Nick Wiseman scooped the top honours when the Tamworth Rugby Union Sporting Club celebrated the 2021 season on Saturday night.
As well as winning the Danny O'Sullivan Memorial Award as the best and fairest player in first grade, the backrower also picked up the Bernard Bentley Trophy for the [club] player of the year.
Five-eighth Liam Allan was judged the most valuable player for first grade, Blake Clout the best back and Col Fogarty, who enjoyed a remarkable rise in 2021, the most improved.
Skipper Charlie Kensey also figured among the award winners, taking home the prestigious Black & White Tudor Cup for the best clubman across the whole club.
Adam Wallace picked up the Adrian Klasen Memorial Award for the front rower of the year, Angus Cameron the McIntosh Family Junior Clubman of the Year and Ollie McKenzie the Magpie Medal as the player across the whole club who accumulated the most best and fairest votes.
McKenzie polled 18 points in winning the David Paul Award as the best and fairest in third grade.
Tegan Nicholls was adjudged best back for the women's 7s and Eliza Bennett the best forward, while Tehan Wall picked up the most improved and Paige Leonard the coaches award.
Rachel Martin was meanwhile awarded the Bill Mullens Memorial Award as the player that is deemed to have best supported their team both on and off the field.
Michael Orcher topped the best and fairest points in second grade to win the Tony McMahon Memorial Trophy.
Held at 'The Events Centre' at the West Tamworth Leagues Club, the night was for the first time organised by the players, with Claire Salter and Ryan Hanrahan taking charge.
First grade: Danny O'Sullivan Memorial Award (Best and Fairest Player) - Nick Wiseman, Most Improved Player - Col Fogarty, Best Back - Blake Clout, Coaches Award/Most Valuable Player - Liam Allan.
Women's 7s: Best Back - Tegan Nicholls, Best Forward - Eliza Bennett, Most Improved Player - Tehan Wall, Coaches Award - Paige Leonard, Bill Mullens Memorial Award - Rachel Martin.
Reserve grade: Tony McMahon Memorial Trophy (Best and Fairest Player) - Michael Orcher, Most Improved Player - Ben Watts, Coaches Award/Most Valuable Player - Tim Umbers, Best Forward - Callum McPherson.
Third grade: David Paul Award (Best and Fairest Player) - Ollie McKenzie, Brian Mansfield Encouragement Award (Most Improved Player)- Bailey Rock, Best Back - Mitchell Adams, Coaches Award/Most Valuable Player - Jacob Shaw.
Special Service Awards: Ken Noble (for work around the grounds), Don Peterson (retiring groundsman)
Appreciation Awards: Peter Burke (Director of Coaching 2018-2021), Michael O'Connor (Treasurer 2018- 2021)
The Magpie Medal (awarded to the player across the club who has accumulated the highest total number of best and fairest points during the season):Ollie McKenzie (18 points).
Adrian Klasen Memorial Award (front rower of the year): Adam Wallace
McIntosh Family Junior Clubman of the Year: Angus Cameron
Bernard Bentley Trophy (Player of the Year): Nick Wiseman
Major Club Awards
The Old Buffers Trophy (awarded to a member or members of the club who have been the quiet achievers of the club, giving outstanding service, always there to put in the efforts when needed, who otherwise may not have received the recognition they deserve): Chris Shaw
The Black & White Tudor Rugby Union Cup/Best Clubman Award (awarded to a club member who has been outstanding throughout the year in the time and effort put into the club, not for any personal gain, but simply for the betterment of the club. This person's attitude to, and enthusiasm for, the club will have been an inspiration to all in the club): Charlie Kensey