OvensMurrayFNl22 squarev2Match Preview | A massive day looms at the Lavington Sportsground for the 2023 grand finals in the SS&A OMFNL, with the weather forecast close to perfection, with a sunny 22 degrees forecasted.

Grand Final week swung into action on Monday evening with the Morris and Wilson Medal presentation evening at the SS & A club in front of 270 attendees.

The Toni Wilson Medal was shared by Sophie Hanrahan (Myrtleford) and Lavington’s Maddi Lloyd who both finished on 19 votes.

For Hanrahan who did not play in the final four rounds, it was her third Wilson medal and for Lloyd, it was her second league best and fairest triumph.

Yarrawonga goal shooter Sarah Moore was third on 17 votes, one clear of Panthers defender Tayla Furborough with Emily Browne (North Albury) & Emily Stewart (Raiders) both on 14 votes.

Wodonga’s Chloe Locke took out the B Grade Best & Fairest on 17 votes with an incredible four players equal runner-up on 13 votes.

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