THE Grand Hotel took on a different atmosphere when it played host to the Bega Roosters Rugby League Football Club presentation on Saturday.
The dining room had been overrun by an eager team of Bega Chicks who decorated the room very elegantly for the night.
Players and supporters turned out in their droves to celebrate the Bega club’s night of nights.
Everyone dressed up for the affair, with gents in suits and the ladies frocked up to impress.
First grade co-coach Ryan Apps congratulated everyone on “looking their best” saying it was good to “bring a bit of culture back in the club”.
History was made on the night as Tegan Mundy was named as the first female winner of the Phil Ringland Memorial club person player of the year.
Mundy was a big winner on the night, also picking up the coaches award for her league-tag efforts and the top try scorer for the season.
Meanwhile, Hayden Parbery and Adam Lucas were among the big winners for the men.
Lucas took out the club’s junior representative trophy as well as the coveted John Ahkin Memorial rookie of the year title.
Parbery took the honours in the first grade best and fairest and the club’s Diversi Shield award.
To round out the presentations the premiership winning Bega Chicks were awarded their 2013 jackets by coach Andrew Badullovich.
After the formalities everyone enjoyed some dessert and danced the night away.