East Wagga-Kooringal young gun Harry Fitzsimmons capped off a brilliant season by taking out the Hawks' best and fairest.
Fitzsimmons backed up his win in the Gerald Clear Medal with a comfortable victory in his club best and fairest at Gumly on Friday night.
Fitzsimmons polled 57 votes to finish well clear of runner up, ruckman Kyle North-Flanagan, on 39. Nathan Scott and Alex Rogers rounded out the top four.
The best and fairest win capped off a breakout season for Fitzsimmons, who at just 22, has a bright future ahead of him.
EWK coach Matt Hard was pleased to see Fitzsimmons rewarded for an excellent season.
"It was another reward for his consistency throughout the year," Hard said.
"Harry's only a young fella so to win the club and league best and fairest in the one year speaks volumes."
The presentation night was dominated by Fitzsimmons and experienced reserve grader Luke Adams.
Both were presented with their league medal wins on the night by outgoing Farrer League president David Oehm.
Adams took out the reserve grade best and fairest, as well as the Martha Argus 'Nanna' Leading Goalkicker award, as well as the Bob Phillips Hawker of the Year.
One of the highlights of the night was the presentation of life membership to two club stalwarts.
Toni Hull and Brenton Roberts were both popular recipients of the honour.
Other top honours on the night went the way of Peter Amos, who received the Phil Kippe Clubman of the Year award, while Lynn Nelson won the Joan Lovell Best Lady Clubman.
In first grade, Rogers and North-Flanagan shared the player's player award, Rogers took home most consistent, while Max Tiernan won coach's award. Ryan Bourne took out the Greg Leech Memorial for rookie of the year.
In netball, Amy Leddin won the A grade best and fairest ahead of runner up Jaimee Smith.
Other best and fairest winners were Holly Nelson (A reserve), Abbey Housell (B grade) and Michelle Adams (C grade). Bronwen Depiazza won Netballer of the Year.
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