TONIGHT is the Virgo Mail Medal count, the KNTFL's night of nights.
The Herald looks at each club's potential best prospects ahead of the big night at Naracoorte Town Hall.
We will also be providing live updates from the count from 7pm.
Bordertown: Adelaide recruit Adrian Stephens has stood out in the already strong reigning premiers side. Possessing silky skills and an eye for the goals Stephens was named in the best for 10 of the 16 games and kicked over a goal a game across the season.
Keith: big man Hugo Drogemuller is another new player to the league and made an impact straight away. The ruckman started the season off well, with a five goal haul and best on ground honours against Kyby in round four the highlight.
Penola: another ruckman, Dylan Coxon transitioned well with his move to the southern Eagles from Robe. Tall, strong, athletic and competitive, Coxon was a key ingredient in Penola's charge up the ladder this season and was in their best for all but four games out of 16.
Naracoorte: Robert Jones was welcomed back to the Demon fold in 2013 and picked up where he left off. The nippy midfielder loved being reunited with Virgo Mail Medal winning ruckman Craig Beggs and even managed to hit the scoreboard with some regularity, kicking 16 goals from 16 games.
Mundulla: With big hair and even bigger talent, Jake McGrice was a very noticeable player at Mundulla. The man they call "Sheep" was regularly in the Moots' best with his long kicking and clean skills a feature of his game.
Border Districts: Athletic key position player/ruckman Stuart Ferenci had a slow start to the year along with his side, but picked up around mid-June and featured in the best for nearly all his club's remaining games as they won a few down the stretch. His aerial ability and long kicking would have him noticed a lot by umpires.
Kaniva/Leeor United: James Turner was one of the big name recruits to stick around at the Cougars in 2013 after their grand final loss in 2012. The club would quietly be cheering this as Turner turned it on, getting in their bests for 14 of the 15 matches he played. Can play at either end and through the midfield and did so in most games, always making sure he was around the ball.
Padthaway: Former Glenelg player Tom Edwards returned to the SE and donned the blue and gold this season after previously playing for Kyby. He was Padthaway's blue-chip recruit and didn't disappoint them, regularly featuring in the best in what was a below average season. Will be hurt, like most players in this half of the ladder, by his team not winning as many games but with seven of his 10 placings in Padthaway's best being top ranking he may be good for a few votes.
Kybybolite: With elite skills, size and athleticisim, it's hard to look past Billy Laurie as a potential placegetter. Returning to Kyby from Glenelg, Laurie was regularly Kyby's best and kicked his fair share of goals (30 from 16 games). The long-haired utility will be greatly hurt by Kyby's poor win-loss record but would have surely garnered a few votes from the men in green.
Kingston: Ben Warner shapes as the Saint most likely to poll votes. Thirteen times Warner was in his club's best across their 16 games, with the highlight a five goal and best player gong against Penola on May 11.
Lucindale: In a season to forget for Lucindale big ruckman Mark Snowball continued to do as he has done for most of his KNTFL career. He was regularly in the Roos best and did his utmost of get the ball moving in their direction. Very much an outside chance given his team didn't win a game.