Fresh off announcing its new coach, the Sebastopol Vikings have crowned Kyle Cushion as its team best and fairest winner.
Cushion won the Rod Oppenhuis medal after edging out Santo Salvatore and 2018 winner Joris Kerstens.
Speaking after winning the award, Cushion said he was thankful for being chosen and was looking forward to the team's next campaign.
"It's really an honor to get this award," he said.
"It's been a great experience and although we had a tough year I think as a group with the new ground and (new coach) Corey (Smith) coming it's going to be a great season in 2020."
Another newcomer in Jordan Armstrong won the Fred Maggi award for most improved player in a season that culminated in a last round winning goal.
Top goal-scoring award was a three-way tie between Jal Tuany, Liam Dawson and Adrian Curtain.
Brandon Bosher won the club's BDSA senior best and fairest and golden boot award.
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