Dare caps off stellar season as top Bomber

Ruckman Levi Dare added the Bombers club best and fairest to his list of accolades after being crowned joint winner of the Maskell Medal last month.

THE Cobden Football Netball Club held its 2010 presentation night at the Cobden Golf Club last Friday.
Senior football:
Best and fairest (Andrews Cup): Levi Dare, runner-up: Paul Hinkley.
Most serviceable: Ricky Sullivan.
Most improved: Jacob Ryan.
Scanlon Memorial for leading goal kicker: Levi Dare.
Coaches award: Tom Watson.
Reserves football:
Best and fairest (Jim Hammond Memorial): Simon Morris, runner-up: Jacob Roberts.
Most improved: Bronte McCann.
Most determined: Luke Kensit.
Leading goal kicker: Wayne Robertson.
Coaches award: Louis Cahill.
Under 18 football:
Best and fairest (Barry Kelly Memorial): Tom Uwland, runner-up: Sam Uwland.
Most improved: Shaun Rosevear.
Most disciplined: Sam Cunnington.
Leading goal kicker: Drew Semmens and Tom Spokes.
Coaches award: Will Bongers and Ben Robertson.
A grade netball:
Best and fairest: Lisa Gardner, runner-up: Demi Mounsey.
Leading goal thrower: Hayley Plozza.
Coaches award: Sally Seabrook.
A1 netball:
Best and fairest: Kelly Stephens, runners-up: Tarryn Hill and Janine Hutt.
Leading goal thrower: Jacoba Wagstaff.
Coaches award: Jacoba Wagstaff.
A2 netball:
Best and fairest: Romona Taylor, runner-up: Emma Smith.
Leading goal thrower: Steffi Persson.
Coaches award: Sam Holland.
Cobden and District Community Bank volunteer of the year award: Lisa Dickinson.
Gary Raselli club person of the year: Amy Stringer.
Two life memberships were also presented on the night.
Greg Tongs was one recipient, having played 200 senior games with the club, this year became an automatic life member.
Dale Robertson has pulled on the red and black for over 300 club games for the Bombers, is a premiership player from 1998 and is involved with the club in many other capacities and is a valued member.
Bombers president Wayne Gibson thanked everyone for their attendance and congratulated all the award winners.
He also thanked Jake Harkness for his contribution to the CFNC over the many years.
Jake is stepping down from the his role as vice president and will be missed in this post.
This now leaves 10 committee members, which is unworkable in this day and age, with Gibson reminding people for the club to continue running smoothly, new faces need to emerge to fill roles.
The club will be looking for a vice president for match days, assistant treasurer, joint canteen co-ordinator, Recreation Reserve representative, Sports Club representative, football manager and general committee.
Parties interested in fulfilling these positions or helping out in any way at the club are asked to contact Wayne on 0408 529 501.

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