Talented Wangaratta duo Lachie Campbell and Mia Calder have written themselves into the Red Devils' history books by claiming the club's best and fairest awards on Saturday night.
Campbell polled 44 votes to beat AWFA Star Player Adam Burchell and classy midfielder Mason Nhansana, who each finished on 42.
Wangaratta coach Daniel Vasilevski was thrilled to see his young defender capture the award.
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"Lachie is a dream to coach," Vasilevski said.
"His commitment to the shirt, to his teammates and to his coach is amongst the best I've ever come across.
"He always puts the team first. Every training session he would come up to me, look me in the eye and shake my hand, respectful beyond his age."
It was a breakout season for Campbell, who was instrumental in the back line as Wangaratta claimed the league and cup double.
"He marked some very good players this season and never missed a beat," Vasilevski added.
"Unbelievably happy for Lach, not only for being our most consistent performer and playing every game, but because he is a true gentleman on and off the park and I consider him to be a true friend."
Meanwhile, Calder won by the same margin in the women's award, picking up 50 votes to edge out quality English import Leanne Branson on 48.
It was a great season for the Wangaratta women, who won their first senior women's cup title.