St Pats’ Jacob Knight has clinched consecutive best and fairests with another solid season in the green and gold.
A haul of 31 goals for the season and 12 times in his side’s best players saw Knight fend off competition from Jacob Murphy and Lucas Crawford to claim the award.
Knight kicked a season-high tally of six against Prospect in round 13.
Ex-Rocherlea midfielder Jack Rushton was rewarded for a supreme first season at EAST COAST.
The tough nut featured in his side’s best players in 15 of his 20 games for the grand finalists, and also contributed 23 goals over the course of the season.
Rushton and best and fairest runner-up Pearce Robinson both made the competition’s top 10 players for 2017.
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Rushton’s ex-Tigers teammate Sam Bannister took out EVANDALE’s best and fairest despite not playing his first game for the club until round 8.
Bannister was best-on-ground four times in five weeks during July and August and was a solid contributor for the Country Eagles during finals.
Forward Thomas Chugg finished runner-up after securing 32 goals for the season.
UNI-MOWBRAY’s count was won by Tom Hartley, who polled 92 votes to take out his first best and fairest award.
Hartley finished just three votes ahead of Anthony Viney and seven ahead of Matthew Murfett in one of the club’s closest polls on record.