Before this season Abbie Jennings had never won an A-grade best and fairest award, but it had always been one of her goals.
The 22-year-old can now tick it off her to-do list after earning the accomplishment in her first season with Holbrook.
"It's funny because the first thing I said at the start of the season was that I would love nothing more than to win this year, but not thinking that I ever would," she said.
"It was unexpected, but very exciting."
Jennings has previously played netball for North Wagga, but joined the Brookers after moving to town for work.
While she didn't know anyone at the club before arriving, she now finds herself lining-up against her former teammate and newly appointed Henty coach Kelsey Leaver.
"Kelsey and I played together in the midcourt at North Wagga, and now we're playing against each other," she said.
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Jennings, who also plays touch football and basketball, said she enjoyed her first Hume League experience.
"It was a bit scary at the start because I didn't know anyone, but I really enjoyed it and everyone was really welcoming," she said.
"I'll definitely be back next year.
"Hopefully we can have the same sort of team."
Holbrook's A-grade side finished the season in ninth spot with four wins.
Jennings was followed in the club vote count by Tayla Byrne, while Chloe Stewart took out the B-grade best and fairest award from Ollie Schuur and Rozzie McKenna.
Chloe Parker was runner-up to Shannon Cossor in C-grade, with Dakota Bennett edging out Courtney Potocnik in C-reserve.
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