Jess Robinson's hugely successful Women's Super League season culminated with her winning Launceston United's best and fairest award.
Having already shared the competition's award with Laura Davis, of Kingborough Lions, the English playmaker was an expected winner for the Birch Avenue club.
Madi Gilpin was runner-up despite missing much of the season with a broken wrist sustained in the cup final.
Prolific pair Aidan Rigby and Christian Byard shared the men's Northern Championship award as United celebrated the season with a presentation dinner at Country Club Casino.
Emily Duffy won the women's Northern Championship award and Hamish Waterston the NC1.
President Anthony Coulson began the night with an address which highlighted the club's many achievements on and off the field in 2021.
Share dividend: Christian Byard and Aidan Rigby shared the Launceston United player of the season award. Pictures: Kaleb Clark
Best and fairest: Jess Robinson, runner-up: Madi Gilpin; golden boot: Dani Gunton; coaches' award: Nichola Clark; players' player: Katie Hill
Best and fairest: Emily Duffy, runners-up: Megan Johnstone & Jade Freeman; golden boot: Isabella Duff; coaches award: Azra Clark; players' player: Azra Clark
Best and fairest: Aidan Rigby & Christian Byard, runner-up: Oscar Scharapow; golden boot: Aidan Rigby; coaches' award: Tom McTigue; players' player: Will Spicer
Best and fairest: Hamish Waterston, runner-up: Chris Pickering; golden boot: Chris Pickering; coaches' award: Kaleb Clark; players' player: Kaleb Clark
Best and fairest: Finn Youl, runner-up: Luke McGee; golden boot: Tom Doonan; coaches' award: Charlie Kingston; players' player: Tom Doonan
Best and fairest: Damien Jamieson, runner-up: Nasim Mohammadi; golden boot: Tom Hawkins & Jack Hemsley; coaches' award: Joel Vandenberg; players' player: Joel Vandenberg
Junior coach: Mark Alford; Gaye Wheeler Award: Shaun Miller; Jock Glass Award: Ben Findlay; Perc Nichols Award: Sebastian Gardiner; Fred Dracup players' player: Will Spicer; Alexander Rubel Award: Chris Pickering; Harry Taylor club person of year: Dan Manshanden; David Double president's award: Chay Moir