The NWFL Women's dominance of the recent Women's Statewide All-Stars Series has been acknowledged with the series' awards announced on Thursday.
Co-captain Emma Humphries unsurprisingly took out the MVP following two dominant outings as her region defeated the SFLW and NTFAW.
The 26-year-old former AFLW player from Wynyard polled 15 votes after averaging 15.5 disposals (with five contested), three marks, two clearances and 5.5 inside-50s. She also managed three goals in the two matches.
She finished ahead of the NTFAW's Ella Maurer [12 votes], with Ulverstone's Libby Haines equal third with 10 votes alongside the SFLW's Brieanna Barwick.
"It is very nice and a big honour to get the first one [MVP],'' Humphries said.
"But at the same time it is not really why I lined up for the North-West, but it is a nice little gift that comes when you play well.
"That team success is why I was playing and why the other 35 players of our squad were playing, so I didn't really go out there thinking about the MVP or being best on ground, but it is nice."
Humphries was speaking from Melbourne as she prepares for Casey Demons' VFLW elimination final against Essendon on Saturday as she continues her quest to get back on an AFLW list.
Wynyard's Abbie Hoiberg-Cox finished equal fourth on eight votes, with fellow Coastal product Sarah Skinner, who was representing the SFLW, and the NTFAW's Dearne Taylor.
Six NTFAW players were named in the All-Star team with Launceston's Georgia Hill in defence, Old Scotch's Maurer and Launceston's Taylor in the midfield, with her teammate Sinclair was named in attack. Launceston duo Mikayla Binns and Madi Brazendale were named on the bench.
The NWFL Women's squad is set to be presented with the All-Stars trophy on Friday at a ceremony at Dial Park, with Humphries to receive her medal when she returns to Tasmania.
The NTFAW lost both its matches in the series, falling to the NWFL Women's at Dial Park and the SFLW at North Hobart Oval.