CHRIS Hyde has claimed his second Cross Brothers Medal.
As many might have expected, the Albury co-coach took out the Tigers’ best and fairest award on Saturday night after a stellar season at Albury Sportsground.
Hyde polled 241 votes to edge out star recruit Dean Polo, adding this year’s award to his first best and fairest in 2010.
Co-captain Charles Gaylard finished third, ahead of Luke Wells and Luke Packer.
Packer won the award for best player in finals.
Meanwhile, David Price took out the Tigers’ reserves award in front of Sam Cross.
Will McIntosh and Dylan McDonald tied for the thirds award.
In the netball Justine Willis won Tigers’ A-Grade best and fairest after a strong season.
Karlen Holloway, Brodie Aumont and Cassie Gibbs took out the other grades.
At Birallee Park, Jack Melrose claimed his first best and fairest award at Wodonga Raiders.
Melrose was rewarded for his consistent season under Ken Stevenson.
Underrated import Michael Steven was runner-up.
In the other grades, Shane Brewer won the Raiders’ reserves count and Michael Daly and Dillon Blazcyk tied for the thirds best and fairest.
Kath Fryer, Marny Hillier, Kate Guy and Julia Clarke took out the Raiders’ netball best and fairest accolades.