Launceston TSLW star Mia King has added another feather to her cap ahead of the AFLW national draft with a runaway victory in the Tasmania Devils' best and fairest.
One of only two Devils to poll in each of the three NAB League exhibition matches and two AFLW under-18 championship games, King finished the count with 82 votes out of a possible 100.
Premiership Roo Amy Prokopiec was 37 votes further back in second with Blue Ellen Brickhill (18 votes) and North Launceston's Ella Maurer (14) both finishing inside the top seven.
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King was the sole Tasmanian at last week's AFLW draft combine, but was unable to complete the usual testing due to an MCL strain which kept her sidelined from the second half of the TSLW season.
The 18-year-old, who appears certain to find her way to North Melbourne in October 22's draft, had already been named as the Eastern Allies' most valuable player and an under-18 All-Australian member following her performances at the championships.
The boys' vote count was equally lopsided with Clarence under-ager Oliver Davis finishing 61 clear of gun North Launceston forward Jackson Callow.
One of three co-captains, Davis averaged 22 disposals and eight tackles a game playing as a midfielder and polled in every game he played.
He registered the maximum 20 votes on three occasions.
Also still 17, centre half-forward Callow polled 123 votes in a promising first year at under-18 level.
The TSL premiership player polled in 11 of his 14 games, including six straight matches between rounds eight and 13, and finished the season with 24 goals and an average of six marks and 13.5 touches a game.
Callow's teammate Rhyan Mansell - who will move to Woodville-West Torrens next season after a third TSL flag - finished in the top five after best-on-ground efforts in rounds 13 and 14, while Launceston forward Joseph Chaplin finished sixth with 49 votes.
Blues draft smokey Jared Dakin polled 14 votes in his only Devils appearance for the season.
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