ASH Clugston capped off a successful return to Dimboola by winning the club’s senior football best and fairest.
Clugston won the award with 49 votes, with Daniel Baker, 32 and Hamish Exell, 22, rounding out the placings.
The half-forward flanker also won the life members’ best player award.
He played 15 home-and-away matches, booted 62 goals and was named in the Roos’ best eight times.
Exell was named most consistent, with brother Lachie winning the goal-kicking after scoring 79 majors. Lachie also won best finals player.
Siblings Oliver and Elliot Braithwaite won most determined and most improved respectively.
Jayden Lehmann took out the coaches award and Jayden Kuhne the Anson rising star.
Nigel Sibson was named the most dedicated player and Howard Russell was best clubman.
Jackson O’Neill added a club reserves best and fairest to go with the league award he won last month.
O’Neill polled 52 votes, despite only playing half of the season in the reserves.
He also took out the reserves’ best clubman award.
Elliot Braithwaite was runner-up on 21 votes and Isaac Eldridge was third on 20. Grace Braithwaite, 38 votes, topped the A Grade netball voting after edging out Katie Ruwoldt, 34, Tahlia Williams, 31, and Brooke Pickert, 31.
Pickert was deemed the most consistent, with Stephanie Miller the rising star.
The B and C Grade best and fairests also went down to the wire, with Elle Barber and Jenna Seers winning their respective grades.
Kellie Laverty was three votes behind Barber in the B Grade and Zoe Wollerman missed out by two votes in the C Grade.
Laverty didn’t go home empty-handed after winning the best clubperson award.
Tim Walker won the under-17s best and fairest from Michael Pohlner, while Peter Wren pipped Sam Polack in the under-14s.
Billie-Jo Barber added another trophy to her collection, winning the club and league best and fairest in 17-and-under netball, with Megan Prior in second place.
Olivia Jorgensen and Rianna Kuhne won the 15-and-under and 13-and-under netball counts respectively, with Remi Kuhne and Nicole Polycarpou the runners up.