HDNA - Tarnee Orr has claimed back-to-back thirteen and under CKS Swifts junior netball best and fairest honours.
Orr received 30 votes to pick up the highest accolade once again following a stellar season in the centre position.
Sophie Bird was runner up with 20 votes, while Darcy Crawford rounded out the top three with 14.
Crawford also picked up the coach's award for her efforts under the goal ring this season.
It was close in the 15 and under CKS Swifts vote count, with defender Jorja Folkes just edging out shooter Claire Cain for top honours.
Folkes finished with 30 votes to take home the 2013 best and fairest from Cain on 29.
The 15 and under coach's award went to Mikaela Pahl.
Isabella Robson went one further this season in the 17 and unders junior vote count.
After finishing joint runner up in 2012, Robson claimed the best and fairest for a solid season in defence.
It was again tight at the top with the defender polling 25 votes, just one ahead of runner up Brodie Winton.
Winton shone this season in the mid court and her runner up trophy will be added to the cabinet alongside the Horsham District Netball Association Blue Ribbon Foundation Spirit of Netball award she received in round eleven.
In third place was goalkeeper Madison Rutter with 20 points.
CKS Swifts mods netballers had an outstanding year, winning every game.
Olivia Barber and Kasey Bibby-Rickard were joint best and fairest winners, while Lucy Webster and Elissa Jess shared runner up honours.
Rachel Lindsay received the mods coach's award.
13 and under netball - Tarnee Orr 30 (votes), Sophie Bird 20, Darcy Crawford 14, Hugh Carey 7, Makyla Rowe 5, Isabella Simmons 4; 15 and unders - Jorja Folkes 30 (votes), Claire Cain 29, Jessie Cowen 17, Chelsea Chatfield 15, Darcy Lembo 5; 17 and unders - Isabella Robson 25 (votes), Brodie Winton 24, Madison Rutter 20, Courtney Lanagan 13, Taryn Wynd 10.