Wagga City Wanderers have set the scene for a fresh start under a new coaching regime after holding their presentation night on Friday.
Goalkeeper and captain Robert Fry was named first grade's players' player for the second straight season, while attacker Jake Ploenges took out the coach's award.
The main women's gongs were won by captain Madeline Harris (players' player) and Brandy Nicholson (coach's award).
Fry said the addition of head coach Michael Babic and Matt Menser as an assistant playing coach will give the club a breath of fresh air after they narrowly missed finals after a strong finish to the season.
"It's couple of big signings there. I'm really looking forward to working with them and they've got a great reputation around the region," Fry said.
"After having some good results at the end of last year, hopefully that will encourage more players to come across to the club."
Coach's awards: Perri Nash (under-13 girls), Zoe Jenkins (under-15 girls), Tess Vaccari (under-17 girls), Kerri-Anne Chin (women's reserve grade), Brandy Nicholson (women's first grade), Blake Gibbons (under-13 boys), Gabriel James (under-14 boys), Joshua Timothy Nesbitt (under-16 boys), Dylan Piper Bye (under-18 boys), Frazer Burns (under-20 men), Jake Ploenges (men's first grade).
Players' player awards: Amy Cowell (under-13 girls), Anisa Rees (under-15 girls), Ava Tuksar (under-17 girls), Susan Waia (women's reserve grade), Madeline Harris (women's first grade), Keenan Wood (under-13 boys), Clayton Gunning (under-14 boys), Ben White (under-16 boys), Patrick Hislop (under-18 boys), Samuel Jones (under-20 men), Robert Fry (men's first grade).
Martin Loy/Justin Curran Perpetual Trophy: Toni Watts
Most Improved: Watban Ibrahim