NORTHERN Bombers ruckman Daniel Roozendaal has won his first Jack Hill Medal as the club's senior best and fairest player for the 2013 State League season.
The 26-year-old Roozendaal returned to the club last season and has worked hard to improve his fitness and skills this year, polling votes in all but two games during the season.
Demonstrating his consistency and reliability, midfielder Allan O'Sign was runner up, collecting his sixth Neil Maynard Trophy.
TSL team of the year member Taylor Whitford was third in the vote tally.
Bridport-based midfielder Christian Barnes won his first Tony ``Chang'' Young (Senior) Medal as the club's best and fairest in the Colts.
Barnes joined the club as a 16-year-old in 2010 as has been a member of the club's under 18 and colts premiership teams.
The Bill Manion Trophy for best and fairest runner up in the Colts was shared between two fifteen-year old Tasmanian under-16 representatives in Hayden Goss and Logan Reynolds.
The Robbie Saunders Medal for the under 18s best and fairest was won by Karl Schmell with Jonty Manktelow receiving the Peter Daniel Trophy as the runner up.
President Thane Brady announced senior coach Zane Littlejohn would be supported next season by senior assistant coaches Adrian Smith and Paul Holmes.
Returning to the club will be former players in Stephen Crooks, who will coach the Development League team, and Colin Lockhart, who will take charge of the under 18 program.
More than 200 people attended the North Launceston Football Club's best and fairest and trophy night at Aurora Stadium on Friday night.