Brad Cox-Goodyer already has won four premierships, two Darrel Baldock medals for best on ground in grand finals and an Alastair Lynch medal for the season's best.
The North Launceston star has virtually won everything there is in the game.
The next accolade to elude Cox-Goodyer was the TSL player-of-the-year award.
The booming left-footer, who multiple times has just missed out on the Peter Hudson Medal for leading goalkicker, added the media prize towards one of the most decorated statewide careers.
"Brad's been an ornament to the state competition over a long period of time," State football manager Carl Saunder said at the presentation of the award on Monday.
"There's not much that he hasn't done in the game."
The 21-year-old Seymour held a three-vote lead over Cox-Goodyer ahead of the final two TSL rounds.
The Blues had the bye in the penultimate round and his rival picked up a further two votes to close the margin.
Passed fit to play from tightness, Seymour had second thoughts and forfeited any votes to potentially put that award beyond doubt in favour of putting the team's finals campaign first.
Two more votes from a polished Cox-Goodyer from a convincing 51-point victory over Glenorchy secured the captain's maiden win.
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT
"It's always good to get individual awards as long as you're having the team success and that always comes first," Cox-Goodyer said.
"It's just that added bonus really and if you look at the previous winners, there are some really good names on there. So it's nice to be alongside some of those names."
North Launceston teammate Josh Ponting finished the year in third on 16 votes, ahead of Lauderdale ruckman Haydn Smith on 14 and star midfielders Sam Darley (North Hobart) and Bryce Walsh (Lauderdale) on 12.
Cox-Goodyer back in 2017 had gone from a good player to a great of the competition after his coronation as the latest Lynch medallist.
The 26-year-old really was not fussed whether the latest award was a guide to having a second umpire's medal draped over his neck.
"I had a think about it the other day and I think the player of the year and the Lynch Medallist have only been matched up twice in the whole time the TSL has been around," he said.
"So not really and it's not on my mind at all."
Cox-Goodyer had polled 10 times this year that had included best on ground in three games for a season he kicked 45 goals to finish second on the goalkicking table.
Luck has played a part in a season where everything has gone right leading a younger North Launceston group.
"I think this year I have had a good injury run," he said.
"It's the first year that I haven't actually had an injury that has held me back.
"I have played every game and have been able to play my role even better."
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