Connor Galvin has been rewarded for another outstanding season after claiming Osborne's best and fairest over the weekend.
It was the classy Galvin's second best and fairest after also winning the award in 2018.
Galvin polled 50 votes to score a runaway victory over Ainslie recruit Hayden Armstrong on 28.
Sam Rutland (24), Sam Livingstone (18), Ed O'Connell (17) and Sam Stening (17) rounded out the top-six.
Galvin is also one of the favourites to claim the Azzi medal.
Osborne coach Joel Mackie said Galvin took his game to another level this season.
"We had a chat over the off-season about taking that next step," Mackie said.
"Connor has always been an outstanding player but the challenge was if he could go to the next level I guess.
"His work rate at training lifted and as a result I made him co-captain and gave him a bit more responsibility.
"He relished the challenge and won the best and fairest by a big margin."
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President Jason Gooden announced at the vote count that Mackie had re-signed for a third season as coach of the Tigers.
"It's exciting to be coaching again and I've really enjoyed my time at Osborne so far," he said.
"I suppose with COVID there is some unfinished business and hopefully it's third time lucky and we can get a full season next year.
"We had 36-players that played seniors this year and nine juniors made their senior debut which augurs well for the future."
Gooden said Mackie had made a huge impression in his two COVID interrupted seasons at the club.
"The club is excited that Joel has agreed to coach again," he said.
"Joel's record speaks for itself and his commitment and passion to football inspires the players."
The club also unveiled a new electronic scoreboard which it used to display the respective vote counts.
Sally Hunter beat Caren Hugo in the A-grade netball best and fairest.
350 people attended the vote count with Jamie Parr and Marty Bahr acknowledged for notching their 200-match milestones.
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