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The 2018 Morris Medal count was a night of excitement with Wodonga Raiders' Brodie Filo entering rare territory when he claimed a third league medal.
Midfielder Filo snared the Morris Medal on 25 votes from Myrtleford big man Matt Dussin (20) and 2016 winner, Yarrawonga on-baller Tyler Bonat (19).
But Filo later apologised and was sanctioned by the Ovens and Murray for his drunken conduct at the count.
Officials were left embarrassed when Filo jumped from the stage after being presented with his medal and then tripped and fell near guests on his return to his table.
At the halfway mark, Filo was equal fourth on nine votes, behind team-mate Jarrod Hodgkin and Bonat (11), with Albury's Shaun Daly on 10.
It was a six-week blinding spell from round 11 which set up the win, snaring 14 votes.
Bonat was four back on 19, but didn't poll in the final three rounds, while Filo nabbed two in the final game against Yarrawonga.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Corowa-Rutherglen's Sophie Hanrahan won the 2018 Toni Wilson Medal on 27 votes.
The 2018 winner of the Richard Hamilton Medal is Darcy Chellew from Myrtleford, while the netball rising star award went to Yarrawonga's Indi Fraunfelder.
Albury's Oliver McEwan claimed the Leo Burke Medal as the best and fairest player in the reserves. McEwan polled 22 votes for the season.
Wangaratta Rovers' Edward Dayman takes home the Leo Deane Award with 20 votes while Michael Newton (Wangaratta) won the Doug Strang award.
The 2018 Peter Bruhn Award winner was Ian Gambold while Jason Raine earned his fourth Umpire of the Year award.
Neil Murray was honoured with Life Membership for his many years of service to the Ovens and Murray in a number of roles, alongside North Albury and Ovens and Murray legend Stan Sargeant.