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Redland defender Adrian Williams has been rewarded for his outstanding season by winning the club’s Best and Fairest award, the Dowling Medal at the Bombers Awards Night staged on Friday night

Williams (112 votes) took the lead in round 12 and was never headed polling in 12 games to win from Clay Cameron (74) with 2016 NEAFL Rising Star Hayden Bertoli-Simmonds (57) in third place

Key forward Jackson Paine (53) and Jack Rolls (44) rounded out the top five.

By JEFF STEPHENSON

IF ever there has been a player who owns the title Mr Smooth look no further than our own classy Peter Yagmoor, whose left-foot and precise decision-making is beyond reproach in the NEAFL.

The talented Bomber is the very epitome of the worldly traveller, yet at the still tender age of 23, he has plenty of rough and tumble, exciting and action-packed footballing adventures ahead of him.

It’s a judgemental statement, to be sure, but I’ll stick my neck out and declare there hasn’t been a better kick in the seven-year history of the NEAFL.

By JEFF STEPHENSON

THERE was a time during the opening stages of this NEAFL season when Hayden Bertoli-Simmonds felt he was personally responsible for the Bombers’ frustrating and at times devastating start when the club put together a horrendous run of five successive losses.

He had just been appointed Redlands’ captain and like the rest of the playing group was looking to 2017 with a controlled sense of confidence and hearty anticipation.

Those early season road bumps hit hard – very hard.

Paul’s campaign against senseless youth violence wins backing of Redland Bombers

Report: Jeff Stephenson

PAUL Stanley has spent the best part of 10 years trying to get his message across to thousands of Queensland teenagers the devastation that can result from youth violence and the overbearing grief one punch can bring.

It has become his reason for being.

The programs he has fronted and the hundreds of talks he gives around the State impress upon Year 12 students the notion of non-violence and youthful respect among young people.

Join us on Saturday 19th August 2017 at Tidbold Park for our last home game, Redland Football Club v Sydney Uni  at 12pm .

From 3pm join us in the function room at the Victoria Point Sharks Sporting Club and be part of our

$10,000 Draw 2017 "Denim and Diamond Cocktail Party".

Enjoy music from our live band "4Play", drink specials, nibbles and of course a chance to win a cash prizes in our $10,000 cash draw.

Only 300 tickets for sale and your ticket will be in every draw. Tickets are $100 each

 

1st Prize $5000 cash

Hello Darlings,

Please call now to book for our 2017 “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, on Thursday 24th August 2017. Tickets $35 each.

Featuring: Libby Trickett  the four-time Olympic Swimming Gold Medalist. Libby has recently taken on a new challenge as an announcer on The Luke Bradnam Show with Libby Trickett & Dobbo which broadcasts on 104.5 Triple M & 92.5 Gold FM every weekday afternoon.

Report: Jeff Stephenson

TWO kicks. That’s all it took. From when Peter Yagmoor barrelled a ripper 70-metre torpedo from full-back at the Gabba on Sunday with no apparent effort; to when Aaron Christensen grabbed possession, messed up his handball, re-gathered and goaled from 45-metres on an acute angle.

It was as classic a piece of Australian football as you could hope to see.

THE annual Harry Woodrow Memorial Golf Day has been held at Redland Bay Golf Club with a maximum field of 140 players and an enticing prize at the tough 13th hole that almost went the way of exciting Bombers’ footballer Campbell Walker.

The prize – a luxurious Volkswagen V6 Amarok – meant every player really put his head down on the tee in a bid to pull off the much-sought hole-in-one.