HE took out almost every league award there was to win and now Levi Dare has added club champion to his growing list of accolades.
The gun ruckman took out Cobden’s best-and-fairest award by polling 192 votes, 48 ahead of his brother Joe.
The accolade added to the Maskell Medal and league MVP award he won earlier this month.
He was also the Bombers’ leading goalkicker.
Cobden was one of a host of Hampden league clubs to hold their best-and-fairest award counts on Sunday, a day after the bumper grand final.
Recruit Maddie Smedts took out the A grade netball count with 27 votes, ahead of Natalie Hinkley on 20.
Sam Chapman, who along with the Dare brothers and Warrnambool’s Tim Hunt was part of the historic four-way Maskell Medal tie, claimed Camperdown’s top football award.
Chapman polled 121 votes to beat young onballer Luke Clark on 91. The award capped off a stellar season for the 30-year-old.
He also represented Victoria One at the Australian Country Football Championships at Wagga Wagga.
The Magpies’ A grade netball best-and-fairest award mirrored the league standings, with Tracey Baker winning from Leah Sinnott.
Ben Goodall was the pick of the Saints after a brilliant first half of the season, polling 76 votes to finish ahead of Sam Dobson on 59.
Premiership-winning coach Jacqui Bowman earned the A grade netball honour with 66 votes from injured shooter Marissa Chapman, who polled 48.
Across at Port Fairy, Sam McCarthy received reward for his consistent campaign by winning the Seagulls’ best-and-fairest award ahead of Nick Sheehan.
Youth trumped experience in the A grade count as Rebekah Moroney edged out Nicole Dwyer.
Warrnambool, South Warrnambool, North Warrnambool Eagles and Terang Mortlake will have their presentation nights tomorrow or on the weekend.