Some 660 have gathered at Ballarat Lodge for the Robert Allan Medal.
Will Johnston from Darley wins under-12 reserves goalkicking with 31 goals, Samuel Joyce from North Ballarat wins under-12 seniors with 29.— The Courier Sport (@sportcourier) August 20, 2014
Blake Graham (BM) kicks 45 majors to win under-16.5 reserves goalkicking, Rhys Baker (BM) wins under-16.5 seniors with 48.— The Courier Sport (@sportcourier) August 20, 2014
MT Clear's Allana Van Dyken wins 13/under senior netball best and fairest award.
22-Allana Van Dyken (MC)
19-Chelsea Dickinson (BM)
19-Jaimee Smith (D)
17-Paetyn Jarred (LW)
17-Rylee Love (BM)
16-Charlotte Todd (LW)
16-Remi Hooper (NB)
15-Georgia Amoore NB)
14-Jazz Bilney (EB)
14-Marli McKenzie (EB)
14-Tessa Canny (LW)
JAMIE Quick of North Ballarat wins the under-12 seniors best and fairest.
26-Jamie Quick (NB)
22-Harry Sharp (EB)
21-Finn Lappin (R)
18-Matthew Schaper (MC)
18-Nicholas Stevens (EB)
18-Will Hynes (B)
17-Max McIntosh (LW)
16-Charlie Molan (MC)
16-Liam Canny (EB)
16-Siddharth Rajesh (LW)
LOOKING forward to hearing what the retired Collingwood premiership captain and future Magpie administrator has to say later in the night.
LAKE Wendouree's Eva Gillett wins the 15/under seniors netball best and fairest for the second year in a row.
29-Eva Gillett (LW)
23-Zara Nevett (NB)
18-Indira McCartin (MC)
17-Grace Todd (LW)
17-Melanie Freeman (D)
17-Ruby Fisher (B)
15-Abbey Flower (EB)
15-Ella Higgins (R)
13-Abbey Solomon (D)
13-Molly Grech (NB)
13-Molly Jeffrey (EB)
Riley Bishop, from Bacchus Marsh, a big winner of the Keith Rawle Memorial Trophy as under-14 football best and fairest.— The Courier Sport (@sportcourier) August 20, 2014
UNDER-14 seniors football best and fairest TOP 10
38-Riley Bishop (BM)
27-Jack Butler (S)
23-Joel O'Connell (LW)
20-Dale Harris (BM)
16-Isaac Pertzel (NB)
15-Will McGannon (EB)
13-Bailey Pickering (B)
13-Elliott Lamb (NB)
13-Jesse Marshall (MC)
12-James Herbertson (R)
12-Jed Hill (EB)
CELIE Hay, of Lake Wendouree, wins the under-16.5 spirit of sport netball award with 245 votes. Sebastopol claims team award with 788.
COACHES OF THE YEAR
UNDER-10 football: James Bik from Ballarat Swans
UNDER-12 reserves football: David Cowell from Redan
UNDER-12 seniors football: Peter Bath from Lake Wendouree
UNDER-14 reserves football: Karl Drever from Ballarat Swans
UNDER-14 seniors football: Ash Davidson from Redan
UNDER-16 reserves football: Paul O'Keane from Sebastopol
UNDER-16 seniors football: John Polkinghorne from North Ballarat
11/UNDER netball: Barb Carter from Lake Wendouree
13/UNDER reserves netball: Trecia Bik from Ballarat Swans
13/UNDER seniors netball: John Segrave from Bacchus Marsh
15/UNDER reserves netball: Gina Haase and Maria Cahir from North Ballarat
15/UNDER seniors netball: Lisa James from Lake Wendouree
17/UNDER reserves netball: Rebecca Ryan from Redan
17/UNDER seniors netball: Tanya Oakley from Darley
ALL set for the 17/under seniors netball and under-16.5 seniors football best and fairest counts.
Then it's the Robert Allan Medals and netball MVPs.
Still plenty to come on what's been a great night so far.
22-Celie Hay (LW)
21-Caitlin Bewley (D)
21-Greta Stevens (NB)
20-Jessica Brumby (R)
16-Devi McCartin (MC)
16-Ellen Mason (NB)
14-Elonie Hooper (NB)
14-Jaya Keogh (LW)
14-Olivia Lawson (NB)
14-Topsy Milera (MC)
36-Hamish Coulton (BM)
18-Ryan Thompson (EB)
18-William Hoye (NB)
17-Lachlan Thornton (MC)
17-Oliver Nash (NB)
16-Austin Corliss (MC)
15-Hasker Dawborn (B)
14-Alex Lovell (R)
12-Joshua Thompson (EB)
11-Liam Fitzpatrick (EB)
11-Will Garner (B)
ADRIAN Bettio (Bacchus Marsh) receives the junior football coordinator of the year award.
JUNIOR netball coordinator of the year award goes to Tania Gunn (Mount Clear).
MERV and Mary Howard Memorial Club Championship goes to North Ballarat.
13/under: Paetyn Jarred (Lake Wendouree)
15/under: Eva Gillett (Lake Wendouree)
17/under: Ruby Ancrum (Darley)
FOOTBALL MVPs - Robert Allan Medal
Under-12 seniors: Harry Sharp (East Ballarat)
Under-14 seniors: Riley Bishop (Bacchus Marsh)
Under-16.5 seniors: Hamish Coulton (Bacchus Marsh)
THAT'S IT. A HUGE NIGHT. LOTS OF FUN
Now let's get into the BFNL junior finals.