RUCKMAN Tim Martin capped-off an outstanding return to Bendigo football by adding Sandhurst's best and fairest to his Michelsen Medal on Friday night.
Martin dominated the Sandy McPherson/Leo Hartney Memorial Award count with more than double the votes of his nearest team-mate.
Martin polled 315 votes, with zippy half-forward Joel Wharton finishing runner-up on 153 votes.
A host of midfielders filled the next four spots - Nick Stagg (152), captain Blair Holmes (144), Mitch Dole (141) and Jon Coghlan (140).
Andrew O'Connor took home the Coach's Award and Lachlan Ross was best first-year player.
Tom Dee was named the reserves best and fairest ahead of Tim Wood.
Seb Greene - the George Symons medallist as the BFNL best under-18s player - also won Sandhurst's award, with Dylan Pierce runner-up.
Star mid-courter Ebony Matthews was crowned the A-grade netball best and fairest, with Brooke Bolton runner-up.
Gabriella Greene added the 'Hurst's A-reserve award to her best on court medal in the grand final.
Briona Giddings and Erica Dalrymple-Monro shared the B-grade award, while Alex Ingram was named best in B-reserve.
Michael Sheehan was recognised with the Perez Family Memorial Award as best club person. Kevin Walsh and Peter Perez were awarded life membership.