JOHN Delahunty won his second Wimmera Football League A.V. McIntyre Medal in three seasons at Minyip-Murtoa’s best and fairest count.
Delahunty, who returned to the Burras in 2013 after a season with Victorian Amateur Football Association side University Black, edged out defender Zac Cross.
Third place and most consistent honours went to young gun Kade Petering.
Declan Foott won the best first-year player.
Karl Campbell and Blake Young were joint most improved winners, while Matthew Friedlieb won the coaches award.
Brayden Ison took home the leading goal-kicker trophy after booting 43 goals in 16 home and away matches.
Brent Hudson won the reserves best and fairest honour from David Byrne.
Hudson finished second in the league’s best and fairest last month.
Best club person went to Natasha Pietsch.
Laura Delahunty capped off a consistent season on the court by winning the A Grade netball best and fairest award, while Tegan Kerrins came second.
Lauren Hotker nabbed the incentive award.
Kristin Starick won best and fairest in the B Grade competition from Justine Crabtree.
Glenda Newell topped the C Grade voting, while Julie Delahunty finished runner-up.
Best netball club person went to Cathie Weidemann.
League best and fairest runner-up Jack Boschen went one better in the Burras’ under-17 vote count, while Brylie Cameron and Adam Schache were joint runners-up. Sid Hernon was named best in finals action.
Jake Ballagh and Joshua Boak finished first and second respectively in the under-14 best and fairest.
Claudia Schodde was the 17-and-under netball competition’s best and fairest from Dannae Woolman.
15 and under A and B winners were Alyce Campbell and Esther Craig, while Brooke Crabtree and Montana Petering finished runners-up in their respective grades.
Eadie Garth-Lindsay won the 13 and under honours, while Courtney Campbell came second.