ALBURY star Shaun Daly has become the most decorated player in the Tigers' history after winning his fifth best and fairest award.
Daly, who previously won in 2009, 2011, 2016 and 2017, polled 100 votes on Friday night to finish clear of Elliott Powell (89) and co-coach Luke Daly (83).
Remarkably, the former Howlong junior also won best and fairests at Mayne in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Daly's triumph saw him edge past club legends and four-time winners Jimmy Matthews and Terry Cross with co-coach Tom McGrath describing his record as "incredible".
"When you are being mentioned alongside Terry Cross and Jimmy Mathews, it says how good Shaun has been for the club," McGrath said.
"He's mainly played in the midfield and defence during his career but we threw him to centre half-forward this year and he was fantastic.
"I wish we had three of him.
"He's set a great example around the club over a long period of time which is why he's held in such high regard."
He's set a great example around the club over a long period of time which is why he's held in such high regardTom McGrath
Dean Polo and Brayden O'Hara tied for fourth place on 73 votes.
In the reserves, ruckman Ollie McEwan took the honours from Mitch Anderson and Alex Rowe.
Daniel Turner finished one vote ahead of league winner Oscar Hayes in the thirds.
In A grade netball, defender Rebekah Ohlin polled 118 votes to top the count in her first season at Albury.
She was followed by Emily Rodd (101), Sharna Thomas (100), Justine Willis (98) and Gabe McRae (92).
Ohlin, who missed last season after having a baby, played a major role in Tallangatta's 2017 premiership.
Kelsey Bullivant finished 12 votes ahead of Sarah Anstee in B grade, Daveida Azzi took out C grade and Georgia Miller was a comfortable winner in the under-16s from Keely Bullivant and Ally Fowler.
Dom Star was named Albury's Club Person of the Year.