EAST Wagga-Kooringal midfielder Nathan Scott won his second club best and fairest on Saturday night.
Scott enjoyed one of his best years and it reflected in the Hawks best and fairest count as he held off a number of top players to win the award.
It backed up his equal second-placed finish in the Gerald Clear Medal.
It was a Scott quinella as Nathan edged out Joe in a thrilling finish, with EWK captain Ben Absolum in third.
EWK coach Gavin McMahon said Nathan Scott was a deserved winner.
“He was a consistent high performer all year,” McMahon said.
“Particularly the middle of the year, he was awesome.”
Jay Peace backed up his league medal win to take out the Hawks’ reserve grade best and fairest, while Jackson Quade finished on top in the under 17.
Kelly Davey won the Hawks A grade netball best and fairest.
The Hawks confirmed the retirements of Chris Jackson and Ryan Campbell, along with the departures of Craig Pullen and Stu Brierty, but hope to announce signings in coming weeks.
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