South Hobart players claimed a club double in the statewide rising star awards.
Kasper Hallam won the NPL Tasmania award with Bridie Cooling taking home the Women's Super League equivalent.
Hallam scored seven goals in 13 games for Ken Morton's third-placed side.
After netting five goals in an ever-present maiden season with Riverside, 18-year-old Fletcher Fulton was among the Northern players in contention for the award which was claimed by his Olympic teammate Jarrod Hill last season.
Glenorchy Knights striker Alex Walter finished the season as the NPL Tasmania's leading goal-scorer.
Walter amassed an impressive 13 goals in 14 matches for the league runners-up and Lakoseljac Cup winners, without picking up a yellow card.
Launceston City captain Sam Ridgard and Riverside's Spanish import Nil Sanz were the leading scorers for the Northern sides, both accumulating six goals.
Walter was also named the most valuable player, as voted by his fellow players.
Devonport's influential playmakerJoel Stone won the league's best and fairest award, voted by the referees, for the second year running.
Stone's Strikers teammate Nathan Pitchford shared the golden glove award for the state's best goalkeeper with Lachy Hart, of Glenorchy.
Launceston City's talented under-12 goalkeeper Tyson Rusden has been presented with the opportunity to trial with A-League club, Central Coast Mariners.
The club said on Facebook: "A thoroughly deserved opportunity, Tyson has never stopped training and improving this year, seeking extra training sessions at every opportunity outside of under-12 team trainings with coach Alex Turner.
"We wish you the best of luck next week Tyson and look forward to hearing all about it and we are sure you'll impress the Mariners throughout your time there." Picture by Jamie Richardson.
Launceston United is on the attack in its bid to join next season's Women's Super League.
The Birch Avenue club has to meet new strict criteria to join the statewide competition, one of which is sufficient female representation on the committee.
"Subject to WSL criteria being met, the club committee also wishes to advise our members and supporters that more female representation on the club committee is required to make our plan for women's football come to fruition, starting with the Women's Super League team in 2021," the club said on Facebook.