Tough as teak former O and M player Dom Brew won Nightcliff's best and fairest on Sunday.
The 24-year-old's tackling and attack on the ball with the minor premiers in his debut season in the Northern Territory Football League have captured the league's attention.
"It's a privilege to win, I'm just loving the style of footy and just really enjoying my football," Brew offered.
It's a privilege to win, I'm just loving the style of footy and just really enjoying my football.Dom Brew
It's his second top award after claiming North Albury's best and fairest before joining Werribee in 2017.
He finished runner-up in Werribee's 2019 count.
"It's a bit more free-flowing, the conditions are a lot different, it's more slippery with the humidity and it's the wet season, so obviously it's rained a fair bit, but I'm having a lot of fun playing up here," he said.
The on-baller also played in the NT's first rep game for 15 years, alongside team-mates Daniel Bowles (Wodonga Raiders) and Brodie Filo (ex-Raiders), along with boom Wangaratta recruit Abraham Ankers.
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The Tigers claimed the minor premiership by six points, with just the two losses from 18 games.
NTFL operates under a top five system, with the grand final on March 20.