2017 President Nights Awards Winners for the Inverell Saints at the RSM Club

Photo courtesy of Lynverell Photography.

Photo courtesy of Lynverell Photography.

Inverell Saints led the way this season, showing true grit all the way and getting Inverell noticed in the region as a force to be reckoned with. 

It was the first year for the women’s team, but there were no teething problems as they performed brilliantly. 

Now a fantastic season has come to an end and the Inverell Saints gave themselves a well-deserved pat on the back during awards night at the Inverell RSM Club. 

PRESIDENT NIGHT AWARDS WINNERS

The Inverell Saints can stand proud after a successful season with many of the players recognised as being among the region's best.

Senior’s Kyle Marchant  

Women’s Tara Lightfoot

Juniors Scott Thomas 

Seaton Tollis Award: Lachlan White 

Clubman of the Year Award:  Jo & Jon Cox 

Coaches Award:  Will Mclachlan 

Player of the Finals: Camden Sparke-Gaukroger/Josh Desborough 

Most Improved: Josh Desborough 

Kevin Pay Medallist  Best & Fairest winner: Lachlan Martin                              

Women’s  Awards

Coaches Award: Kaitlin Beveridge

Players Player Award: Georgia Strang

Player of the Finals Award: Kyla Hamilton       

Runner Up Award: Kyla Hamilton       

Best & Fairest Winner:  Georgia Strang

 Senior’s Awards

Senior’s Coaches Award: Beau Coles

Players Player Award: Ben Ellis                    

Most Consistent Award: Ben Ellis                     

Player of the Finals Award: Kieran Te Velde

Runner Up Award: Hayden Chappel

Dick Gleeson Medallist  Best & Fairest Winner:  Sam Kimmince

What’s next?

After a great season, the players will wind down and try other sports. Many are bound to feel a little blue.

The women are heading to Coffs Harbour for a few more adrenaline-charged moments playing Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour. 

Some will bide their time playing other sports or apply for the Northern Inland Academy of Sport (NIAS) honing in on their skills until the first week of April 2018 stronger than ever before.