Launceston City captain Daniel Syson has taken out the best-and-fairest award in his first season at the club.
The Englishman coaxed to Prospect from Devonport narrowly beat out talented youngster Jarrod Linger for the award on Saturday night.
Syson polled 18 votes to win by one, with Canadian keeper Niko Giantsopoulos flying from sixth to third in the final five rounds to finish a further vote behind Linger.
Former Strikers pair Tyler Fischer and Lindsay Millington both finished on 14 votes, despite Fischer inside the top four at the NPL Mitsubishi Medal count.
Noah Mies, who combined with Fischer for 34 of City’s 56 goals, collected 11 votes.
Brooke Hernyk overcame a slow start to her Women’s Super League year to claim the best-and-fairest award.
Hernyk did not poll a vote in the opening seven rounds, but barnstormed her way to 19 votes to win by four.
Beth Bygrave had been a runaway leader until not polling from round eight due to an overseas sojourn.
Seasoned City campaigner Holly Savill joined Bygrave on 15 votes as captain Selina Steventon finished another vote back on 14.
Nick Thorne, who spent four games in the NPL side, was the club’s Northern Championship winner.
He earned 20 votes from Joshua Duncan on 16.
Sarah Campbell polled 26 votes to edge out Georgia Legg by three in the championship women’s award.
Nick Goodwin took out the championship 1 trophy by one vote over Alex Bower.
Hayden Simeoni, on 21 votes, also won the under-18 best and fairest by just one over Kaleb Lyons.