Adam Pedron won the 2016 John Whitehouse medal as the Uni Whites celebrated the end of their season.
Pedron also won the B team Best and Fairest, while Courtney Davis received the first team’s most coveted award.
Nick Schultz was the C team best and fairest and Sam Burt was the D team’s most valuable player this year.
Gollie. It was almost Ollie. Again.
Ollie Smith was again favourite to win the medal for the third year in a row, but Pedron took the honours, receiving the most best and fairest votes across all of the Uni Whites teams.
The John Whitehouse medal is the player, from any Uni Whites team, who has accrued the most referee votes throughout the season.
A message from the Whites
A massive thanks this year to all of the players, coaches, committee members, supporters and sponsors. We go again next season!
Melissa Bock and Kevin Bock, thank you for your support of the years. This year wasn’t the same without you both around. Our hearts are with your health Mel.
Kevin Doan, the boys have been extremely appreciative of the support you’ve given us with your physio expertise. We look forward to continuing on and improving upon the foundations we laid this year. Thanks mate!
And a big thank you to The Hackney and Cerbis Ceramics for your sponsorship support, enabling us to do the things we want to do.
Images courtesy of Las Comms