HE’S a Maskell Medallist and a premiership player, now onballer Tim Hunt is a Warrnambool best-and-fairest winner.
The hard-running Blue polled 101 votes to beat league-leading goalkicker Jason Rowan, 91, for the Blues’ top award at its vote count on Friday night.
The award was the icing on the cake for a bumper month for the 22-year-old, who was part of a historic four-way tie in the Maskell Medal.
Hunt also became a premiership player six days later when his 31-disposal game helped Warrnambool outgun Cobden at Reid Oval.
Dynamic midcourter Siobhan Sefton claimed the A grade netball best-and-fairest award for helping the Blues into the grand final.
Sefton polled 68 votes, ahead of goal defence Emma O’Keeffe on 63.
Warrnambool was one of four clubs to have its best-and-fairest counts at the weekend.
Ruckman Jordan Dillon capped off his career-best season with North Warrnambool Eagles’ top award, ahead of gutsy young onballer Andy McMeel.
Dillon polled 74 votes, ahead of McMeel, 48.
The Eagles’ A grade netball count was a thriller, with twin sisters Skye and Jordyn Billings tying with 41 votes, ahead of Indi Morrison, 38.
James Hussey was a popular winner of South Warrnambool’s best-and-fairest award after a consistent season, with goalkicking onballer Brad Miller finishing runner-up.
Teenager Ruby Wilson claimed the A grade netball award, ahead of another young prospect, Britt Hyland, a result which bodes well for the Roosters’ future.
Key forward Steve Staunton and veteran utility Damian O’Connor took the spoils of victory at Terang Mortlake in a thrilling tie, ahead of defender Chris Baxter.
Hampden team of the year goalkeeper Jess O’Connor was a popular winner of the A grade best and fairest from Virginia Moloney.
Kaitlyn Arnott picked up the A1 award, Sharon Roberts topped the A2 vote count and Ailish Glennen the 17 and unders.