Wodonga Raiders talented youngster Maggie St John was crowned the B-grade best and fairest winner claiming the nod by two votes on Monday night.
Star midcourt player St John polled on 12 occasions throughout the season and finished with 29 votes to edge out Corowa-Rutherglen defender Eloise Maddox, who came home strong in the closing rounds to rack up 27 votes.
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Wangaratta Rovers' Ash Lawry and Wangaratta's Ella Henry came in equal third with a total of 19 votes each.
St John played an attacking role in centre and wing-attack throughout the season, with Raiders just missing out on a spot in finals.
It was a more comfortable win for Lavington's Grace Hay who claimed best and fairest for C-grade.
Hay polled in 15 out of 18 games for the Panthers and received votes in the last seven rounds to notch-up 40 votes.
The star Panther was 10 votes clear of runner-up Catherine Wood from Corowa-Rutherglen, who polled in 13 games.
Wangaratta Rovers' Ebony O'Donohue rounded out the Ovens and Murray netball best and fairest winners taking out the 16 and under medal.
O'Donohue polled 32 from Wangaratta's Ebony Norris (25) and Rovers teammate Kelsey Wilson (25).