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2019 Country Champs Week 2 Awards
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2019 Country Champs Week 2 Awards

Congratulations to all of those participants who were presented awards at Country Championships. It is a great achievement for each of the below listed players to be standing out among their peers in their respective divisions.

Grand Final Best & Fairest

Emmi Cahil, Bunbury – Under 12 Girls Division 2

Sophie Anastazjew, Karratha – Under 12 Girls Division 3

Emily Blurton, Eaton – Under 13 Girls Division 2

Makkiah Dittmann, Waroona – Under 13 Girls Division 3

Roxy Adams, Karratha – Under 14 Girls Division 2

Sally Harwood, Dongara – Under 14 Girls Division 3

Emily Behrend, Australind – Under 15 Girls Division 2

Grand Final MVP

Ruby Guthridge, Busselton – Under 12 Girls Division 2

Shaye Lenton, Margaret River – Under 12 Girls Division 3

Brooklyn Noble, Eaton – Under 13 Girls Division 2

Taylah Platell, Waroona – Under 13 Girls Division 3

Chloe Hayes, Mandurah – Under 14 Girls Division 2

Amelia Corasanti, Narrogin – Under 14 Girls Division 3

Jasmine Peterson, Australind – Under 15 Girls Division 2

All Star Players

Under 12 Girls Championship

Zahli Dewar, Bunbury

Charlotte Fletcher, Mandurah

Shenika Garlett, Bunbury

Tatum Whalley, Albany

Shatha Doley, Geraldton

Under 13 Girls Championship

Emily Erdman, Busselton

Alivia Fotu, Bunbury

Zoe Jackson, Busselton

Charlize Robertson, Kalgoorlie

Tahlia Tuckey, Mandurah

Under 14 Girls Championship

Asha Ranson, Mandurah

Tessa Kilchemann, Manjimup

Georgina Ravenhill, Albany

Hannah Maree, Bunbury

Tiana Teakle, Geraldton

Under 15 Girls Championship

Sienna Forsyth, Geraldton

Holly Bilchich, Bunbury

Brodie Dixon, Albany

Jordan Della, Manjimup

Kaitlyn Srhoj, Mandurah

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