Koroit's Kylie Grayland has achieved something not many people could say they've done.
She won her seventh Hampden league best and fairest award.
Grayland, who has a division one best and fairest to her name, took out the division two count for the sixth time on Sunday.
The Saint, who finished with 29 votes, was two clear of Port Fairy's Katherine Barker.
"It's really good, I don't play for the individual award I play for a premiership which is what we're playing for on Saturday," Grayland said.
"So that's pretty exciting."
The Saints, who finished third on the ladder, will take on Port Fairy at Reid Oval.
"It'll be a really good game to watch," Grayland said.
Koroit, which won the premiership last year, beat the Seagulls by two goals in round eight and the teams drew in round 17.
The Saints won the second semi-final duel to progress to the grand final.
Grayland, a two-time premiership player, said she enjoyed being at Koroit.
"I love being around the club, the vibe at the club is awesome," she said.
Grayland thanked her husband Marc and sons Jaspah, 15, and Jett, 12.
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