If the Hampden league's netball coaches gave out a champion player award, Warrnambool goalie Amy Wormald would win it.
According to the open grade leaders, Wormald is the favourite for the competition's best and fairest count on Sunday.
It would be an incredible victory considering she missed the first two matches of the season and has battled with plantar fasciitis this year.
But Wormald overcame adversity to shoot 411 goals and feature in her team's best 13 times.
Her highest goal tally was a whopping 54 in round seven - a total many teams struggle to reach in a match.
The athletic goalie, who was named best on court for her team on five occasions, also played nine games for the Warrnambool Mermaids this season.
Wormald was also named best on court in the Hampden league's win over Ballarat in Community Championships clash in May.
Camperdown mentor Brooke Richardson said Wormald is her tip for the count.
"She is a strong goal attack who not only shoots but makes an impact defensively down the court," she said.
Port Fairy coach Rhiannon Cuomo said the Blue was one of the league's best attacking players.
"I just think she's quite a standout attacker and quite a strong presence on the court in that Warrnambool team," she said.
Portland mentor Lauren Hockley also thinks Wormald is the favourite.
"She has had a strong season," she said.
"Her netball ability has rocketed. Strength under the post and defensive efforts rewarded."
Hamilton Kangaroos coach Kelsey Lewis is expecting a tight count.
"I think it''ll be close," she said. "I think she's had a really consistent season and is an impact player in that Warrnambool team."
Lewis believes Cobden's Emily Finch will also poll well.
Koroit leader Stacey O'Sullivan suspects Wormald will have the edge.
"I think this year is the most open it's ever been," she said.
"I just don't know if she's played enough games. I think she will poll strongly toward the end of the season.
"She's a very dominant player for Warrnambool and a big part of their team."
O'Sullivan said Warrnambool started to make its mark this season after Wormald recovered from injury.
Prior to the season, the Saints coach predicted the Blues would be the team to beat this year.
North Warrnambool Eagles mentor Jaime Barr said it was hard to tell who would take out this year's top gong.
"It (the winner) generally comes from the top three or four sides but in saying that, the competition was so close this year," she said.
But she believes Wormald will be right up there.
"She will go pretty close I would have thought, she's had a standout year," she said.
"I think she's been the fittest I've seen her in a long while and her work rate has been really high this year."
Cobden mentor Mel Starr said her midcourter Amy Hammond was a chance to take out the count.
"I feel like she's had a really solid season and I know she's been tough to match up on," she said.
"She's controlled our attacking end all season."
Terang Mortlake coach Lisa Arundell believes North Warrnambool Eagles goal keeper Jordyn Billings will be right in the mix.
"She's been in great form this season and each time we played them she was a standout," Arundell said.
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