STAWELL co-captain Tom Eckel continued his rapid rise on the football field by winning the Warriors’ senior best and fairest award.
Eckel had a 14-vote lead by round 11 and never looked back, coming home with a wet sail to win by 30 votes.
He finished with 83 votes, while ball magnet Zac Marrow, 53, and big man Shane Field, 32, finished second and third respectively.
Field also won the most consistent award, while Scott Rathgeber took home most improved.
Shaun Ellis and Jackson Dark were joint coaches award recipients, with co-captain Todd Matthews, 37 goals, the leading goal-kicker.
Midcourt star Jemma Clarkson capped off a stellar season by winning Stawell’s A Grade netball best and fairest title.
Clarkson, 49 votes, won by eight votes from defender Emma Henry, 41 votes, while Grace Jensz rounded out the placings on 26 votes.
Ellen Williams won the coaches award.
Veteran Marc Brilliant won the reserves best and fairest title from John Pollock and Sam Williams took out the coaches award.
Williams also won the under-17 best and fairest, with Jarrod Illig in second spot.
Jack Walker topped the under-14 voting and Jesse Portelli and Ben Leong were joint runners-up.
B Grade best and fairest honours went to Erin Freeland, while Jaiden Bach finished runner-up and Madi Cross netted the coaches award trophy.
Amelia Pollock edged out Bethany Griffiths in the C Grade honours and Lauren Farrer got the coaches award.
Emma Dwyer was recognised with the under-18 encouragement award.
Courtney McIlvride won the 17 and under best and fairest title, beating second placed Meg Walker.
Kirby Griffiths and Kimberly Blake were 15 and under A and B winners respectively from Jordan Austin and Sophie Barber.
Eliza Bennett won the 13 and under best and fairest award from Daisy Walker.