Accomplished ruckman Nathan Byrne capped off a stellar return to Turvey Park by winning the club's best and fairest award.
Byrne returned to his junior club this season for the first time in a decade and was a model of consistency for the Bulldogs.
He was rewarded for an outstanding year with a dominant victory in the club's best and fairest.
The 30-year-old polled the maximum nine votes in a number of rounds to finish on 82.
Turvey Park co-coach Jeremy Sykes finished second, in what was his third runner up finish at the Bulldogs.
Keenan Flood won reserve grade best and fairest, while Tom Richards won the 17s award in their premiership season.
Jenee West went back-to-back in A grade netball to win the best and fairest for a second consecutive year.
Paige Dacey and Kate Wighton could not be separated in A reserve and shared the award.
Sophie Breen won B grade best and fairest, while Lauren Nugent (C grade) and Charlotte McDonald (under 17s) were the other winners.
Andrew Harmer was named Bulldog of the Year, while Tanya Sykes took out the Carole Winterton Shield for Netball Clubperson of the Year.