The round 11 Blue Ribbon Foundation Spirit of Netball Award went to impressive Taylors Lake under 17 player Zoe Gray.
This is Zoe's third year at Taylors Lake.
In that time, she has played in two grand finals, won the C Reserve best and fairest award and was runner-up for the under 15s last year.
Zoe has stepped up to play under 17s this year as the team was short on numbers. She has fit in beautifully and become a fabulous asset.
A versatile player, Zoe can play many different positions. She gives her all and is having a fantastic year.
Zoe is a pleasure to coach, taking everything on board and has a desire to learn more.
Taylors Lake Football Netball Club is very proud of her achievements.
The winner of the round 11 Spirit of Football Award was Pimpinio under 17 player Brayden Webb.
Brayden has played all his junior footy at Pimpinio and has rarely missed a game since he started Auskick many years ago.
He has come up through the ranks, with some of his highlights including being a premiership player in 2017 as a leading under 14 player and a grand final last year as a bottom-age player.
His commitment to training and game day is something to be admired.
Brayden always shows respect to umpires, teammates, the opposition and coaches.
He is considered a leader of the junior football department and has been rewarded this season by been made joint captain of a very young under 17s side.
Congratulations Brayden, keep up the good work.
The round 9 winner of the Spirit of Football Award for the Wimmera Football League went to Horsham Saints under 17 player Cody Helyar.
He was presented with his award from Horsham police First Constable Shaun Childs at Coughlan Park on Saturday.
This is Cody's first year at Horsham Saints and he is really enjoying the extra challenge of playing Wimmera League footy.
Cody has followed his older brother Brayden to the Saints.
Like his brother Cody, he has made his debut into Wimmera League senior football this year.
Cody is known for always being the first to thank the umpires and other volunteers and he is always respectful of the opposition.
Cody is well liked amongst his teammates.
His coach , meanwhile, says that he always listens and follows instructions and gives his best for the team.
The Horsham Saints congratulate Cody on being presented the Spirit of Footy Award and wish him all the best for the remainder of the 2019 season.