LWA Senior Dinner and Awards Night

2015 State League Fairest and Best - Callum Mortimer
2015 State League Fairest and Best - Callum Mortimer  
2015 U19 Australian Women's Team - WA Representatives
2015 U19 Australian Women's Team - WA Representatives  

This year’s Lacrosse WA Association Senior Fairest and Best was a fantastic celebration of the rich talent and achievements we have gained in lacrosse in West Australia this year.  With two new clubs gaining the title in the State League and A Grade the Fairest and Best Awards along with the LWA Male and Female All Star teams were a reflection of the new legacy rolling through West Australian lacrosse.

With the fantastic location of the WACA and prominent MC Channel & Sports Presenter and inaugural West Coast Eagle, Adrian Barich, our Master of Ceremonies for the evening, the night did not disappoint.

With the women re-introducing B Grade this year, Bayswater’s Emma Green snagged the Fairest and Best Award from Runner-up Olivia Wills from Phoenix.  Phoenix continued their success with Arron Canarelli winning the Runner up for Division 2 from Wanneroo’s Cameron Mulcahy.  Wanneroo’s domination of the Senior Men’s Grand Finals were reflected in the Fairest and Best Winners for each category with Kristopher Fenn winning Division 3 and Callum Mortimer rounding out the trifecta winning the State League Fairest and Best.  It is no secret after moving to WA this Season, 2 x Australian player, Callum, has had a successful year.  After winning a National Championship with WA, Callum has gone on to win a State League Premiership with Wanneroo, the Kuljak medal for Fairest and Best player in the Finals and made the 2015 LWA Men’s All Star Team.

The Women’s A Reserve Fairest and Best was won by Bayswater’s Stacey Brown with Wembley’s Amanda Buchan winning Runner-up for the second year in a row.

The Women’s A Grade was won by Wembley’s Hannah Barnsley with a tie for runner up with Tegan Brown from East Fremantle and Mel Goddard from Wanneroo.  These three ladies finished up a successful year also being selected on the 2015 LWA All Star Team.  Tegan gained the honour of Kuljak medallist as the Fairest and Best player for the A Grade Grand Final.

Our four U19 Australian Representatives Rhiannon Panting, Karri Somerville, Sharn Muffett and Ashtyn Hiron were acknowledged for their Australian Team selection along with Bec Banyard and Caitlyn Ryan as Assistant Coaches.  Phoenix’s Ashtyn Hiron was also recognised for her selection in the U19 World Team

 

 

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