North Launceston player-coach Brad Cox-Goodyer has continued his stellar State League season by being named the Alastair Lynch Medallist.
Cox-Goodyer has pulled double-duties this season after inheriting the coaching reigns at the Bombers from close mate Taylor Whitford.
The added responsibility proved no burden for Cox-Goodyer as he excelled on the field and off it by guiding the Bombers into another TSL grand final.
Cox-Goodyer polled maximum votes in seven rounds alongside two one-vote games to sit comfortably at the top of the tally in the TSL equivalent of the Brownlow Medal.
Kingborough on-baller Will Campbell was recognised for his strong season and finished second with 19 votes.
Clarence's Ethan Jackson and Launceston's Jay Blackberry tied for third on 16 votes, but Jackson was ineligible for the award.
Blackberry's podium placing continues an excellent season for the Blues star after he claimed the player of the year award.
Cox-Goodyer is no stranger to the award after a dominant 2017 season saw him claim his first Alastair Lynch Medal in addition to the Darrel Baldock, premiership and Jack Hill medals.
Cox-Goodyer and Josh Ponting are the only North Launceston players to be awarded the medal since the league began in 2009.
The Alastair Lynch Medal was originally known as the Tassie Medal before it was changed in 2014 to recognise the former Brisbane Lions full-forward.
An exciting three-way tie occurred in the Rodney Eade Medal which recognises the best player in the TSL Development League.
Glenorchy's Joshua Whitford tied with Launceston's Tom McShane and North Launceston's Jack Mazengarb on 14 votes.
McShane and Mazengarb polled maximum votes in the final round in a late dash to join Whitford in top spot.
Whitford shot out to an early leader in the medal race with 14 votes in the opening 12 games.
However, he spent the second half of the season with Glenorchy's senior squad and did not earn another vote.
Michael Blackburn and Haydn Smith shared the Rodney Eade Medal in 2013.
AFL Tasmania has announced that the under-18s grand final between Clarence and Lauderdale has been moved to North Hobart Oval this Friday at 5:45pm.
The schedule for Sunday's grand final day at UTAS Stadium has also been confirmed.
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