Riverina League will hold their annual presentation night at Narrandera Ex-Servicemen's Club on Tuesday where the competition's best and fairest player will be presented with the Jim Quinn Medal.
This year's vote count is expected to be one of the most open in recent years with a number of players in the running to take the Jim Quinn Medal home.
Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong ruckman Jacob Olsson won the Riverina League Player of the Year award, as voted by coaches, and will be an obvious candidate to win the medal for the first time.
But the Lions big man does not have a great history in the medal and is not expecting to win the medal for the first time.
Coolamon pair Jake Barrett and Luke Redfern are also expected to poll strongly, while Turvey Park's Jeremy Sykes, Griffith's Jacob Conlan and Jordan Iudica and Wagga Tigers duo Jesse Manton and Brendan Myers are all expected to feature prominently.
Riverina League's top netballer will also be crowned with the presentation of the A grade best and fairest.
The Daily Advertiser's Matt Malone will be providing live updates from the night right here.