WYCHEPROOF-Narraport's Corey Jones was crowned J.J. Feeny Medallist at the North Central Football League vote count on Wednesday night.
The former North Melbourne player took out the league's top honour after polling 24 votes in 10 matches, which included five best-on-grounds.
Jones finished seven votes clear of his nearest rival, St Arnaud playing-coach James McNamee, who was awarded the Keith Chalmers Memorial trophy.
Wedderburn defender Rohan McHugh and Saints excitement-machine Ross Tungatalum were equal-third on 13 votes apiece.
Gun Redbacks forward Sam Barnes stormed home to win the Richmond Family Trophy senior goal-kicking award with 59 majors.
Barnes finished five clear of Jones after booting 15 goals against Birchip-Watchem in the final home and away round at the weekend.
Jones was the joint winner of the Club Presidents Award with Bull Zac Holmes.
Both players received 27 votes five ahead of McNamee.
St Arnaud's Liam Cunningham claimed the Maurie Morgan Medal rookie of the year award.
The Champion Club Award went to St Arnaud and Charlton took out Most Disciplined Club.
In the reserves, Saints playing-coach Beau Knight won the James and Jenny Goldsmith Best and Fairest Trophy.
The smart outside-midfielder finished on 22 votes two clear of Wedderburn ball-magnet Clinton Turnbull.
Donald's Lachie Jones topped the reserves goal-kicking with 100 goals.
Fifteen-year-old St Arnaud player Jordan Harris won the under-16 competition's top honour.
Harris collected the Jeff Guild Best and Fairest trophy after polling 30 votes, which included eight three-vote hauls.
Birchip-Watchem's Sean Hogan won the Andy Kennedy Memorial Award and Best Team Player Award, with Wedderburn's Kyle Wright the leading goal-kicker on 51 goals.
Former St Arnaud and Richmond footballer Jim Jess was the guest speaker on the night and shared stories from his illustrious career.
Jess was a member of the North Central-Mallee Football League Caltex Cup triumph in 1974, before playing 223 games for the Tigers.