Wangaratta Rovers' Mitch Booth claimed the league's reserve grade best and fairest on Friday night.
Booth streeted away with 16 votes from Wangaratta's Chris Knowles, Angus Geddes of Albury and Yarrawonga's Max Hemphill, all on nine.
He polled in seven of the 13 games for the Leo Burke Medal.
"It's very humbling, obviously my old man (Mark) has had a lot to do with the football club and the league, I've always said if I can be half as good as my old man I'll be a good footballer, but I'm not there yet," he offered.
If I can be half as good as my old man (Mark) I'll be a good footballer.- Mitch Booth
Emerging Yarrawonga teen Ben Woodburn (25 votes) won by 10 in the under 18s Leo Dean Medal, snaring votes in 12 games.
He grabbed five best on grounds with the win coming days after finishing school.
"It means the world to me, I had a big pre-season so it was good it paid off."
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Myrtleford's Thomas Cappellari (15) and Rovers' Alex McCarthy (14) were next.
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