Grand final matchwinner Zoe Claridge has also been a runaway winner at this year’s Northern Hawks best-and-fairest award on Friday night.
The versatile attacker had polled 28 votes to finish an impressive 10 votes ahead of goaler Ashlea Mawer.
Claridge has capped off a memorable year that included debuting for Launceston in the TSLW football competition on the same weekends.
In a season which Northern Hawks broke its 23-year premiership drought, Claridge changed the complexion of the game when shifted from wing attack into goal attack in the second half.
The come-from-behind 66-57 victory against Arrows earned the gamechanger the player of the match.
Mawer, who finished runner-up in the Rosalie Parkes state best-and-fairest award, shot more than 1100 goals.
Resolute defender Danni O’Byrne took out third place for the Hawks with 13 votes.
Goal keeper Gemma Poke edged one vote ahead of Danni Pickett and Ashton Whiley on seven votes each.
Hannah Lenthall claimed the 19-and-under award with 27 votes. She was seven votes ahead of Gabbi Groves, with Chelsea Filgate finishing the count on 14 votes.