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Ben named 2012's best

Ben Reuter claimed the Best and Fairest trophy at the Toowoomba Clydesdales presentation night.
Ben Reuter claimed the Best and Fairest trophy at the Toowoomba Clydesdales presentation night. Contributed

THE Toowoomba Clydesdales presentation night was held last Friday night at Gold Park.

Ben Reuter, the inaugural captain of the under-20s, was presented with the Best and Fairest trophy for his team.

Clydesdales came seventh in the FOGS Colts Competition, winning their last six games in a row.

Ben also had the honour of being announced 2012 Clydesdales Player of the Year.

This is a terrific achievement by Ben, and the club hopes his good form continues into next year.

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