Two Bendigo Pioneers stars and a Gisborne young gun were honoured at Thursday night's NAB League awards.
Pioneers' under-19 girls stars Elizabeth Snell and Tara Slender were named in the NAB League girls Team of the Year.
Snell was named in a forward pocket and Slender was named on the interchange bench.
Their form with the Pioneers propelled them onto AFLW lists.
Athletic forward Slender was picked by North Melbourne with selection 19 of the AFLW Draft, while midfielder Snell was picked up by the Western Bulldogs with selection 26.
"They both had terrific seasons for the club and deserved their selection in the Team of the Year,'' Pioneers' coach Danny O'Bree said.
"The hard work they put in was justified by them being picked up by AFLW clubs.
"We look forward to seeing them play at the highest level."
The Pioneers didn't have a player finish inside the top of the NAB League girls best and fairest award.
Calder's Georgie Prespakis was a runaway winner of the award with 21 votes - seven clear of Northern's Ava Jordan.
Gisborne on-baller Flynn Lakey was a joint winner of the Morrish Medal in the NAB League boys competition.
Lakey, who plays for the Calder Cannons, and Greater Western Victoria Rebels key position player Joshua Rentsch polled 12 votes each.
On top of his NAB League commitments, Lakey played seven senior games for Gisborne in the BFNL this year.
He was in the Bulldogs' best players five times, including a best on ground performance against Maryborough.
"Flynn was super in most games he played for us,'' Gisborne coach Rob Waters said.
"He complimented our mids really well. He got in and won the ball and fed it out to them.
"He's a star, that kid. It's great for Gisborne to play a part in the development of these young players.
"I'm told (Gisborne midfielder) Brad Bernacki lost the Morrish Medal by a vote a couple of years ago when he was in the NAB League."
Key position player Caleb Ernst polled the most votes for the Pioneers, with eight.
Midfielder Sam Conforti was a further two votes behind on six.
Even though the Pioneers finished fourth on the ladder with a 6-5 record, the club didn't have a player named in the NAB League boys Team of the Year.
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