Former Assumption Collegian Daniel Anglin is Prahran Assumption Basil Cleary Best & Fairest for 2014.
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Anglin defeated first season player Trent Rogers in a tight vote count held at Toorak Park's Charles Lux Pavilion on Friday September 24.A hard working mid-fielder, Anglin is a consistent ball winner and noted for his tackling prowess.
He also won a best and fairest at Assumption and was a key player in the club's 2012-2013 finals campaigns.
Reserves best and fairest was shared by captain-coach Josh 'Cookie' Ancrum and Tim Webb, also a former Assumption student.
Retiring coach Ash Mills is likely to stay involved at the club in some capacity despite taking an assistant role at Western Jets.
Luke Egan is the new coach for 2015 and is assembling his assistants.
Andy Saunders was voted Len Reed Memorial best clubman of the year for his tireless efforts in a range of roles from goal umpiring, bar duties to collating players subs.
The Charles Lux Pavilion was transformed into a classy function centre for the presentation night thanks to general manager Steve Zayler and his band of helpers.
The Prahran netball team, in their first year, were presented with pendants to mark their foundation season.
Basil Cleary Medal and Sir Rupert Steele Trophy Best & Fairest: Daniel Anglin
Runner-up: Trent Rogers
Hawkins-Smith Leading Goalkicker: John Robbins 43
Alf Blamey Players Player: Trent Rogers
Coaches award: Jon Simonetta
Most consistent: Liam Hunt
Best and Fairest: Josh Ancrum and Tim Webb
Leading goal kicker: Jon Rice 40
Coaches award: Ash Forbes
Players Player: Aran O'Hare
Most improved: Ed Delahenty
Best finals player: Brent Kenny
150 senior games Jack Matherson
100 senior games Paul Donahoo
100 club games Matt Laverty
100 club games Michael Radywonik
100 club games Brent Field
100 club games Aran O'Hare
Best and Fairest: Nick Gouin
Runner-up: Pat O'Conner
Goal Kicking: Miles Myers 31
Coaches Award: Michael Slaven
Most Improved: John Corrigan
Len Reed Memorial Best Clubman: