KEY forward Peter Weir won his first Brennan Medal at the Warrack Eagles best and fairest presentation night.
Weir, who had finished second the past two seasons, polled 65 votes to easily account for team-mates Ben Spicer, 37 votes, and Jarred Martin, 21.
It was a memorable season for Weir, booting 55 goals in 18 matches.
He also won best finals player.
The most consistent honours went to Jake Cheney, while Phil Huebner won most determined.
Brock Orval was the best under-21 player and Dale Hinkley won best first-year player.
Former president David Stewart was rewarded for his hours of hard work by winning the Neville Marshman Memorial best club person award.
Midcourt player Sarah Spicer won her sixth Claire Notting Medal for A Grade’s best and fairest player with 24 votes, finishing five votes clear of younger sister Emma Koschitzke.
Koschitzke claimed the coaches award.
Kerry Schultz, who was named best finals player, rounded out the top three with 17 votes.
Ruckman Dean Gunn won the Bluey Clayton Memorial reserves best and fairest with 54 votes.
Zane Jess and Brad Atkin were joint runners-up on 32 votes.
Courtney Leith topped the B Grade netball voting, with Leigh-Anne Bibby the runner-up.
C Grade honours went to Renae Nurse, with Morgan Clayton finishing in second place.
Jordan Taylor was the under-17 best and fairest winner from Aaron Watts.
Charlie Wilson won the under-14 honours, while Dustin Okely was named runner-up.
Sarah Marchment topped the 17 and under competition, while Maddie Okely was not far behind.
15 and under A and B winners were Kiani Stewart and Jessie Koschitzke, winning their respective awards from Tayla Leith and Taneisha Cooper.
Emma Tarren won the 13 and under’s top honour from Kiarna Taylor.
Leigh-Anne Bibby, Steven Murphy, Mick Evans, Scott Stewart and Clint Jonasson all joined the 300 club, earning life memberships.