Michelsen Medal winner Adam Baird capped a superb season by winning the Golden Square best and fairest award.
Baird polled 121 votes to finish five clear of consistent defender Jon Coe, with skipper Jack Geary in third place on 114.
Jake Thrum was fourth on 105 votes, with Liam Barrett rounding out the top five on 89 votes.
Jayden Burke was the Bulldogs' leading goalkicker, while Matt Compston won the coaches award and Zac Shelton the rising star trophy.
Zoe Douglass was rewarded for her fine season on the netball court by winning the A-grade best and fairest award.
Douglass edged out Millie Donegan by two votes in a thrilling count.
Doulgass polled 18 votes to Donegan's 16, with Maddy Keighran in third on 12. Keighran won the coaches award.
There was a tie for the senior women's football best and fairest award.
Premiership players Sarah Ingram and Jessica Cox couldn't be split. Amanda Carrod was next best and also collected the goalkicking trophy.
In reserves football, Dean Norris won the best and fairest award ahead of Dylan Lloyd, while Henry Anderton won the coaches award and Ben Parkes was named most improved.
Harry Burke won the under-18 best and fairest award from Ricky Monti. The coaches award went to Josh Taig and Fraser Bynon was most improved.
In A-reserve netball the best and fairest trophy went to Abby Rowe, with Keely Wilson runner-up.
Maddie Kelly and Cassy Humphreys tied for the B-grade netball best and fairest, with Shelby Trigg next best. The coaches and players awards went to Ally Flynn.
Nikki Wilson won the B-reserve netball best and fairest ahead of Em McDougall.
Renee Brown won the coaches award, while McDougall collcted the players award.
There were joint winners in the 17-and-under netball best and fairest.
Abbey Clohesy and Maddie Marks both polled 21 votes to finish one clear of Ash O'Shea.
Audrey Andrews won the coaches award.
The GSFNC club person of the year went to Kevin Lowry, while Alan Clowling, Ian Symons and Richie Nulty were honoured with life membership of the club.
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