Twin City Wanderers midfielder Cayne Wilhem rates his second club best and fairest award even higher than his first.
The former coach and captain polled 105 votes to finish a clear winner ahead of skipper Jayson Ferguson on 73 at the Wanderers' presentation on Saturday night.
Wilhelm, 27, first won the Archie Thompson Medal back in 2011 as a 19-year-old and said this one means even more to him.
He also won the Bernice Sullivan Perpetual Trophy for his efforts, named in his grandmother's honour, which was presented by his mother, Sandi, while Archie Thompson's mother, Esther, presented the medal.
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"It's probably a bit more special. I'm a bit older now," Wilhelm said.
"I was playing in a different position as well, so playing in the midfield certainly helps.
"I thought I had a pretty good year.
"I didn't get any injuries this year, which always helps and I had a bit more freedom I suppose and enjoyed it a bit more.
"I told Shaun (brother and senior coach Shaun Wilhelm) I didn't want the captaincy this year because I just wanted to play.
"At the time, I had a one-year-old and I couldn't train all the time, so I had a bit less responsibility on the field and enjoyed it."
Wilhelm also claimed the Players' Player award.
Bradley Coulston won the reserve men's best and fairest from Cristian Sanchez, while AWFA reserve women's Star Player Chantal Dunphy capped off a strong season by taking out her side's top award ahead of Jasmine Murphy.