Nick Wright has claimed Culcairn's best and fairest award.
The former junior returned to the club this season after a stint with CSU and didn't disappoint.
Wright scored a convincing win over Wodonga Raiders' recruit Jack Chesser.
Despite his size, Wright was one of the hardest midfielders at the contest for the Lions and was also awarded the club's most courageous player.
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Chesser was equally impressive in his first season in the maroon and blue.
He also won the club's leading goalkicker and best first year player.
Chesser averaged more than three goals a match to finish the season with 48 goals from 14 matches.
The clever small forward caused plenty of headaches for opposition defences with his strong marking and is also a classy finisher.
Chesser has re-signed with the Lions for next season.
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