Luke Berkrey has been named Gundagai’s best and fairest for the second year running.
The lock has claimed the top nod in both seasons he’s been at the Tigers.
He was also named player’s player as Gundagai celebrated premiership success at their presentation right on Saturday.
James Luff was named best forward while Tyron Gorman was best back.
Dylan Murdoch was named rookie of the year, Joel Field was the best non contract player and Matt Henery took out the coaches award.
Mark Eccleson won the reserve grade best and fairest, Karleigh Bower in the leaguetag and Zac Fairall in the Weissel Cup.
Bill Luff was clubman of the year.
Gundagai presentation night winners
Clubman of the Year- Bill Luff
Matt Cole Top Point Scorer- Mark Eccleston 110 points
Reg Wheeler Rookie of the Year- Dylan Murdoch
Hawthorne Shield- Mark Elphick
Peter Britt Memorial Award- Hunter Machell
100 Games- Damian Willis
200 Games- Kieran Pearce
King Tutty B&F- Luke Berkrey
Dale Cadman Best Non Contract- Joel Field
Garth Molloy Best Back- Tyron Gorman
Best Forward- James Luff
Players Player- Luke Berkrey
Coaches Award- Matt Henery
Anthony Smith B&F- Mark Eccleston
Best Back- Matt Rose
Best Forward- Rhys Smart
Players Player- Mark Eccleston
Coaches Award- Kyle Smith
Most Improved- Dallas Pollack
B&F- Karleigh Bower
Players Player- Maranda Carberry
Coaches Award- Megan Hand
Most Improved- Lori Young & Kassi Owen
Joan Field B&F- Zac Fairall
Best Back- Tallis Cotterill
Best Forward- Tate Brooke
Players Player- Jake Elphick
Coaches Award- Corey Wilson
Bluey Freestone Most Improved- Andrew Smith & Corey Bennett