Hampton Rovers captain Leigh Fletcher added to his league best & fairest this season by winning the club best & fairest for the fifth year running at Fridays Presentation Night.
It was a great evening to cap off a brilliant year for the club. Over 160 people were in attendance at the Sandringham Football Club to bring the curtain down on the 2013 season.
Leigh claimed the Bob Cave Medal by finishing the season on 150 votes, 13 ahead of runner-up Danny Corp while Mark Devereaux was third on 113. Jay Ting and Jesse Lovig made up the top five.
The Rovers captain led the club to its first senior premiership in 12 years and took out the VAFA D1 best & fairest his second league award, previously winning it in B section. He also represented the Big V in the VAFA rep game earlier in the year against Vic Country.
Liam Woodland won the reserves best & fairest (Dom Devola Medal) while Tom Cougan took out the thirds best. In the Under 19s, Tim Jones won the McGregor Medal.
Gary Nash was announced as best senior club person for his great work around the club.
The night concluded with Lachlan Wheeler awarded Hampton Rovers Life Membership. Lachie is a most-deserving recipient with many years service to the club on and off the field and at committee level.
All the awards from the night:
|Best & Fairest||Leigh Fletcher|
|Runner Up Best & Fairest||Daniel Corp|
|3rd Placed Best & Fairest||Mark Devereaux|
|Leading Goal Kicker||Stuart Burggraaff|
|Coach’s Award||Jesse Lovig|
|Best Finals Player||Daniel Corp|
|Best & Fairest||Liam Woodland|
|Runner Up Best & Fairest||Shem Curry|
|Most Consistent||Nick Taylor|
|Most Reliable||Charlies Miles|
|Best Finals Player||David Morton|
|Best & Fairest||Tim Jones|
|2nd Runner Up||Campbell Jones|
|Most determined||Tim Hickox|
|Most Versatile||James Massey|
|Best Team Man||Jack Campion|
|Best & Fairest||Tom Cougan|
|Runner Up||Liam Dynon|
|Best Team Man||Nathan Foster|
|Best Clubman||Gary Nash|
|Life Membership||Lachlan Wheeler|