Inside centre Jake Packer was lauded Narrabri's best and fairest when the club held their annual presentation night.
It was testament to what was in coach Dylan Duncan's opinion "easily" his best season in a Blue Boars jersey.
"Jake's turned into a really good football player," he said.
"It was a bit of a shame for him that game against Pirates (preliminary final) to hurt his knee."
Losing him early in the game was a big blow.
"He's one of the best centres in the competition, and he showed that," Duncan said.
One of the things that has most impressed the Blue Boars mentor is the way Packer has started to lead the team and run plays.
"He's just matured into his football, and he's got a lot to offer Narrabri," he said.
"His organisation has got a lot better and the way he communicates with the backline made the backline shine."
Captain and breakaway Matt McDonnell was judged the best forward and fullback Michael Cain, who was also the club's highest pointscorer, the best back while prop Joe Maunder picked up the most improved.
"That was mainly due to the change in his scrum attitude," Duncan said.
Last season they had a lot of trouble with their scrum but it was stable for them this season.
Named the best and fairest for the under-19s, Jake Sevil was also awarded the Brad Hannaford Memorial Trophy for the club best and fairest.
Ben Atkinson was presented with the Richard Cameron Memorial Trophy for the best under-21s player while Daisy Robinson received the Jim Meppem Memorial Trophy as the representative player of the year.
It is the second year-in-a-row one of the women's 7s players has won the award.
Tenayah Woodward was named the best and fairest for the women and Amy Dyason the most improved, while Nick Anderson took home the second grade best and fairest.
First grade: Most improved (Nolan Family Trophy) - Joe Maunder, best and fairest (Perry Gilmour Shield) - Jake Packer, best forward (George Sevil Trophy) - Matt McDonnell, best back (George Sevil Trophy) - Michael Cain.
Women's sevens: Most improved - Amy Dyason, Helen Cameron best and fairest - Tenayah Woodward.
Second grade: Most improved (Bruce Etheridge Trophy) - Matt Burtenshaw, best and fairest (Oz Gett Memorial Trophy) - Nick Anderson.
Under-19s: Most improved (Martin Browne Shield) - Jack Brennan, best and fairest (Eather Family Trophy) - Jake Sevil.
Under-16s: Most improved (Geoff Noone Trophy) - Ryley Haverhoek, best and fairest (Warren Michell Trophy) - Jack Wheeler, senior club recognition - Tyler Cowell.
The Ian Hillam Memorial Trophy (Highest points scorer) - Michael Cain.
The Bob Southwell Memorial Trophy (Most dedicated trainer) - Ethan Campbell.
The Jim Meppem Memorial Trophy (Representative player of the year) - Daisy Robinson.
The Richard Cameron Memorial Trophy (Best under-21 player) - Ben Atkinson.
The Brad Hannaford Memorial Trophy (Club best and fairest) - Jake Sevil.
Zingari Trophy (Club person of the year) - Mick Coffey.