Bailey wins Trood Award
Morwell on baller Adam Bailey was a popular winner of the 2014 Trood Award and Rodda Medal as Gippsland League senior best and fairest at Wednesday night''s vote count at Morwell Bowling Club.
The 29 year old was not even planning to attend the count and could hardly believe it as he polled 20 votes in the first 16 rounds and held "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" on to win, three clear of Wonthaggi Power ruckman Earl Shaw and fast finishing Moe half back Lloyd Williams, who polled six votes in the final "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" two rounds.
Bailey, who notched his 200th game for the Tigers earlier this season, is in his 17th season at the club and polled votes in nine of 18 games, including four best on grounds three in a row between rounds 4 6.
Reigning best and fairest Kelvin Porter of Maffra finished equal fourth with 15 votes, alongside Bailey''s Morwell teammate Joel Soutar.
A member of Morwell''s leadership group and former assistant coach, Bailey was part of last year "Oxandrolone Powder India" premiership team and said he hoped to add a second flag to his collection when his Tigers take on the Power in Saturday''s Cabinet Connections grand final.
Wonthaggi Tom Wells scooped the "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" Rex Hartley Medal as reserves best and fairest, finishing one vote clear of Moe William Dow and Maffra Jeremy Jones.
Traralgon Masteron E 200 centre Stacey O won the A grade netball best and fairest award.
Lisa Shields won the B grade medal and Traralgon Keely Bourke took home the C grade prize.
Karen Proctor was awarded life membership and had the Oral Steroids Side Effects In Babies C grade best and fairest medal named in her honour for her long term and ongoing contribution to Drouin 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Football Netball Club, Gippsland League and netball throughout the region.2014 GIPPSLAND LEAGUE AWARD WINNERS
Trood Award Primobolan Y Dianabol and Rodda Medal (seniors): Adam Bailey (Morwell)
Rex Hartley Medal (reserves): Tom Wells (Wonthaggi Power)
Joe Hutchison Medal (A grade): Stacey O (Traralgon)
Dawn Pearce Medal (B grade): Lisa Shields (Moe)
Karen Proctor Medal (C grade): Keely Bourke (Traralgon)
B: Shane Fyfe (Sale), Andrew Quirk (Sale), Tom Hutton (Morwell)
HB: Justin McLay (Sale), Andrew Nelson (Bairnsdale), Byron Dryden (Wonthaggi Power)
C: Tom Marriott (Leongatha), Aaron Ware (Wonthaggi Power), Kelvin Porter (Maffra)
HF: Mick Geary (Traralgon), James Gibbs (Bairnsdale), Tim Northe (Traralgon)
F: Nick Nagel (Leongatha), Darren Sheen (Maffra), Joel Soutar (Morwell)
Ruck: Earl Shaw (Wonthaggi Power), Adam Bailey (Morwell), James Blaser (Moe)
I/C: Jack Blair (Wonthaggi Power), Brad Scalzo (Warragul), Josh Jennings (Traralgon), Jack Lipman (Sale)