Juniors recognised at gongs

Chloe FraserBusselton Dunsborough Times

Junior hockey players came together on Sunday evening to celebrate the end of the season and name the Busselton Hockey Association’s best players.

The Brownlow-style count took place at the Busselton Hockey Stadium for the second year, with Cavaliers White player Amelia Singleton awarded fairest and best girl for the 9-12 group.

Amelia Singleton was awarded fairest and best.
Camera IconAmelia Singleton was awarded fairest and best. Credit: Chloe Fraser

The fairest and best boys’ award was accepted by Margaret River player Conor Callow, who also received the Just Hockey junior hockey person award.

Conor Callow is awarded fairest and best by Kerry Cox.
Camera IconConor Callow is awarded fairest and best by Kerry Cox.

The girls’ Just Hockey junior hockey person award went to Asha Altman, and Cormack Smith received the rising coach award.

Girls’ co-ordinator Julie Dowling, Asha Altmann and boys’ co-ordinator John Mclean.
Camera IconGirls’ co-ordinator Julie Dowling, Asha Altmann and boys’ co-ordinator John Mclean.

This weekend, teams will battle it out for the premiership title.

Countrys will enter the grand final for the fourth year in a row, with all three teams making the weekend’s finals.

Capel players Amber Dowling, 17, Indi Payne, 16, Kirsten Clark, 15, Rachel Dowling, 14, and Steph Hann, 16.
Camera IconCapel players Amber Dowling, 17, Indi Payne, 16, Kirsten Clark, 15, Rachel Dowling, 14, and Steph Hann, 16.
Capel players Amber Dowling, 17, Indi Payne, 16, Kirsten Clark, 15, Rachel Dowling, 14, and Steph Hann, 16.
Camera IconCapel players Amber Dowling, 17, Indi Payne, 16, Kirsten Clark, 15, Rachel Dowling, 14, and Steph Hann, 16.

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