Your greatest Wimmera Football League player of the 21st century has been crowned.
Nearly 1400 votes flooded in, but only could take top honours.
The winner is revealed here.
EARLIER: We asked a mammoth question last week: Who is the greatest Wimmera Football League player of the 21st century?
It certainly got the football fraternity talking. Hundreds of votes flooded in, recognising icons of the competition.
We cut the list down to the five players who featured the most in the initial round of voting.
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There are long-time teammates who racked up premierships for fun.
A silky United on-baller, held in high esteem by his peers made the cut.
Last, but not least, are two hard-nosed Saints guns.
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Only one can take top honours. Make sure you submit your vote, to see who is crowned the Wimmera league's greatest of the modern era.
Here is your top five, in no particular order.
A trip into the Mail-Times archives offers countless interviews with both former teammates and opponents who list Adams as of one the greatest players in the league.
A silky smooth on-baller, Adams played more than 250 games for Horsham United.
Adams represented the Wimmera Football League on 19 occasions and won five club best-and-fairests at United - where he made his senior debut.
A former Saints coach and captain, Kelm possesses a goalkicking record that many would be envious of.
Kelm returned to the Saints from a stint in the state's north just before the turn of century, and quickly garnered a reputation as one of the hardest forwards in the league.
Despite over 300 games for the club, Kelm never managed to win a seniors premiership with the Saints. The prolific goalkicker featured in six losing grand finals.
Kelm has four club best-and-fairests to his name and was still taking to the field every weekend before the pandemic hit. He won a second-straight reserves league best-and-fairest award last year.
Johns' prowess up top was so well known that every pre-season one simple question was on the lips of all the key figures.
How many goals will David Johns kick?
The Demons spearhead was a six-time Wimmera Football League leading goalkicker, eight-time premiership player and won two club best-and-fairests.
Johns returned to Horsham - where he made his senior debut - in 2003 after stints in South Australia and other leagues in country Victoria, for the start of the club's mammoth premiership run.
Butsch arrived at the Horsham Saints on the eve of the 2009 season with a prestigious reputation, and it didn't take long for him to flex his muscle in the Wimmera league.
The hard-edged on-baller is the only player in the top five to have won a Toohey Medal in the 21st century.
Butsch's league best-and-fairest honours came after he was struck with a serious illness, that even saw him contemplate stepping away from the game.
On the field, Butsch played an integral role in the Saints' 2015 premiership - the club's first since entering the Wimmera Football League in 1993.
Farr was a central figure in the Horsham side that had a stranglehold on the Wimmera Football League for nearly a decade.
He played more than 250 games for the club he made his senior debut for a fresh-faced 14 year-old.
Farr featured on the field in nine premierships, with only a season-ending injury forcing him to coach from the sideline for the Demons' tenth flag.
In seven seasons as a player-coach, Farr delivered the Horsham faithful seven-successive premierships.
He was a club best-and-fairest winner, and represented the Wimmera Football League 15 times.
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