Lavington's Tayla Furborough claimed her second league medal when she was crowned the Ovens and Murray League's B-grade best and fairest winner last night.
Furborough, who also assisted the Panthers' A-grade side this season, received 25 votes to overcome runner-up Julia Clarke (14) of Wodonga Raiders.
The versatile Panther played roles in both goals and defence and polled three votes on eight occasions.
"I wasn't sure how it would go with me playing A and B-grade, but it was so exciting," Furborough said.
She is a previous under-16s best and fairest winner after claiming the prize in 2014.
Yarrawonga's Caitlin O'Dwyer and Corowa-Rutherglen's Zali Spencer both received 13 votes to tie for third place.
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It was a nail-biting finish in the C-grade count, with Kara O'Donohue of Wangaratta Rovers overcoming Corowa-Rutherglen's Rebecca Kuschert by just one vote.
The Rovers talented goal shooter polled on nine occasions throughout the 14-game season to rack up a total of 22 votes.
Wodonga Raiders Kytlee Willis rounded out the netball best and fairest winners to take out the first under-17s trophy.
Willis received a total of 26 votes, with Rovers Billie Stemmer (17) following.
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