STAWELL - Courtney McIlvride has taken out Stawell Warriors seventeen and under best and fairest vote count for 2013.
The count went right down to the wire, with Meg Walker and Lucy Pollock also challenging for top honours.
Both players polled well in the final round although it was McIlvride who came away with the best and fairest with 40 votes, one ahead of Walker (39).
Pollock finished third with 38 votes.
Kearnie Warren was fourth on 27 and Hayley Reading finished fifth with 20.
Brianna Hyslop came away with the 17 and under coach's award.
Kirby Griffiths stood tall for Stawell Warriors 15 and under A side all season and was rewarded with the best and fairest trophy.
Griffiths received the maximum votes 10 times to finish on top with 45 votes, six clear of runner up Jordan Austin (39).
Darcie Jelly rounded out the top three with 26 votes, while Dana Humphrey (24) and Natasha Reading (23) also polled well.
Jelly caught the eye of the coaches in 2013 and came away with the coach's award.
Kimberly Blake was a clear stand out in the Stawell Warriors 15 and under B best and fairest vote count.
Blake finished on top with 59 votes, and received an amazing 16 best and court votes.
Runner up honours went to Sophie Barber with 45 votes, while third was Madison Smith on 36.
Madison Smith received the coach's award.
Eliza Bennett capped off a solid season in the premiership winning 13 and under Stawell Warriors side, taking home the best and fairest trophy.
Bennett polled well, particularly in the first half of the season to receive the award with 47 votes.
Daisy Walker received runner up honours on 40, finishing three ahead of Mia Jensz (37). Bonnie McIlvride (31) and Kasey Mornane (27) rounded out the top five.
The 13 and under coaches award went to Bonnie McIlvride.