Last year's Toni Wilson Medallist Sophie Hanrahan believes we can expect a Panther, Magpie and Roo to poll strongly in Monday night's medal count.
Hanrahan thinks Lavington's Sarah Meredith and Wangaratta's Hannah Grady have both had standout seasons in defence, but is holding out hope for teammate and star goal shooter Grace Senior to be rewarded for her superb season.
"I think she (Grace) has been one of the best players in the league for the past few seasons," Hanrahan said.
"I think Sarah Meredith has absolutely smashed it this year and Hannah Grady has been really consistent all season.
"I wouldn't be surprised if those three were up there."
Meredith, Grady and Senior all represented the Ovens and Murray in the interleague clash against the Mornington Peninsula-Nepean during the season alongside Hanrahan, with Meredith dubbed best on court for her role in defence.
Senior has maintained shooting accuracy at 73 percent with almost 800 goals in her first year with Corowa-Rutherglen.
While Hanrahan took out the medal last year for her sensational season as a shooter, the versatile netballer has switched it up this year to serve the Roos in defence.
Hanrahan said while being awarded the nod was a privilege, she's even more thrilled about her beloved Roos' ticket into their first grand final this season.
"It was definitely an honour, but not what we play for specifically," Hanrahan said.
"To be up there with Hannah Grady and Rhiannon Dolahenty was really nice.
"Comparing last season's finish to this year's, I would definitely prefer to be where we are now heading into a grand final.
"Overall I'm happier this season because the team has gelled so well to get the results."
Wangaratta's Amanda Umanksi and Isabelle Byrne have also had strong seasons, while young gun Elle Brooks has emerged as a secret weapon for the Pigeons in goals this season.
The Toni Wilson Medal will be handed out on Monday night.