Swifts have secured another vote count win, with Adam Leslie taking out the Ritchie Dunlop Memorial Medal for the Horsham District Football Netball League Reserve Grade best and fairest.
Leslie polled 16-votes to finish first, in front of Kalkee's Brendan Hobbs (15-votes).
Leaderboard - Reserve Grade
16 votes - Adam Leslie (Swifts)
15 votes - Brendan Hobbs (Kalkee)
10 votes - Brandon Ellis (Noradjuha-Quantong)
10 votes - Matthew Whelan (Laharum)
10 votes - Darcy Trotman (Harrow-Balmoral)
9 votes - John Kelly (Taylors Lake)
9 votes - Hayden Fleay (Pimpinio)
9 votes - Tyson Hawker (Kaniva-Leeor United)
9 votes - Jake Hinton (Taylors Lake)
9 votes - Nathan Hill (Noradjuha-Quantong)
Taylors Lake's Kaliesha McKerron and Harrow-Balmoral's Eliza Jagger have tied for the title of the Horsham District Football Netball League's B Grade Best and Fairest.
The talented duo each received 16-votes, ahead of Noradjuha-Quantong's Ellie McDonald and Kalkee's Jaymi O'Connor who both finished with 15-votes.
Leaderboard - B Grade
16 votes - Kaliesha McKerron (Taylors Lake)
16 votes - Eliza Jagger (Harrow-Balmoral)
15 votes - Ellie McDonald (Noradjuha-Quantong)
15 votes - Jaymi O'Connor (Kalkee)
14 votes - Amy Lewis (Harrow-Balmoral)
12 votes - Kayla Kelm (Taylors Lake)
11 votes - Darcy Crawford (Swifts)
10 votes - Chloe Kelm (Taylors Lake)
10 votes - Mel Schultz (Kalkee)
9 votes - Krystal Skiller (Natimuk United)
Swifts' Louise Walton and Kalkee's Lisa Fulton have been crowned dual Horsham District Football Netball League C Grade Best and Fairest winners.
The pair couldn't be separated on 16-votes apiece, ahead of Pimpinio's Mayci Porter (14-votes).
Leaderboard - C Grade
16 votes - Lisa Fulton (Kalkee)
16 votes - Louise Walton (Swifts)
14 votes - Mayci Porter (Pimpinio)
13 votes - Erica Blake (Natimuk United)
13 votes - Emily Humphries (Laharum)
13 votes - Delany Bray (Noradjuha-Quantong)
12 votes - Bridget Doyle (Harrow-Balmoral)
11 votes - Shelly Stockdale (Natimuk United)
11 votes - Danielle Grindley (Edenhope-Apsley)
Noradjuha-Quantong's Brianna Stonehouse has won the Horsham District Football Netball League's C Reserve Best and Fairest.
Stonehouse finished with an impressive 15-votes, ahead of Harrow-Balmoral's Penny Dunstan and Pimpinio's Janie Wilde who both tallied 12-votes.
Stonehouse played a key role in her side finishing second on the regular season ladder and will no doubt be crucial to the Bombers' premiership chances if play can resume.
Leaderboard - C Reserve
15 votes - Brianna Stonehouse (Noradjuha-Quantong)
12 votes - Penny Dunstan (Harrow-Balmoral)
12 votes - Janie Wilde (Pimpinio)
11 votes - Monique Emmett (Natimuk United)
11 votes - Grace Turner (Rupanyup)
10 votes - Emma Kemp (Kalkee)
10 votes - Casey Farr (Kalkee)
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