Luke Partington and Matthew Snook were named joint Best and Fairest winners after both polled 133 votes for the 2o21 season.
Snook played all 21 games in 2021, averaging 25.4 disposals, seven clearances and 6.5 tackles. Partington was struck with injury late in the season and played 18 games, with an average of 24.3 disposals and 5.5 inside 50s per game.
Both were also major contenders for the Magarey Medal, with Snook again finishing one point behind as joint runner-up, while Partington finished four points behind the winners on equal third.
The Club congratulates this dynamic duo for another outstanding season, as well as the other award winners for their efforts.
RESERVES TRADEMARK PLAYER
RESERVES BEST AND FAIREST
Premiership Reserves captain Brady Searle has again claimed both Reserves award. Searle had a stellar season and was particularly instrumental in the Reserves finals campaign, averaging 22.8 disposals, 6.2 tackles and 5.8 clearances.
Brady also finished the season with two League games, making his debut in Round 7 and kicking his first League goal in Round 8
STAN WICKHAM TROPHY – RISING STAR
E R CURNOW AWARD
R E CAMPBELL LEAGUE BEST TEAM MAN
GFC MOST IMPROVED PLAYER
BEST FIRST YEAR PLAYER
SNOUTS LOUTS AWARD
LEAGUE TRADEMARK PLAYER
Sam Durdin (38 votes)