A Wow of Wind-Up for the Neddies Juniors

Chase Ridley (Under-10s) – Most Promising Junior Player
Chase Ridley (Under-10s) – Most Promising Junior Player

The Neddies Juniors capped off another successful season with a huge turn-out at the annual presentation evening at the club on Friday.

Congratulations to President Kylie-Anne Drummond and her Junior Committee for another great year, which included a complete revamp of the junior playing kit, the establishment of the new northern suburbs training base, the staging of two junior carnivals at The Foreshore and the new Neddies bus taking players to training each week from Wesley College in South Perth.

The season is not over for three Neddies teams however, with the undefeated under-10s, the under-11s and the combined Neddies/Cottesloe under-12s all sending teams to the international Centaurs tournament in Singapore on December 6-7.

Congratulations also to the following Junior Club award winners:
President’s Shield – Most Outstanding Junior – Lachie Steedman (Under-13s)

Trefor Thomas Award – Outstanding Team Leadership – Ted Rose (Under-12s)

Will Brock Award – Best Team Player – Noah Shaw (Under-10s)

Tom the Travel Award – Best junior Tackler – Sam Richardson (Under-12s)

Garry Ash Award – Most Promising Junior Player – Chase Ridley (Under-10s)

The Ball Family Award – Most Outstanding First Year Player – Lachlan Doyle (Under-9s)

Peter Shaw Award – Best Clubman – Travis Ball (Under-11s)


Congratulations also to State representatives Sam Offer and Tom Norman and State under-16 trialist Calvin Swick.