THE 2019 AFL South Coast season wrapped up for the Bomaderry Tigers on Saturday night, when they held their annual presentation evening at the North Nowra Tavern.
With numerous awards being handed out on the night, one of the main highlights was the presentation of the premier men's and women's Best and Fairest Awards.
In the men, skipper Jack Boxsell, who is now a three-time winner, and Adriaan Toms shared the award, while Bridget Kellett took out the women's gong.
Other award recipients in Matt Barnes premier men's side included Jake Satchell and Nathan Snelling (both Encouragement Award), Blair Oliver (Player of the Finals), Jordan Matthews (Leading Goalkicker), Connor Clarke and John Muggleton (both Coach's Award), Luke McCann (Most Consistent), Jack Boxsell (Player's Player and Tiger of the Year) and Courtney Ward (Best Backman and Runner-Up Best and Fairest).
While Kellett also claimed both the Player's Player and Tiger of the Year prizes for Geoff Gibbs' premier women's side - with Emma Dempsey (Player of the Finals), Katie Sargent (Leading Goalkicker), Jess Liddiard (Best Backperson), Kate Bramley and Jaimi-Lee Gibbs (both Coach's Award), Emily Reichler (Encouragement Award), Sophie Phillips (Most Consistent) and Lily Macdonald (Runner-Up Best and Fairest) also getting recognition.
The final lot of team awards saw Matthew Bryce take out the division one men's Best and Fairest Award, as well as the Player's Player.
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Other award recipients from division one men's side, coached by Brent Tyrrell - who was Runner-up in Best and Fairest - were Hayden Roach (Encouragement Award), Rob Bleumink (Leading Goalkicker), James Macdonald (Best Backman), Lachlan Hunt (Coach's Award), Mitchell Wurr (Most Consistent) and Charlie Bramley (Tiger of the Year).
The night also saw John Muggleton, Tyler Dunstan, Jack Carter, Dale Lovatt and Les Wardale (all 50 games), Matt Farrow and Brent Herdman (150 games) and Brent Tyrrell (250 games) recognised for significant milestones.
Renee Matthews and Charlie Rodden were both named Best First Year Players, as Lily McDonald and Siwa Harvey-Aziz were announced as Rookie of the Year - with the two Most Improved awards going to Josie Cousins and Adriaan Toms.
Finally, other club awards went to Roslyn Phillips (Conspicuous Services) and Geoff Gibbs (Clubman of the Year) with Gary Farrow and Christian Mills both given life memberships to the club.