LAHARUM’S Robbie Miller has captured his second senior best and fairest award at the club.
Miller was rewarded for an outstanding year with the Mountain Men, and can add the award to his new premiership medallion and his previous win in 2011.
He beat runner-up Rhys Bennett, who also enjoyed a great season and was named best player in the finals.
Newly appointed co-coach Shannon Argall was named most consistent after he kicked more than 100 goals, while captain Sam Winfield was named most determined.
Young gun Daniel Easson picked up the best first-year player award, while Gerard Matthews nabbed the best utility award and Tom Inverarity was honoured with the coach award.
Jarrod Mibus won the reserves best and fairest award, from runner-up Alex Ellifson, who played in the senior grand final.
Nikki Ervin was named the Lois Grimble Memorial Award winner as the club’s A Grade best and fairest, while Marceena Cameron was the runner-up.
Alicia Stewart won the Elvie Miller Memorial Award for B Grade, with Naomi Gash finishing second. The C Grade best and fairest honours went to Megan Gardner from Page Williams.
Tom Crawford was named under-17 best and fairest ahead of Angus Martin, while Dylan Cross won the under-14 honour from Jayme Smith.
Romy Brennan won the 17 and under award ahead of Belinda Warren.
The 15 and under trophy was taken home by Baylee Miller, with Maggie Winfield in second place.
Emma Griffiths won the 13 and under count from Nia Harrison.