Swan, Demon share lead in netball MVP race

Otway Districts’ Candi Robbins, left, and Alvie’s Chelsea Hillman share the lead in the Colac Herald’s Riordan Fuels MVP race.

Alvie netball recruit Chelsea Hillman has been quick to make an impact at her new club, sharing the lead in the Colac district league’s MVP race after five rounds.

Hillman is tied with Otway Districts coach Candi Robbins on 13 votes for the Colac Herald’s Riordan Fuels MVP, which is voted on by opposition coaches.

Both players earned two votes in their teams’ wins on the weekend; the Demons defeated Lorne, while the Swans downed Colac Imperials.

Birregurra defender Tess Blake, 12, South Colac’s Ally Harrington and Western Eagles’ Hayley Foster, 11, round out the top five.

Meanwhile, Colac Imperials’ Bailey Scott remains in the lead in the football MVP race despite failing to score the maximum three votes for the first time this season. Scott polled two votes in the Imps’ win over Alvie.

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