Milan Jaggi wins Southern Districts Junior Football Association under-14s, Cats win Proudies Round

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Under-14 Fairest & Best Milan Jaggi with runner up Harvey Taylor and Mitchell Paine in third.
Camera IconUnder-14 Fairest & Best Milan Jaggi with runner up Harvey Taylor and Mitchell Paine in third. Credit: Lisa Gwynn

Milan Jaggi capped off a stellar season in the Southern Districts Junior Football Association under-14s competition by taking out the fairest and best award last Saturday.

Jaggi polled 20 votes to edge out Swans’ Harvey Taylor on 17 votes while Mitchell Paine from Power rounded out the podium on 16 votes.

Southern Districts Junior Football Association under-14s award winners with junior co-ordinator Darrell Panizza and president Mel Sulzberger.
Camera IconSouthern Districts Junior Football Association under-14s award winners with junior co-ordinator Darrell Panizza and president Mel Sulzberger. Credit: Lisa Gwynn

Roos forward Kaidyn Ham took out the goal kicking award after booting 24 goals ahead of Swans’ Geoffrey Wynne on 20 and Nate Cronin from Mt Barker with 18.

Bulls’ Jacob Sadler was a commanding winner of the junior award with 15 votes.

Rob Daniels, best umpire Angus Bowles, umpire co-ordinator Darren Bennett, and rookie umpire of the year Davey Wignall.
Camera IconRob Daniels, best umpire Angus Bowles, umpire co-ordinator Darren Bennett, and rookie umpire of the year Davey Wignall. Credit: Lisa Gwynn

Angus Bowles was awarded the Daniels Brothers Perpetual Trophy as the best umpire while Davey Wignall was the Rookie Umpire of the Year.

Long-time SDJFA volunteer Michael O’Dea was awarded life membership by Gavin Jackman (life member 2019) and Murray Anning (life member 2017).

Fellow life members Brett Turpin and Adam Powell were also in attendance.

Cats won the annual Proudies Round.
Camera IconCats won the annual Proudies Round. Credit: Lisa Gwynn

Year 4 teams from Albany, Denmark and Mt Barker attended the annual end of season round robin, Proudies Round.

All money raised went to Proudies Foundation to help Warrick Proudlove with his ongoing treatment.

Andrew McGovern attended to present the winning shield to Cats coached by Matt Taylor and Lockie Cameron.

Andrew McGovern and junior coordinator Darrell Panizza.
Camera IconAndrew McGovern and junior coordinator Darrell Panizza. Credit: Lisa Gwynn

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