Netball: Casey takes out Sovereigns' top award

ACU Sovereigns’ star player Casey Adamson has taken out the club’s top gong, winning the Victorian Netball League championship side’s best and fairest award.

TALENT: Casey Adamson, on the right, with her award at the ACU Sovereigns' presentation night. Adamson's performances remained a highlight in a tough season.

TALENT: Casey Adamson, on the right, with her award at the ACU Sovereigns' presentation night. Adamson's performances remained a highlight in a tough season.

Despite sustaining an injury in the final game, Adamson was consistently among the Sovereigns’ stand out performers throughout the season.

Big name recruit Demelza Fellowes, who has represented Australia, was named runner up, while Erin Riley received the coaches award.

In division one, Allira Holmes claimed the most valuable player award, with Janelle Birch runner up, while dual coaches awards went to Jess Leader and Bec Scott.

Chloe Wilson, who spent time in the championship side this season, was named best player in finals. 

In 19/under, Keara Fitzgerald won MVP, while Laura Kelly snatched up both the runner up and coaches awards.

Ash Smith took out the best and fairest for the 19/under development squad, with Emma Buwalda the runner up and Julia Twigg the coaches award winner.