After two amazing days of fun, friends and netball at Charlestown Netball Association, the 2015 Netball NSW Masters drew to a close this afternoon, Sunday 18 October.
2015 marked the sixth year of this event and its popularly continues to grow annually, with a record 42 teams participating in either the competitive or social divisions across the weekend.
Netball NSW would like to acknowledge the support of the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences (AIAS) whose parent company, Study Group, have been the Major Partner of the tournament since its inaugural year and also back the peer-voted Best and Fairest Awards.
Awarded to an individual and team in each age-division, the AIAS Best and Fairest Awards were voted on by the Masters’ athletes throughout the weekend, and announced during the presentation ceremony.
Congratulations to all players, coaches, umpires, officials, primary careers and supporters involved, and thank you to Charlestown Netball Association for hosting this year’s Netball NSW Masters.
The AIAS Best and Fairest award winners plus the Gold, Silver and Bronze place-getters for each Division are listed below:
AIAS Best and Fairest Individuals
Over 35’s Competitive: Margo Woodhead (Chokers)
Over 35’s Social: Debbie King (Hastings 35’s)
Over 40’s Competitive: Denise Matwijow (Zaaps)
Over 40’s Social: Sharon Turnbull (Saunders Motor Group)
Over 45’s Competitive: Derani Strauchan (Over the Hills)
AIAS Best and Fairest Teams
Over 35’s Competitive: Chokers
Over 35’s Social: Medowie Mocktails
Over 40’s Competitive: Screaming Divas
Over 40’s Social: Saunders Motor Group
Over 45’s Competitive: Bankstown City Ladies
Over 35 Competitive
Gold: Illawarra 35’s (on a count-back)
Silver: Scone RSL (on a count-back)
Bronze: Valley Vipers (on a count-back)
Over 35’s Social
Gold: Hills Bells
Bronze: Magic Mixture
Over 40’s Competitive
Gold: Junction Hotel in Motion
Silver: St George
Over 40’s Social
Gold: Hills Angels
Silver: Hastings 40’s
Bronze: Vintage 0z (on a count-back)
Over 45’s Competitive
Gold: Over the Hills
Silver: Bankstown City Ladies
Bronze: Gosford Gerties