HARD-NOSED utility Mathew Jones was recognised for his stellar season by winning the Nhill Tigers senior best and fairest honour.
Jones played all 16 home and away matches and was named in the Tigers’ best 10 times, along with kicking 11 goals.
He beat last season’s co-caretaker coach Simon Brearley, who was also runner-up in the league best and fairest last month.
Melbourne-based ruckman Will Oakley won the most consistent award, with young gun Nathan Devanny taking out best first year player honours.
Josh Jarred and Ryan Fischer were joint coaches award winners.
Sisters Paige and Brooke Marra were first and second respectively in the A Grade netball best and fairest.
Most consistent went to Emma Dickinson, while Meg Sampson took out the coaches award.
Aaron Cramer and Tom Crowhurst were tied at the end of the reserves best and fairest, with veteran Graeme Cole the runner-up.
B Grade netball honours went to Rochelle James, who edged out Emma Geyer.
Kimberley Philip took out the C Grade best and fairest honours from Kristy Nottle.
Jake McQueen topped the under-17 football voting, with Lochie Pilgrim in second spot.
Under-14 honours went to Harry Wheaton, ahead of Louis Preston.
Marli Clark was named 17 and under netball best and fairest from Ashley Davis.
Maddison Marra and Shae-Lea Fischer won the 15 and under A and B best and fairest honours from Millie McIllree and Jaleah Clark respectively.
Tessa Marra was named 13 and under best and fairest, while Tarnee White finished in second spot. The sporting club also had best and fairest awards for its hockey players.
Mont Miller won the men’s Rangers best and fairest from Talor Dent.
Most consistent went to Grady Janetzki, coaches award to Grady Dent and best team member to Trevor James.
Women’s Thunderbirds honours went to Emma Janetzki, with Lauren Bendall second.
Lochie Wilde won the junior Leopards best and fairest, with Victoria Janetzki second.