Will Humphrey has claimed Riverside Olympic's NPL Tasmania player of the year.
In a tight finish to the count, the versatile talent - who has played defensive, forward and most recently midfield roles for the Windsor Park club - edged ahead to claim the award.
The former Northern Rangers player finished on 70 votes, 10 ahead of last season's winner Fletcher Fulton, with Max Reissig third on 46.
Paying tribute to Humphrey, coach Alex Gaetani said: "When he first came, we recognised the talent and ability he had.
"This season we have put him in the centre of the park and every role he played this is where we always believed he would end up.
"He is extremely under-rated among midfielders in the league so it is great that he is getting recognised tonight."
He is extremely under-rated among midfielders in the leagueAlex Gaetani on Will Humphrey
Gaetani praised Humphrey's vision and technical ability, adding: "But the best thing that we love most about Humpa is him as a person. He is respectful, hard-working and has turned into a real leader at the club.
"As long as we've got guys like him at the club, we will be fine and achieve all we believe we can achieve."
Accepting the award, Humphrey thanked Gaetani and his teammates adding: "And everyone that comes and watches our games. We've had the worst results this season but the best support and I want to thank them all."
In addition to finishing third in the poll, Reissig was named most-promising under-21 player.
Meg Connolly was a runaway winner of the women's Northern Championship player of the year award.
The prolific 18-year-old's impressive tally of 41 goals had already seen her win the competition golden boot and she added the club equivalent as acting president Brian Wightman said she joined the ranks of club goal-scoring greats like Peter Sawdon, Neil Roper and Malcolm Taylor.
"I would not have got through the season without the girls and the support from the club," Connolly said. "Thank you everyone for your support."
Connolly polled 71 votes in the count, nearly double that of second placed Madeline Davies (36).
Women's coach Jo Haezebrouck said, having won the competition golden boot once before, Connolly proved it was no coincidence, adding: "She is always working hard and being positive and this is well deserved."
Keisha Haezebrouck won the most improved women's player.
Henry Cook won Northern Championship player of the year while Caleb Smith claimed the award for Northern Championship 1 and Jordan Rademacher was named most improved player.
Under-18 player of the year was won by Will Prince while Campbell Young claimed the under-16 award.
Club person of the year went to Jamie Colgrave and Crystal Neep received the president's award.
More than 100 people attended the awards night at the club's Windsor Park clubhouse.