NAVARRE - Ben Scott was a runaway winner in the Navarre senior vote count last Saturday night.
After round eight, Scott led with 23 votes ahead of first year senior coach Brent Flood (17) and coach Daniel Parkin (15).
The midfielder then received two best on ground votes in a row to seal his win after round 15 and he then polled five votes in the grand final to finish with a total of 40.
Scott received the AFL Country Victoria best on ground medal for his performance in Navarre's premiership win.
A late rush of votes for captain Louis Hannett and defender Josh Driscoll saw them tie for runner up honours with 25 each.
Hannett, who has battled a dodgy hamstring all season, and Driscoll were presented with trophies by Joe Peacock.
Onballer Nic Murphy is another player who has made a triumphant return from injury to receive the most consistent award while most improved player was Ash Driscoll.
Ben Scott also received the best player in finals accolade and most selectors votes.
Kris Brennan was Navarre's leading goal kicker in the home and away season for the second year in a row, booting 53 to receive the Sutherland family trophy.
Brian Lovison received the coaches award (chosen by Daniel Parkin and Brent Flood) for a fantastic finals series in which he shut down the number one opponent.
In the Navarre reserves vote count, ruckman Ben Crichton received top honours.
Brian Lovison was leading after round eight but Crichton took the lead following round 14 and went on to win with 32 votes.
Lovison (26) and Lenny Polkinghorne (22) rounded out the top three.
Reserves most consistent went to Luke Wilkinson while Adam Treloar was voted most improved player.
Brian Lovison won the reserves selectors award and Ben Crichton was voted best player in finals.