Ballarat and District Soccer Association held its best and fairest presentation at Morshead Park on Friday night.
While Sebastopol Vikings’ Ryan Rykers took out the top award of the night, his seventeen-year-old teammate Liam Dawson won the division one goal scoring award as he works towards a state football career.
Warrnambool’s Isobel Stewart claimed the women’s best and fairest award for the second consecutive year.
During the presentation, it was announced the league would be adding under/11 and under/13 girls teams next year if it can get enough numbers.
BEST AND FAIREST AWARDS
Division 1 Open: Ryan Rykers (Sebastopol) – 26 votes
Division 1 Women: Isobel Stewart (Warrnambool Rangers) – 18 votes
Division 2: James Hibberd (Horsham) – 15 votes
Under/17 Open: Harry Hann (Ballarat) – 21 votes
Under/16 Girls: Eva Coasta (Ballarat North United) – 36 votes
Under/15 Division 1: Justin Angeleski (Ballarat) – 33 Votes
Under/15 Division 2: Yuri Hoashi (Buninyong) – 36 Votes
Under/13 Division 1: Joseph Haynes (Sebastopol Vikings) – 38 Votes
Under/13 Division 2: Eero Partonen (Daylesford) – 33 Votes
Graig Pierce Memorial Trophy winner: Joseph Haynes
Division 1 Open: Liam Dawson (Sebastopol) – 24 goals
Division 1 Women: Daniela Weinreich (Sebastopol) – 33 goals
Division 2: Michael Busija (Sebastopol) – 26 goals
Under/17 Open: Sunny Yeu (Ballarat North United Black) – 32 goals
Under/16 Girls: Amelia Stewart (Victoria Park) – 41 goals
Under/15 Open Division 1: Harrison Barnes (Bacchus Marsh Yellow) – 24 goals
Under/15 Open Division 2: Bailey Webb (Buninyong) – 24 goals
Under/13 Open Division 1: Jasper Chalmers (Vikings) – 68 goals
Under/13 Open Division 2: Eero Partonen (Daylesford) – 57 goals
Division 1 Open: Sebastopol Vikings
Division 1 Women: Sebastopol Vikings
Division 2: Sebastopol Vikings
Under/16 Girls: Victoria Park
Under/15 Division 1: Victoria Park Blue
Under/15 Division 2: Buninyong
Under/13 Open Division 1: Sebastopol Vikings
Under/13 Open Division 2: Victoria Park White