After wrapping up the 2017-18 season with two close finals matches, the best Maryborough Blazers players were recognised at the club’s best and fairest awards earlier this month.
Brady Neill took out his fourth John Stringer best and fairest award after a strong season of play.
He was first in average points scored per game with 21.73 and second in match points for the season with 239.
He also made a significant achievement in the league awards, claiming the best and fairest runner-up.
The Lady Blazers’ Tori Chandler took out the club best and fairest after featuring as one of the side’s strongest players throughout the season.
She was second in both average points per match and season points, scoring 16 and 160 respectively, and finished fifth in the league best and fairest.
In other club awards, Chloe Egan scored the coaches trophy, while Tom Hurse was the most improved.
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