A maiden Launceston best and fairest has tied a bow around Jobi Harper's incredible 2020 season.
The star of the Blues' breakthrough premiership season, Harper polled 75 votes to finish 16 clear of former co-captain Jay Blackberry, with 2018 winner Dylan Riley in third.
The McAuley Medal capped off an astounding season which saw the Launceston skipper collect a second Darrel Baldock Medal to go with the player of the year award.
Launceston coach Mitch Thorp said his former South Launceston premiership teammate was a deserved winner.
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"There's no secrets to why Jobi's a good player - he's the hardest-working TSL player I've seen," Thorp said.
"He always wins our time trials, he always does the extra running at the end of training and it's reward for effort for a dominant season.
"Particularly in a premiership year - the players that win best and fairests in premiership years are the real quality.
"A lot of players win best and fairests when teams have poor seasons or whatever, but it's the ones that win them when you have team success are the ones I really take note of."
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Harper played all 14 games and averaged 23 disposals, 4.5 marks and three tackles throughout the home and away season.
It was a similar story in the development league count as ruckman Hamish Leedham won his fourth major medal of the season.
A D-league flag winner, best-on-ground winner and Rodney Eade Medallist, Leedham won from Stewart Williams with Zach Morris and Isaac Hyatt named most improved and best first-year player respectively.
The women's best and fairest went to AFLW star Daria Bannister, who kicked multiple goals in five of her 10 games.
The 2019 TSLW best and fairest winner held off gun winger Kelsie Hill with Makenna Hillier (most improved) and Brooke Brown (best first-year) also recognised.
Oli Gibson won the under-18 best and fairest from Khai Lunson.