KEENAN and Macgregor Hanigan have taken out the top two awards at Kooringal Colts' presentation night.
It was a presentation night with a difference as Colts went online with a 'virtual' awards ceremony and it was the Hanigan brothers who came to the fore.
Keenan, the club captain, took out the Grant Wealands Shield for the first grade player's player for a third time, finishing well ahead of Dave Bolton and Nate Mooney.
Macgregor was named Colts' clubperson of the year.
Keenan said he was surprised by his win.
"I was a little bit shocked this year to win it," Keenan said.
"I thought there were a few players that could have won it so I was a little bit surprised to win it."
Colts president Rob Etchells named Macgregor as a 'very deserving' clubperson of the year for the power of work he did around the club.
"To be honest, it hasn't really sunk in yet," Macgregor said.
"It's a real privilege. I love the club, I love the blokes I play with and all the people involved."
Macgregor, Colts' first grade opening bowler, spent the first half of the season injured. He used the time to help the club and his teammates as much as he could.
He also helps prepare the Harris Park pitch with his father, Greg.
"I still wanted to help out by doing a few jobs," Macgregor said.