best player in the club’s return to the Horsham District Netball League’s top flight. 

The experienced netballer played in both attack and defence throughout 2017.

Under-17 Darcy Crawford won the B Grade best and fairest with 38 votes ahead of Chantelle Barber and Emma Bourke who polled 32 votes each. 

Jade Bird took home the C Grade best and fairest with 51 votes from Tania Crawford.

Linda Kelly polled 30 more votes than second placed Amanda McLeod to win the C Reserve best and fairest award. 

Drew Smith’s year of development has been recognised on Friday night, winning the Baggies’ 17 and under best and fairest award.

Smith played two games a day for most of the season, playing in both the 17 and under side as well as Swifts’ A Grade team. 

She was instrumental in Swifts’ competitiveness in their return season to A Grade, regularly contributing in all positions on the court. 

Darcy Crawford finished as the runner up in the 17 and under count.

The 17 and under Swifts finished just one game outside of the finals. 

Miranda Holden won the 15 and under best and fairest from Olivia Barber. 

The 15 and under Swifts were club’s the only netball side to qualify for the finals. 

Jessica Meyer took home the Baggies 13 and under netball best and fairest. Maya Murphy was runner-up. 

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