Northern Hawks goal-shooter Ash Mawer capped another stunning State League season with her third most valuable player crown at the Netball Tasmania annual awards.
Polling 38 votes from a possible 54 and recognised in 15 of her 18 games, Mawer added 2021 to her previous awards in 2017 and 2020.
With 1005 goals in the home and away season and 1146 by the conclusion of the finals series, Mawer also won the open hot shot award to etch her way into State League history.
Mawer scored an average of 56 goals per game with a final accuracy percentage of 89.
Cavaliers captain Shelby Miller was runner-up in the MVP award having finished in equal fourth place last year.
There was further success for the Northern Hawks with Kellie Woolnough named open coach of the year and Kendall Jones open best first year player.
Cavaliers players claimed two of the major 19-and-under awards with Olive Morris named competition hot shot after scoring a total of 460 goals at an average of 25.5 per game and 79 per cent accuracy.
Teammate Esther Kidmas was named best first year player which was determined by votes from head coaches.
Fresh from claiming the 19&U title, Devon was also well recognised with Helen Payne named coach of the year and Macy Goninon MVP.
Rachael Stebbings took home the umpire of the year award with Hannah Donoghue named emerging umpire of the year.
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