Wodonga Heart’s Matt Lemmon and Albury City’s Campbell Taylor were rewarded for big seasons between the posts as joint winners of the AWFA Aggregate Goalkeeper of the Year.
Taylor won the senior men’s Star Goalkeeper with 44 votes, while Lemmon finished with 47 in the reserve men’s standings.
In the rest of the senior count, Albury United’s Marty Chambers finished on 40, while Albury Hotspurs’ Joel McDonough (39 votes), Cobram’s Zac McLeod (39 votes) and Twin City’s Rohan Pearce (38 votes) were all within six of the lead.
Boomers’ Jaxon Osmotherly and Melrose’s Josh Fluss (both 35 votes) also had excellent seasons.
Myrtleford’s Tom Youngs was a commanding winner in the leading goalscorer, finishing with 22 goals ahead of Savoys’ co-coach Matt Park and Twin City’s Mathew Hasler on 15.
Wangaratta import Julian Gaona managed 14 goals in less than half a season for the Red Devils.
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