KALKEE Football Netball Club’s senior best and fairest vote count went down to the wire, with Steve Schultz winning by one vote over Josh Mibus.
The count came down to votes awarded during the Horsham District Football League grand final.
Schultz finished with 100 votes to claim the club’s top honour, with Mibus picking up 99.
Oliver Young polled 90 votes to win the rising star award.
Young gun Stevie Bibby had a top night, taking out both the A Grade and 17 and under best and fairest awards.
Coach Paula Wiedermann was awarded runner-up honours in A Grade.
The reserves best and fairest count was also a close affair, going down to the final match of the year.
Matt Nield held on to win on 62 votes ahead of Adam Atwood on 60 votes.
Kalkee’s best club person award went to Ashley Purdue for volunteer work in many areas, including junior football training, scoreboard attendant and cooking barbecues on Thursday nights.
2013 best and fairest results
Seniors: Best and fairest, Steve Schultz; runner-up best and fairest, Josh Mibus; most consistent, Tim Wade; most serviceable, Adam Carter; most improved, Jake Hobbs; rising star award, Oliver Young; leading goalkicker, Josh Beddison, 94 goals; coaches award, Sam Jasper.
Reserves: Best and fairest, Matt Nield; runner-up best and fairest: Adam Atwood; most consistent, Jamie Nield; most serviceable, Matt Hobbs; best first-year player, Jack Anders; leading goalkicker, Tyler McRae, 69 goals; coaches award, Liam Niewand.
Under 17s: Best and fairest: Sam Anders; runner-up best and fairest, Karl Schmidt; most consistent, Kane Bolwell; most improved, Carl Gasparini.
Under 14s: Best and fairest: Jasper Gunn; runner-up best and fairest, Oliver Timms; most consistent: Brody Hudson; most determined: Seb Relouw; coaches award, Jake Mills.
A Grade: Best and fairest, Stevie Bibby; first runner-up, Paula Wiedermann; second runner-up: Fiona Jasper.
B Grade: Best and fairest, Mel Schultz; first runner-up, Millie McRae; second runner-up, Claire McGennisken.
C Grade: Best and fairest, Penni Abbott; first runner-up, Tegan Wade; second runner-up, Sarah Schnaars.
17 and under: Best and fairest, Stevie Bibby; first runner-up, Keeley Purdue; second runner-up, Jessie Breuer; spirit award, Montana Ledgar.
15 and under: Best and fairest, Ellie Breuer; first runner-up: Aily McAuliffe; second runner-up, Abbey Hobbs; spirit award, Kaylee Schmidt.
13 and under: Best and fairest, Tara Jasper; first runner-up, Jordie McAuliffe; second runner-up, Tahlia Dufty; spirit award, Mya Jones.