Josh Ponting will need a bigger pool room after adding North Launceston's best and fairest to his list of 2019 achievements.
Having backed up his premiership and Alastair Lynch medals from 2018, the 25-year-old midfielder has gone two better this year by collecting the Jack Hill and Darrel Baldock medals.
Ponting finished ahead of last year's winner Taylor Whitford and was also named North's best senior player in finals.
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First-year defender Braden van Buuren was the only other senior player to win multiple awards, collecting the most consistent and best clubman gongs.
In the TSLW, captain Jodie Clifford became the club's first women's best and fairest winner after a stellar season that also saw her named captain of the league's team of the year.
Ex-Evandale pair Sophie Townsend and Emily McKinnell finished best and fairest runner-up and leading goalkicker respectively while former South Launceston gun Hayley Breward was judged most consistent.
North's development league best and fairest went to 16-year-old Ryan Whitney ahead of Kurt Hibbs, with Jakob Williams winning best and fairest and the coach's award in under-18s.
- B&F: Josh Ponting
- Runner-up: Taylor Whitford
- Leading goalkicker: Brad Cox-Goodyer
- Coach's award: Alex Lee
- Best team man: Karlton Wadley
- Most consistent: Braden van Buuren
- Most improved: Fletcher Bennett
- Rising star: James Curran
- MVP on/off the ground: Arion Richter-Salter
- Best player in finals: Josh Ponting
- Best clubman: Braden van Buuren
- B&F: Jodie Clifford
- Runner-up: Sophie Townsend
- Leading goalkicker: Emily McKinnell
- Coach's award: Caitlyn Hooper
- Best team woman: Ebony Barrenger
- Most consistent: Hayley Breward
- Most improved: Ella McKenzie
- B&F: Ryan Whitney
- Runner-up: Kurt Hibbs
- Leading goalkicker: Cody Lowe
- Coach's award: Jaidyn Harris
- Best team man: Matthew Cossins
- Most consistent: Lachlan Cocker
- Most improved: Andy Potter
- Best player in finals: Connor Pearton
- B&F: Jakob Williams
- Runner-up: Ethan Crossingham
- Leading goalkicker: Jake Smith
- Coach's award: Jakob Williams
- Best team man: Bradley Harrison-Hargeaves
- Most consistent: William Haley
- Most improved: Prashant Reddy