Wodonga's Bob Jackson has won the batting aggregate - at 44 years of age.
Cricket Albury-Wodonga has announced its winners with Jackson one of the oldest players to win the top batting award in association history.
"You're always learning because once you stop learning you give it away and I'm a long way from giving it away," he said.
"I'm still learning about this new competition when they changed it last year, that threw something at me that I had to work out."
In the past two seasons, CAW has moved entirely to a shortened T20 competition (five rounds and a grand final) and a 50-over competition (18 rounds plus finals).
Jackson has spent much of his 30 years in first grade playing the longer version, such as 80 overs.
"I wasn't sure where I fitted into it all, is there a role there for me?," he asked.
"The guys (co-coaches) said we need you at (number) three this year to steer the ship a little bit, so I thought, 'righto, I can do that'."
"It's all about adapting and I think I adapted alright."
Jackson has been a superstar since joining the association from Wagga more than a decade ago, so it's surprising this is the first time he's topped the aggregate (after the regular season) since his single-season record-breaking year of 2013-14.
The former Australian Country rep hit 647 runs in the home and away season, averaging 71.89 to edge out Albury's Innocent Kaia (642).
With finals included, Kaia topped the list with 702 (at 63.82) from North Albury's Ash Borella (687 at 40.41) and Jackson (678 at 61.64).
Meanwhile, Wodonga co-coach Cam Suidgeest topped the bowling with 42 wickets at 12.52 from North's Jake Burge (36 wickets at 13.22).
Suidgeest has just finished his second year after a long stint in Canberra, including time with the ACT-NSW Country Comets.
The right-arm quick is now a premiership coach, along with Tom Johnson and Jack Craig, after Wodonga claimed the premiership as the highest ranked team when the grand final was cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis.
At district level, Dederang's Andrew Creamer won Cricketer of the Year (1148 votes) from Mount Beauty's Daniel Saville (1110).
Saville snared the batting (640), while Howlong's Aaron Hoskin nabbed the bowling (31).
In the Hume league, The Rock-Yerong Creek's Todd Hannam bolted in Cricketer of the Year (1098 votes) from Walla's Joel Merkel (874).
Merkel grabbed the bowling (29), while Hannam smashed 658 runs.
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At under 16 division one level, Wodonga's Oliver Clifford won Cricketer of the Year, while East Albury's Max Diffey topped the batting.
In under 14s, Baranduda's Judah Hood won champion player and batting, with Jordan Wells the bowling.