WNA - Stawell Warriors netballers Jemma Clarkson, Erin Freeland and Amelia Pollock were all honoured at the Wimmera Netball Association's senior best and fairest on Monday night.
Clarkson and Freeland both received runner up honours in A and B grade, while Pollock finished equal third in the C grade vote count.
Pollock also took out the highest C grade goal scorer for the season with 304 goals, 37 ahead of her nearest rival.
The Hatcher Medal for A grade best and fairest went to Warrack Eagles Sarah Spicer (formerly Koschitzke) and Horsham RSL Diggers Annie Noonan with 19 votes, edging Clarkson into second place on 18.
Clarkson spent the majority of 2013 in the centre position, filling in when needed at goal attack.
Stawell Warriors A grade coach Liza Cook was full of praise for Clarkson, who also coached A grade in season 2011 and 2012.
"Jemma was goal attack last year too, but being in the midcourt, running the whole length of the court was taking a little bit of pressure off her," Cook said.
"It gave her a licence to run and do what she does best. Jemma had a fantastic season and was really consistent."
In the B grade vote count, Erin Freeland received 24 votes and finished four behind B grade best and fairest, Horsham Demons Mel Scott.
Teammate Jaiden Bach came in fourth on 17 votes.
Stawell B grade coach Christine Graveson was quietly confident that Freeland would pick up an award at Monday night's awards after a stellar season.
"On Sunday, she had a stand out game and read the ball beautifully in defence," Graveson said.
"Erin's all arms and legs and is very unpredictable to goalies. She also reads the ball and the play really well and is very athletic."
Amelia Pollock polled 16 votes in C grade to tie for third place with Jenna Sears from Dimboola.
The pair finished behind winner Amy Kemp from Horsham Demons (25) and Warrack Eagles Renae Nurse (17).
C grade coach Kristy Matthews picked up the award on behalf of Pollock on Monday night and told The Stawell Times-News, the goalie has had a 'wonderful season.'
"Amelia's been very consistent and continued to score high numbers every week," Matthews said.
"She's worked hard for what she's got and is a very determined girl."