13 and Under football league best and fairest crowned | Photos

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The community sport award season is well underway, with a suite of the Stawell 13 and Under Football Association winners crowned on Thursday night. With one game still to be played in the 2021 season, the Association held their presentation night with Jack Harney taking out the top prize. In the Brownlow Medal market, Marcus Bontempelli is a hot favourites for one of the AFL’s highest individual awards, and in 2021 Harney channeled some of the Bont’s skill. The 13-year-old midfielder follows Collingwood in the AFL, but Bontempelli is one of his favourite players to watch. On Thursday night Harney said he was watching the count and was happy to see the result. READ MORE: “I was watching the count and I was a little bit surprised when I saw the final tally,” he said. “It was a really good season playing here. Being top-age is good and you get a good go and run around.” “I like playing in the midfield and I like getting to run around and move a lot.” It was Harney second season with the Stawell 13 and Under Football Association, and after a stellar year, Harney is looking to graduate to junior football with the Stawell Warriors in 2022. Along with the league best and fairest for Bob Hyslop Perpetual Trophy, Harney also claimed the Tigers best and fairest award. OTHER NEWS: Bob Hyslop Perpetual Trophy Magpies Best and Fairest Hawks Best and Fairest Bulldogs Best and Fairest Tigers Best and Fairest 50 games: Life Member: Goal Kicking Award for Croft Perpetual Trophy Dowsett Best Club Person Award Best Overage Player Award If you can see this message, you are a loyal digital subscriber to The Stawell Times-News, as we made this story available only to subscribers. Thank you very much for your support and for allowing us to continue telling Stawell’s story. We appreciate your support of journalism in our great town.

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The community sport award season is well underway, with a suite of the Stawell 13 and Under Football Association winners crowned on Thursday night.

In the Brownlow Medal market, Marcus Bontempelli is a hot favourites for one of the AFL’s highest individual awards, and in 2021 Harney channeled some of the Bont’s skill.

The 13-year-old midfielder follows Collingwood in the AFL, but Bontempelli is one of his favourite players to watch.

On Thursday night Harney said he was watching the count and was happy to see the result.

“I was watching the count and I was a little bit surprised when I saw the final tally,” he said.

“It was a really good season playing here. Being top-age is good and you get a good go and run around.”

“I like playing in the midfield and I like getting to run around and move a lot.”

It was Harney second season with the Stawell 13 and Under Football Association, and after a stellar year, Harney is looking to graduate to junior football with the Stawell Warriors in 2022.

Along with the league best and fairest for Bob Hyslop Perpetual Trophy, Harney also claimed the Tigers best and fairest award.

Bob Hyslop Perpetual Trophy

  • Runner-up: Jack Stevens
  • Best and Fairest: Jack Harney
  • Runner-up: Darcy Moloney
  • Best and Fairest: Kade Thomas

  • Coaches Award: Max Croft
  • Runner-up: Domenic Giusa
  • Best and Fairest: Thomas Collins
  • Coaches Award: Dusty Wethers

Bulldogs Best and Fairest

  • Runner-up: Jack Stevens and Alex Simpkin
  • Best and Fairest: Ben Sladdin
  • Coaches Award: Tyson Field
  • Runner-up: Jackson Notting
  • Best and Fairest: Jack Harney
  • Coaches Award: Austin Tyers
  • Will Moloney and Kai Knight

Goal Kicking Award for Croft Perpetual Trophy

Dowsett Best Club Person Award

Best Overage Player Award

  • Tanesha Knight and Will Moloney

If you can see this message, you are a loyal digital subscriber to The Stawell Times-News, as we made this story available only to subscribers. Thank you very much for your support and for allowing us to continue telling Stawell’s story. We appreciate your support of journalism in our great town.

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