Mort wins Phoenix award in tight count

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The South West Phoenix award winners, Best and Fairest Jarrad Mort, Seniors Players Player Ryan Stewart, Seniors Coaches Award winner Lee Stewart and Runner-Up Best and Fairest Corey Barclay.
Camera IconThe South West Phoenix award winners, Best and Fairest Jarrad Mort, Seniors Players Player Ryan Stewart, Seniors Coaches Award winner Lee Stewart and Runner-Up Best and Fairest Corey Barclay.

South West Phoenix defender Jarrad Mort has been rewarded for his excellent season by winning the club’s best and fairest award on Saturday night.

Mort finished ahead of midfielder Corey Barclay in what was a tight count.

The five-year league player had one of his best seasons, helping the Phoenix to finish fourth in the State League Division One competition.

Ryan Stewart was voted the best player by his peers and won the players’ player award, while Lee Stewart was rewarded for a good season with the coach’s award.

Matthew Pastega was rewarded for a great season in the reserves, winning the best and fairest award as well as taking the honours in the players’ player award.

Charlie Betts finished runner-up, while Tom Simpson won the coach’s award.

The Club Legend Award went to Jimmy Mayers and was accepted by his son Gary, while Steve Suttie and Nigel Wilcox were awarded life memberships for the club.

Craig Kamocha won the under-18s best and fairest.

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