Another name will be added to the long and illustrious list of Les Boyd Medal winners when the Cootamundra Bulldogs hold their 2019 vote count on Sunday night.
To be held in conjunction with the final game of the season, an away match against Young, players and supporters will gather at the Ex-Services Club from 5.30pm where votes for all 18 rounds will be tallied.
Unlike previous seasons where the winner became obvious mid way into the count, this year's vote is expected to be a much closer affair.
The likes of teenage forward Wayne Parker, and light weight back rower Luke Levett are certain to poll votes as they have toiled through almost 80-minutes of every game they have played this year, while hooker James Woolford, who will be looking for a big match against his former club has played every minute of every match apart from a 10 minute stint in the sin bin.
Haydn Cowled has been an absolute stand out over the past month and if he is within striking distance over the closing rounds he could easily storm home.
Co-coach Matt Forsyth has been inspirational in a tough season and should poll well, although injuries may have an impact on his final tally, while the versatile Jordyn Ballard has also had a consistent year.
The reserve grade medal is also an open affair, with last year's winner and medal namesake Grant Boyd among the contenders.
Grant Miller, who was lured out of retirement this year, is always a crowd favourite, while fellow veteran Andrew Bucknell has enjoyed a fine return to the field as well.
Bucknell's co-coach David Buttriss is expected to collect votes in a lot of his games, but has missed a few through injury, while the sleeper in the reserve grade ranks could be Mitch Kemp who gets through a mountain of work with little fuss.
The night will also double as the drawing of the ball drop after inclement weather last Sunday meant the scheduled helicopter could not make the trip.
As an added incentive the committee has added additional prizemoney to the draw, with $10,000 for first, $1000 for second, $500 for third followed by 10 draws for $100.
All ticket holders are welcome to join the club for the draw which is expected to take place around 7pm.