SOUTH Bendigo's on-field leader Brady Childs marked another fine footy season for the Bloods by winning the team champion award.
The club's best and fairest vote count and awards presentation was held on Friday night at the QEO social rooms.
A highlight of the night was life membership being awarded to Rick Coburn, senior coach the past seven seasons, and to long-time secretary Garry Smith.
Coburn was also presented with the Vin Fitzgerald Memorial award for best clubperson.
The A-grade netball best and fairest award was won by Bree Hayes.
South Bendigo FNC's major award winners for the 2013 season:
Seniors - Best and fairest: Brady Childs. Runner-up: Aaron Connaughton. Goalkicking: Justin Maddern, 67. Best first year: Jake Smythe. Tom Harrington Memorial trophy, most improved: Adrian Crawford.
Reserves - Best and fairest: Tom Pain. Runner-up: Jayden Sheean. Goalkicking: Neville Clark, 36.
Under-18 - Best and fairest: Kieran Strachan. Runner-up: Mitch Hocking.
A-grade netball - Best and fairest: Bree Hayes. Runner-up: Shelby Thatcher.
A-reserve - Best and fairest: Sarah Nash. Runner-up: Justine Fitzgibbon.
B-grade - Best and fairest: Amy Buckell. Runner-up: Sheridan Tyzzer.
B-reserve - Best and fairest: Kate Dargaville. Runner-up: Rachael Andrews.
17-and-under - Best and fairest: Ashley Ryan. Runner-up: Eden Gadsden.
List of all Bloods' award winners for last season on page 22
Captain marks a great year
The Bloods awarded life membership to Rick Coburn and Garry Smith