The best Bulldogs of the season

THE Beerwah Bulldogs junior and senior presentations have taken place on October 7 and September 29, recognising the best of the best of the talented squads; three of which won premierships.

Players from the Pups program and U6’s, all the way up to the A Grade Men’s side were recognised for their great efforts, with a select few of each team shining extra bright.

The club reflected on a great season the senior men had, and how proud they are of everyone who received an award at both the junior and senior presentations.

“The overwhelming triumph in the grand final, coupled with an undefeated season, provided us with an immense cause for celebration,” the club said.

“Furthermore, we wholeheartedly acknowledge and extend our warmest congratulations and deepest gratitude to the recipients of our season’s prestigious awards.

“Their remarkable achievements deserve our highest praise and admiration.”

The senior presentation award recipients are as follows:

•  C grade: best and fairest – Scott Floss, best back – Troy Edwards, best forward – Tristan Boss, most improved back – Toby Glover, most improved forward – Oscar Hetherington and coaches award – Iszic “chur” Alexander

•  Reserve grade: best and fairest – Rhys Storr and Rakarl Kake, best back – Josh Bartholomai, best forward – Jordan Bain, most improved back – Glen Morris, most improved forward – Lachlan Mclure and coaches award – Kaleb Coolwell

•  Open women: best and fairest – Jordan Jackson, best back – Reegan Hicks, best forward – Annette Brander, most improved back – Tahlea Corcoran, most improved forward – Charleigh Dunn, coaches award – Courtney Lockwood and rookie of the year – Kayla Smedley

•  A grade: best and fairest – Daniel Kidd, best back – Nic Jennings, best forward – Jamie Hill, players player – Nic Jennings, rookie of the year – Jackson Kite and volunteer of the year – Ash Hoskin.