Griffith Swans were well represented in the top five of the lower grades of the Riverina Football Netball League competitions as the awards week came to a conclusion on Friday night.
Having already had a winner in Georgia Fuller as coach of the year in the netball competition on Monday and four players named in the team of the seasons for both football and netball, the good fortunes continued on the final night.
Following a strong season in the C grade competition, Katie Mason finished fourth with 19 votes after helping the Swans finish fifth.
After the B grade side finished in a three-way tie for second, it is no surprise to see that Charlee King polled well with 24 votes to finish just four votes behind eventual winner, Leeton-Whitton's Elish Mordon.
A reserve finished the regular season in third, and it was a close-run battle for the winner of the best and fairest. Madeleine Testoni finished in third and was only three votes behind winner Kasey Aliendi from the Crows.
The biggest winner of the night came from the reserve grade competition.
Having helped the Swans finishes in equal second when the season was put on hold and eventually cancelled, but the winner in the best and fairest was clear.
Dean Schmetzer polled a massive 32 points, meaning he averaged just over 2 points per game and took out Frank Gaynor medal by a margin of 18 points.
Nathan Richards was the best polling first-grader in the Jim Quinn Medal with nine votes, with Jack Rowston, Kahlan Spencer and Taine Moraschi all picking up four votes each.
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