2014 Masters wraps up

After two amazing days of fun, friends and netball at Shoalhaven, the 2014 Netball NSW Masters drew to a close yesterday afternoon, Sunday 19 October.

It was fantastic to have all 34 teams join in the fun but still get some goals on the scoreboard!

In the spirit of the event, it is not only gold, silver and bronze medals that are awarded but a Best and Fairest Individual and Team is acknowledged in each age-division.

Getting behind the Masters competition for another year, Major Event Partner the Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) is also proudly supporting the peer-voted Best and Fairest Awards.

Awarded to an individual and team in each age-division, the ACPE Best and Fairest Awards were voted on by the Masters athletes throughout the weekend, and announced during the presentation ceremony.

Congratulations to all players, supports and officials involved!

The ACPE Best and Fairest award winners plus the Gold, Silver and Bronze place-getters are listed below:

ACPE Best and Fairest Individuals
Over 35 Competitive: Deborah Lawler (Starlight)
Over 35 Social: Nathalie Rayes (Shoalies)
Over 40 Competitive: Jodie Buckley (Junction Hotel In Motion)
Over 40 Social: Heather Noblett (Captivas)
Over 45 Competitive: Raylene Allen (Bankstown City ladies)

ACPE Best and Fairest Teams
Over 35 Competitive: Scone RSL
Over 35 Social: Medowie Mocktails
Over 40 Social: Hastings Saints
Over 40/45 Competitive: Blayney

Over 35 Competitive
Gold: St George
Silver: Scone RSL
Bronze: HCP Slick Chicks

Over 35 Social
Gold: Sapphires
Silver: Shoalies
Bronze: Oakhill

Over 40 Competitive
Gold: Junction Hotel in Motion
Silver: Sutton Forest
Bronze: Hastings

Over 40 Social
Gold: Angels
Silver: Scots
Bronze: Shoalies 40

Over 45 Competitive
Gold: Over the Hills
Silver: Bankstown City Ladies

View the full fixture/results