IT WAS a busy weekend at Dimboola Recreation Reserve when the Roos hosted their 2017 presentations a day after hosting the Wimmera league grand finals.
Michael Henderson won the Stan Barber best club person award.
Roos president Col Campbell said there was not much Henderson did not put his hand up to do around the club.
“He’s the senior football director, coached the under-14s, he’ll mark the oval, man the bar, clean the clubrooms and chop the wood,” he said.
“We really noticed it this year because last season he was out at Jeparit-Rainbow before coming back to us.”
A Grade netball coach Ant Toet was presented with the Julie Jones best netball club person award.
“She is unbelievable with the amount of work she puts in at the club. She lives and breathes netball from March through to October,” Campbell said.
Issac Eldridge was recognised as the Errol McDonald reserves best club person.
“He was heavily involved with our Auskick program this season, plays reserves, is deputy vice-president on the committee, and will put his hand up for anything,” Campbell said.
Daniel Greig was made a club life member this season after chalking up his 200th senior game.
Young footballer Ben Miller was named the senior best and fairest after a stellar season. Runner-up was Lachie Watts.
Jodie Hayes was named the A Grade netball best and fairest winner, with Rianna Kuhne the runner-up.
Tim Walker was named best and fairest for the reserves, while Kellie Laverty took out the B Grade netball best and fairest award.
Emily Gough was the C Grade best and fairest.