ABOVE, (Back, from left) Jack Naumann, Braedan Mann, Anthony Hansen, Glen Roulston, Max Greene-Galloway, Mitchell Drayton, (front) Jack Drewery, Cayleb Fidge, Cole Thompson, Rupert Evans and Hayden Barr at the AFLpresentation night at the Warwick Show Pavilion.
ABOVE, (Back, from left) Jack Naumann, Braedan Mann, Anthony Hansen, Glen Roulston, Max Greene-Galloway, Mitchell Drayton, (front) Jack Drewery, Cayleb Fidge, Cole Thompson, Rupert Evans and Hayden Barr at the AFLpresentation night at the Warwick Show Pavilion.

Redbacks' future in good hands

IN keeping with their senior counterparts, the Redbacks’ junior brigade shared the awards evening on Saturday and did themselves and the club proud.

The Under-14s preliminary final squad was brought up onto the stage as a team and presented to a 150-strong crowd that really showed their appreciation.

“Our future is with these kids and with the Under-8s to 10s and 12s following in their footsteps,” announced MC Jason Wright, as all juniors were given a team medallion.

The major awards on the night went out to:

Under-12s

Best and Fairest: Calais Chicken

Runner-up: Anthony Hansen

Leading goal scorer: Anthony Hansen

Hard Nut Award: Jack Drewery

Most Improved: Rupert Evans

Rookie Award: Rowan Anderson

Most Consistent: Glen Roulston

Coach’s Award: Montana Fidge

Under-14s

Best and Fairest: Tim Tate

Runner-up: Mitch Drayton

Leading goal scorer: Josh Read

Hard Nut Award: Darcy Minogue

Most Improved: Cassie Cullen

Rookie Award: Scott See

Most Consistent: Ben Davies

Coach’s Award: Josh Read

Player of the Final Series: Shane Iles.

Congratulations go to all juniors involved with the Redbacks for the exemplary manner in which they represented their club, their families and of course themselves.

Without question everybody at the club is proud of each and every one of them and gratitude goes out to parents for their input throughout the year.


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