Coota Blues captain Phil Bird has dominated the Blues' presentation night, which was conducted at the Cootamundra Ex-Services Club on Saturday night.
Bird took out four awards.
He was the popular winner of the Blues' best fairest, he won the Ron Nieuwendyk award for the most votes in the league best and fairest, and he was awarded the best player in the finals.
Locally, Bird's best and fairest award was his second having previously been awarded the Blues' best in 2015.
Three weeks ago, the Blues skipper was awarded the best and fairest player in AFL Canberra Regional grade competition.
To cap off a fine night, Bird received a special plaque for playing 100 consecutive matches for the Blues.
The Blues skipper has not missed a match since the start of 2014 (six seasons of footy).
At the end of the 2019 season, Bird has now played 102 consecutive matches.
Runner-up to the best and fairest was the Blues coach, Luke Webb, while Sam Baldock's break out season saw the tall ruckman finish third.
The most improved player was 18-year-old Brandon Sanderson who hails from Young.
Rookie of the year was Jack Caldwell, while a fellow Stockinbingal footballer Nick Holt was awarded the player with the most potential.
The player's player award, as judged by the players after every match, was won by Sam Baldock.
Todd Basham presented his president's award to Zac Oliver who was assistant coach.
Zac travelled back from Orange each weekend to play.
Some weekends when the Blues played away from Clarke Oval, Zac's travel incurred anywhere from 650 to 800 kilometres.
In the women's awards, Blues coach Micheala Perceval won the best and fairest honour.
Second was young gun Allyssa Armstrong.
The 2017 best and fairest winner Sienna Bloor finished third.
Bridgette Windsor won the coach's award, while the most improved player was presented to Grace Silk.
Sarah Stephens was the recipient of the footballer with the most potential. New player from South Australia, Suzi Northcott, was awarded the rookie of the year.
The club person of the year was won by the Blues president Todd Basham.
The popular president was given a standing ovation by the Blues' faithful for his outstanding service to the Blues in a very busy 2019.
Wendy Silk who has given great service to the Blues women's side as the team's medico was awarded the junior club person of the year.
The Blues presentation night was well attended with 85 members and guests enjoying an action-packed night. Despite the grand final loss, there was plenty of good spirit and banter on the night.