Warrnambool and District league life membership recipient Kylie Murphy says football and netball has been in her blood since she was born.
The WDFNL netball committee chairperson was recognised for her services to netball at the league's awards night on Monday at the Warrnambool Greyhound Racing Club.
"My dad was secretary and president of the Kyabram District Football League and I was taught to do netball and football results on a Saturday night," she said.
"I've taken it over after him and that's where I got my passion.
"He taught me netball and I've loved the football role as well."
Murphy said it was an honour to receive her life membership.
"It's a great achievement," she said.
"I'm pretty pumped to get one."
Murphy said she was enjoying her first year as chairperson of the WDFNL netball committee.
"My first year has been fantastic," she said.
"But I can't do it without my committee members."
She said there were nine women on the committee.
Before joining the committee, Murphy had long been involved at Allansford Football Netball Club.
She coached, was team manager and spent years as the club's netball coordinator.
Murphy said she had to step away from Allansford to take her position on the WDFNL netball committee.
Nirranda centre Anna Archie, who received 27 votes, took out the Wilma Wallace Medal as the A grade best and fairest on Monday night.
Old Collegians midcourter Rachel Alderson was runner up with 19 votes.
The Logie Watson Volunteer of the Year award went to East Warrnambool's Ian 'Wally' Walters.
He taught me netball and I've loved the football role as well.Kylie Murphy
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