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Mount Evelyn Netball Club has enjoyed one of its most successful seasons during the winter of 2017, fielding 16 teams – from 9 and Under through to Open.
Twelve teams were eligible to compete in finals, with eight of the teams reaching the first week of finals, as 9 and Under don’t compete in finals.
Many that dropped out only lost by 1-3 goals – sadly – including two games that had after-the-siren goals.
Even though, there were three premiers and one runner-up.
There were two association winners – Nikita Garrett – 13 and Under, and Janelle Myers – Open, this is when the player receives the most umpire votes from all teams in the sections. This is awarded from LYVNA.
Other achievements included: Umpires encouragement award – Keeley Humphris; two umpires were awarded their ‘C’ badge throughout the seaon – Jade Adams and Colleen Drewitt; and seven Representative players for 2017, including one also selected for the Henderson Regional team.

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