HDFL - Ryan Folkes and Angus Murray capped off a sterling season with CKS Swifts by taking home the junior football best and fairest awards.
Folkes received 33 votes to take home the top award in the under 17 division while Murray claimed the under 14 spoils.
Zach Salmi was under 17 runner up with 31 votes and he also took home under 17 leading goalkicker with 65 goals for the season.
Rounding out the top three was Ben Taylor on 29 votes.
Taylor didn't go home empty handed after being awarded with the rising star trophy.
Luke Thompson was voted best first year player while his brother, Hayden Thompson, received the most consistent under 17 player award.
Angus Murray polled 35 votes to win the Baggies under 14 best and fairest, edging out Sam Raeck by just one.
Raeck took home the under 14 leading goalkicker award after booting 72 for the season.
Rising star in the under 14s went to Seth Blake, who finished third in the vote count with 34 votes.
Tyler McHenry was named under 14 best first year player, Caleb Holden claimed most consistent and Brody Hughston took home the coach's award.
Ethan Kennedy and Nick Newton were rewarded with trophies for notching up 100 junior games with CKS Swifts.
Under 17 football - Ryan Folkes 33 (votes), Zach Salmi 31, Ben Taylor 29, Hayden Thompson 23, Liam Scott 19; Under 14 football - Angus Murray 35, Sam Raeck 34, Seth Blake 27, Caleb Holden 22, Paul Enriquez 21.