North Wagga coach Cayden Winter has claimed back-to-back best and fairest awards at the Saints, adding the 2021 honour to his 2019 success.
In his first season as a playing coach, the midfielder balanced his new responsibilities with on-field consistency, finishing with almost double the number of votes of runner-up Daniel Jordan.
Another forward, Nathan Dennis, tied for third along with midfielder Elliott Winter.
Backman Xavier Lyons left a big impression in his first season at North Wagga, taking out Saints' most consistent, while Luke Mauger was most improved and Sean Keith won the coach's award.
Dennis took out the Trevor Urquhart Award for most potential shown, full-back Lachlan Johnson won the Geoffrey Colin Whyte Memorial Awrd for most determined to succeed and key position player Ky Hanlon won best utility.
On the netball court, Sarah O'Leary's stunning run of success continues. After three straight A grade best and fairests at The Rock-Yerong Creek, O'Leary returned to McPherson Oval and took out Saints' top honour. O'Leary was a clear winner ahead of Lily Wild and coach Flynn Hogg.
Khayla Wild was fourth and appreciation for her efforts was recognised with the Players' Player award while Sarah Croker won the A grade coaches award.
Winter will appreciate his club awards. Prior to his two senior honours, he'd had seven runners-up finishes in club and league best-and-fairest counts.
Lauren Bill was named Saint of the year and Tim Bradley and Justin Haddrill shared the club-person of the year.
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