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THE 2016 AFNL season was officially
closed over the weekend for the Fish
Creek Football Netball Club with its Se-
nior Presentation Night held on Friday
night and the Junior Presentation Night
held on Saturday Night at the Fish Creek
Social Club Rooms.
Both nights were well attended due to the club’s in-
credibly successful season and committed supporter and
The Senior Presentation Night was held in front of
a huge crowd which was treated to a delicious meal co-
ordinated by the amazing Veronica Park and her team of
Many people were thanked throughout the night with
kind words and gifts because the club is blessed to have
so many committed volunteers and helpers who ensure its
The club also greatly appreciates the assistance it re-
ceives from its many sponsors and award donors who help
to keep the club afloat.
The Senior Netball Club Person award went to Kym
Berryman who coached the 11 and Under team and C
Grade, played herself, was a netball administrator for the
year, committee member and tireless helper throughout
Not only did these players win a premiership but Tom
Creekers Awards were introduced by Barry McGannon
for both the Reserves and Seniors.
Duillio Stefani presented the Reserves award and this
went to a very worthy Adam Bright who has had a tremen-
dous year of football.
The Senior Creeker Award was then presented to
Trevor Hooker who has been a great asset to the club over
the past five years and a great assistant to Reggie and the
Kelly Pruyn received a Creeker Award as an amazing
lady who does endless work for the club while being one
of its greatest characters as well.
Kelly was thanked for all she does to assist the club
and keep it entertained.
A life membership was announced to a worthy recipi-
An emotional tribute was made to former player,
president and current committee member and helper Dar-
ren Stanley, a great man for his tireless efforts to the club
over numerous years.
There were not too many dry eyes in the room.
Darren was overwhelmed and humbled to accept this
after a standing ovation from the crowd.
Thanks were also given to Jason Harding for his time
and efforts this year because he has done a great job in
presiding over the club and ‘bringing home the chocies’
as he likes to say.
Saturday night’s Junior Presentation Night was also
Ekala Moore was named the Junior Netball Club Per-
son for her great help around the club this year.
The night was officially closed by Jason Harding who
thanked members and volunteers alike for helping the
FCFNC be such a great club.
He concluded by echoing that FCFNC is committed to
playing in the AFNL next season and invited all players to
return to support FCFNC in 2017.
The Creekers celebrate
Netball 17 and Under: from left, most disciplined Carmen
Tracy, Deb Howard for runner-up best and fairest Alice
Howard, best in elimination final Breanna Byers, best and
fairest and best in semi final Erin Howard, team manager
Emma Watkins and coach Graeme Watkins. Absent: runner-
up best and fairest Alice Howard.
Netball 15 and Under: from left, best and fairest Lauren
Gale, coach’s award Tania Turvey, runner-up best and fairest
Ella Schauble and coach Amy Watkins.
Fourths: from left, most determined Nathan Denbrok, team
runner Brett Mitchell, runner-up best and fairest Brady
Mitchell, best in finals Elii Clarke, most disciplined Sam
McGannon, coach’s award Alex Denbrok, most consistent
Liam Howard, best first year player Ayden Wilson, best and
fairest Jai Stefani and coach AnthonyWilson.
Netball 13 and Under: from left, coach Robyn Hill, coach’s
award Amity Sands Morris, best and fairest Sharli Hams,
runner-up best and fairest Leila Tracy, best in the prelimi-
nary final Lara Stefani, Pat King Memorial Trophy Karla
Williams and coach Megan Vuillermin.
Netball: the 11 and Under team with coach Kym Berryman.
Thirds: from left, team manager Sonya Denbrok, most de-
termined Tom Price, best team player Brad Pulham, most
improved Carlin Tracy, coach Ray Stefani, most consistent
Danny Ryan, coach’s award Rhy Pridham, runner-up best
and fairest Toby Redpath and best and fairest Owen Straw.
Netball greats: from left, Senior Netball Club Person Kym
Berryman, Junior Netball Club Person Ekala Moore and net-
ball secretary Jacqui Tracy.
Creekers Awards: from left, Reserves Adam Bright and Se-
niors Trevor Hooker.
Seniors: from left, best and fairest Cal Park, best and fairest Ethan Park,
runner-up best and fairest Justin Smith, best young talent Ryan McGan-
non, most improved Bailey Harfield Park, best and fairest Tom Cameron,
most determined Brent Cooper, most consistent Ash Snooks and best in
finals Matt Kreymborg.
Reserves: from left, coach’s award Liam Edgelow, most
courageous Adam Bright, most consistent Will Lomax, best
and fairest Aaron Ireland and coach Peter Mueller. Absent:
runner-up Ben Graham.
A Grade: from left best and fair-
est Elysia Shaw and runner-up best
and fairest Erin Howard.
B Grade: from left best and fairest
Amy Watkins and runner-up best
and fairest Alice Gair.
C Grade: from left runner-up Kris-
ta Campbell and best and fairest
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