KYBYBOLITE scored a quinella in the major awards in the KNTFL senior colts football presentations on Sunday.
On-ballers Jack McKay and Joe Fitzgerald - who have both played several A grade games as well this season - took out the best and fairest and footballer of the year awards.
McKay polled 26 votes to edge out Border Districts player Fraser Adams with 22 to win the Lehmann Medal for senior colts (under 17) best and fairest.
Naracoorte's Wade Broadstock 21, Penola's Justin Koch 19 and Bordertown's Damien Hill 17 also polled well.
Fitzgerald polled 80 votes to win the footballer of the year award, which is voted on a 5-4-3-2-1 basis by two independent judges at each game.
Penola's Bradley Merrett missed the last three games of the season with a broken collarbone but won the senior colts goalkicking award with 59 goals.
Lucindale's Bradley McCarthy won the Wiese family medal for junior colts (under 14) best and fairest, polling 35 votes to beat Kingston's Henry Lawrie with 32.
Padthaway's George Verco was named junior coach of the year.
All clubs were well represented at the presentation day at Naracoorte Town Hall, where players who had represented the league at interleague, regional or SANFL club level were presented with team photographs.