When you think about current goal shooters in the O and M, Grace Senior is a name that will pop up often.
And after a 59 goal performance against Myrtleford last weekend, you can see why.
Dynamite in the ring, the young shooter's accuracy was at 81 percent in the round six clash when she posted the most goals shot in a game by an A-grade player this season.
But 59 goals is still a bit off the most ever shot in the competition, with Steph Elliot (Tyrell) shooting 73 in a game for Yarrawonga and Rebecca Cameron posting 71 for Wodonga.
Senior's efforts haven't gone unrewarded, with the shooter selected to represent the league this weekend.
"Her accuracy is phenomenal," Roos coach Georgie Bruce said.
"To be able to shoot 59 goals, it wouldn't matter what club you play for, goalies out there would admire her efforts."
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Senior will be joined in goals this weekend by Wangaratta premiership player Amanda Umanski, while fellow Roos teammate Sophie Hanrahan will line-up in defence.
"It's nice to be able to give back to a league that has supported us so well," Bruce said.
"To be picked to represent the O and M is a proud moment, not only for them and their families, but for our club and the recognition of the wonderful players we have in the competition."
The combination of Senior and Jessica Bice in the ring is proving effective for the Roos, who alongside Lavington, are still undefeated so far this season.
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