PENSHURST coach Justin Eales collected one medal on Monday night and is hoping to add a second when the Bombers vie for the Mininera and District league premiership on Saturday.
Eales won the league's senior football best and fairest award with 25 votes from Tatyoon's David Brady (20) and SMW Rovers' Andrew Toan (19).
Great Western's Andrew Cameron (18), Lismore-Derrinallum's Michael Lockyer (17) and Hawkesdale-Macarthur's Brady Purcell (16) rounded out the top six.
Former Warrnambool footballer Eales will lead the Bombers in Saturday's grand final against Great Western.
Great Western's Luke Notting was crowned reserves best and fairest after polling 23 votes.
Lismore-Derrinallum's Warrick Miller (20) and Moyston-Willaura's Patrick Frawley (16) finished second and third respectively.
Teenager Hamish Wortley did grand final-bound Hawkesdale-Macarthur proud, winning the under 16 best and fairest with 26 votes.
Glenthompson-Dunkeld's Dylan Eats (18) was second with Penshurst's Aaron Glare (17) in third.
Lismore-Derrinallum's Jack Sanders (14) was next best followed by five players on 13 votes.
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