JOSH Spence has enhanced his reputation of one of the premier players in the competition after winning his sixth best and fairest.
The star Barnawartha forward beat Cam McNeill for the honour.
The Tiger pair have dominated the award in recent seasons with McNeill a four-time Barton medallist and triple best and fairest winner.
Spence enjoyed a dominant finals series and was instrumental in the Tigers making their first decider since 2013.
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He was best-on-ground in both the second semi-final and preliminary final.
The hard working forward was also dangerous in the decider and among the Tigers' best players.
Spence has played more than 200 matches with the Tigers after notching the milestone late last year.
Tina Way was successful in the A-grade netball in her first season at Barnawartha.
Way only returned to the Border this season from Darwin after winning multiple best and fairests in the Northern Territory.
She beat coach Jo Withers.