Connor Caponechhia has captured his first senior best and fairest at Myrtleford.
The Savoy junior product was a popular winner of the Novak Medal, polling 24 votes to finish a runaway winner on Saturday night.
Troy Pawlik was runner-up with 16, while Jesse Stephens finished third on 13 votes.
Caponecchia follows in the footsteps of his father, Robert, who was a previous winner of the award.
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"I was pretty fortunate this year, I only missed one game throughout the season and that probably helped me with polling votes," Caponecchia said.
"Coming back to Myrtleford (from Murray United) was the best decision, I wasn't really enjoying football prior to this.
"I've got some unfinished business in terms of winning a league and a cup.
"I wouldn't really count last year as me winning a league and cup considering I only played 10 minutes."
The club also celebrated its 60th anniversary at Saturday's presentation.