Barnstorming prop Craig Field has taken out Kangaroos' best and fairest award.
Field enjoyed a stellar second season with the Wagga club and was duly rewarded at Kangaroos' presentation night last weekend.
Field was named player's player, as well as the best and fairest winner.
Jake Mascini was named Kangaroos' best back, Luke Ingram grabbed best forward, while Ned Cooper (most improved) and Zach Graham (coach's award) were also recognised.
Best and fairests in other grades went the way of Hudson Frazier (reserve grade), Noah Killeen (Sullivan Cup) and Molly Antone (leaguetag).
The night was also an opportunity for Kangaroos to farewell outgoing coach Simon Woolford.
Kangaroos have appointed James Smart as coach for next year, with Woolford to join the coaching staff of NRL club Parramatta.
Woolford, who joined Kangaroos straight from English Super League club Huddersfield Giants, will coach the Eels' Flegg side and mentor the club's best young players.
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