Tim Jones won successive club best and fairests for the Albury-Wodonga Spitfires men last night.
The defender picked up 28 votes to go back-to-back for the top award at the Capital League outfit's presentation at Brady's Railway Hotel.
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Dom Wild almost captured the top gong in his first season back at the club, finishing four shy on 24 votes, while young defender Noah Erdeljac rounded out the top three on 14 votes.
Hockey Albury-Wodonga division one men's best and fairest Sam Quick picked up nine votes, Oscar Smart and co-coach Jeremy Payne polled eight apiece, while goalkeeper Patrick Baine collected seven votes.
In the women's award, Jackleene Macarthur capped off an impressive debut season with the club to win the best and fairest by five votes.
Macarthur joined the Spitifres from Wagga this year and polled 27 votes to edge out captain Sam Daly on 22, while goalkeeper Samantha Campbell was third on 18.
Experienced defender Sherren Rahaley and new midfielder Kate Reynolds, who won the Hockey Albury-Wodonga division one women's best and fairest, tied for fourth on 12.
Promising young striker Summer Sutherland was next on 10, while Chloe Jones picked up nine votes for the season.