Meg Bown Claims U17 Girl's B&F

Meg Bown - 2021 U17's Girl's Best & Fairest
Meg Bown - 2021 U17's Girl's Best & Fairest  

Malvern's Meg Bown (16 votes) claims the U17 Girl’s Best and Fairest by one vote from Williamstown’s Marley Dawson and Miriam Suares-Jury a further vote behind. Meg was voted in 7 games claiming Best on Ground in 5 of those. Marlee and Miriam both had consistent seasons voting in 8 and 7 games respectively.

Growing up in a lacrosse family, Meg started playing at a young age. She has played lacrosse at all levels of juniors including several State representative Teams:

  • U18 Victoria Team in 2019 and selection in 2020
  • U15 Nationals:  2019 Fire Team Co-Captain.  Fire won the National Championship.
  • U15 Nationals:  2018 Fire Team
  • U15 Nationals:  2017 Ice Team

Meg has worked hard both on and off the field, so it’s great to see this hard work being rewarded. Meg is a high-level player who is always positive on and off the field and constantly strives to bring her teammates into the game. During the 2021 season Meg has not only played U17 Girl’s, but she has also been an integral part if the Malvern’s A Grade Team this season, whilst also playing a number of State League games.

The Top Ten Placegetters are:

 

1st Meg

Bown - 19 votes

Camberwell/Caulfield/Malvern

2nd Marley

Dawson - 18 votes

Williamstown

3rd Miriam

Suares-Jury - 17 votes

Williamstown

4th Abbey

Burns - 13 votes

Newport

5th Ebony

Norman - 12 votes

Footscray

6th Abbie

Yu - 9 votes

Footscray

7th Gracie

Lourey - 8 votes

Brunswick

8th Isabelle

Beard - 7 votes

Newport

9th Trinity

Meachem - 6 votes

Camberwell/Caulfield/Malvern

= 10th Jessica

Stone - 5 votes

Newport

= 10th Lily

Harris - 5 votes

Eltham/Surrey

 

 

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