After heading over to Group Nine for 2020 to give their junior sides the chance to continue to play competitive football, Yenda Blueheelers rewarded their best performers at their presentation night.
The under 16s enjoyed a strong season which saw them finish the regular season in second position after only dropping three points with a loss to Junee and a draw with Tumut.
Unfortunately fell in straight sets with defeats to Junee and Gundagai to fall just short of a grand final appearance for the first time in three seasons.
It was a tough start to their excursion to the Group Nine competition for the under 18s side with a couple of close losses before they were finally able to open their account in round five.
From that point onwards the Blueheelers picked up two wins and two narrow defeats to finish the season just outside the top five to see the club miss out on a finals appearance in a number of seasons.
Best and Fairest: Elvis Nauer
Best forward: Bodean Tereva
Best Back: Daniel Parisotto
Coach's Award: Sam Burley
Best and Fairest: Deakin Bright
Best forward: Seth Robins
Best Back: Harrison Rudd
Coach's Award: Michael Asomua