For the first time since 2011, there's joint winners of the Albury and District grade three pennant Bowler of the Year.
Culcairn's Phil Lee, Howlong's Phil Slater and Henty's Mick Broughan earned 16 votes apiece and were declared winners after the season was cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic.
After eight rounds, Lee had the outright lead on 15 by two votes with Slater, Broughan, last year's winner Terry Hensel (Culcairn), Kim Maher (Henty), Luke Daly (Howlong) and Lavington pair Ian Nixon and Vic Moore all within reach on 13.
Lee polled one vote in the ninth and final round, while Slater and Broughan each picked up a three to lock the trio on 16-apiece.
Bill Stagg, Vic Moore, Colin Firman and Graeme Wake tied for the award in 2011.
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Commercial's Neville Aylmore was a runaway winner in grade four, polling 19 of a maximum 24 votes.
Aylmore picked up six threes and a one to finish ahead of teammate Les Murphy, Holbrook's Chris Heather and North Albury's Wally Delaney on 14.
Rand's Scott Pollard claimed the top honour in grade five on 25 votes, with Commercial's Pat Parnell his closest rival on 21.
There was dual winners in grade six with North Albury's Mick Day and Lavington's Allan James picking up 18 votes apiece.
Michael Hodgess made it back-to-back wins for Urana bowlers in grade seven, grabbing 18 votes to pip North Albury's Mick Baz and Peter Lyon on 17.