2017 NRFC B&F Awards

Aaron Fenton’s hard work on and off the field were rewarded when he won The Badrock Family Trophy for the Best And Fairest Senior Player at Presentation Night. The amazing mid-fielder is an absolute tackling machine and a brilliant footballer to boot.

The mercurial Tim Jones came a very close second in a season where he managed to get away from the half-back line and into the mid-field where he was able to show his versatility.

Tough mid-fielder Aaron Johns took out third B&F in his first year with the Saints, proving his value to the Club.

Award details:


Badrock Family Trophy – Senior Best And Fairest: Aaron Fenton

Second Best And Fairest – Seniors: Tim Jones

Third Best And Fairest – Seniors: Aaron Johns

Coach’s Award: Sam Whelan

Most Improved: Matt Payne

Players Choice: Michael Locco

Des Ryan Trophy – Young home-grown player to establish themselves in Seniors: Cam Shield

Wayne Bradshaw Trophy – Most Determined: Matt Payne

Brite Sparx Award – Leading Goalkicker: Charlie Haley

Best Clubperson: Jamie Roberts



Reserves Best And Fairest: Josh Barker

Runner-Up: Liam Marshall

Equal Third: Jake Tyler and Dan Cox

Coach’s Award: Simon Gray

Leading Goalkicker: Darcy Price


Under 19s:

Nick Dodd Trophy – Under 19s Best And Fairest: Bailey Marshall

Runner-Up: Darcy Harris

Most Improved: Ash Goldsmith

Best First Year Player: Bradley Whelan

Best Team Player: Prahn Nicholson