Leeton United veteran Scott Munro has dominated the club’s awards night after collecting the two highest individual honours for the season past.
The hard-nosed Munro picked up the best and fairest award for his efforts in a side that battled its way through to the Pascoe Cup elimination finals and ruffled plenty of feathers during the season.
Munro’s effort weren’t just recognised by the judging panel with his team mates also voting him in as the first grade player’s player for the year.
Anthony Trifogli, the man many thought would collect the best and fairest award, was deemed the club’s most consistent player – a fitting title for the star striker after his selection in the Pascoe Cup Team of the Year.
Trifogli was also earlier named runner up to Tolland striker Jaiden O’Brien in the Pascoe Cup Player of the Year tally.
Meanwhile, Jake Shelton was rewarded for a strong season with the coaches award.
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