Greater Western Sydney's first
access to top talent from the Riverina looks set to continue, with the leading player in the division two under-16 championships attached to the Giants academy.
Charlie Spargo, the son of former North Melbourne and Brisbane Bears player Paul, claimed the Alan McLean Medal as the best player for the division two carnival after an exciting week for NSW-ACT.
The Albury midfielder played just two of the Rams' three games last week but had a huge impact, collecting 36 disposals, laying 10 tackles and kicking three goals in the opening match against Tasmania.
The 171cm prospect backed it up with 22 touches and two goals in his team's round two win over the Northern Territory, before sitting out the final round against Queensland with a quad injury.
"He was just such a busy player around every stoppage, was full of life around the ball and had that burst of speed away," said national talent manager Kevin Sheehan.
"He was a leader and dominator out there on the field in both his games and read it so well. Size just won't beat him, because he won the ball virtually in every situation from the start."