Jordan Harrington has capped a superb season by taking out Lockhart's best and fairest.
The midfielder was a stand-out throughout the Hume league season and it was little surprise to see him prevail at the club's vote count on Friday night.
"It's awesome, I love it," Harrington said.
"Obviously you want to win finals but if you're not going to, it's good to win things like that.
"I got the shield and when you see the names of the other players that have won it, they're absolute legends out there so to be named alongside them is very special.
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"This year it just seemed to come together every game for me and the side we had definitely helped.
"Our football probably deserved to make finals but we were a little bit up and down.
"We nearly matched it with Osborne when we played them but then we lost to Howlong in the last round.
"It was a bit like that for us."
Jake Phillips was runner-up to Harrington, with Blake Jones named most courageous.
The coaches award went to Chayte Burkinshaw while Andrew Emery took out the Demons' goal-kicking title.
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