THE Demons' A grade netball premiers stole the limelight at Naracoorte Football and Netball Club's senior presentation night last Friday.
A grade coach, KNTNA coach of the year and joint KNTNA best and fairest Virginia Ross topped off a stellar season winning the club's A grade best and fairest award, ahead of runner-up Ash Jacob. Young gun Emily Hunter was named best utility.
In the A grade football awards, Nathan Smith reaped the rewards of a terrific season, winning his third Hastings Medal for A grade best and fairest and second SE Motor Company Player of the Year award.
Mitch Hartree and Brett Gould were joint runners-up and Hartree also took home the trophy for most determined.
Other A grade award winners were Jamie Bettoncelli (most consistent), Brodie Borg (best team man), Sid Patterson (coach's trophy), Gould (leading goalkicker) and Matt Willson (best under 21 player).
In the reserves football, Jeff Sellars easily took home the Hoole Medal for best and fairest as well as the leading goalkicker award.
Runner-up best and fairest was reserves coach Brett Pope.
Other reserves award winners were Paul McRostie (most consistent), Brendon Ross (best team man), Macauly Harvie (best backman) and Jack Lawrence (coach's trophy).
In the A reserves netball, Dellie Brown was named best and fairest ahead of runner-up Alison Richards and best team player Kylie Sinclair.
The B grade best and fairest award was jointly won by Fiona Aitken and Dellie Cox. Runner-up best and fairest was Katie Botha and best team player was Bree McCarthy.
In the C grade, Sophie Ford won the best and fairest award, Emily Griggs was runner-up and the coach's trophy went to Georgia Irvine.
Player milestones were also acknowledged on the night, including reserves captain Gavin Jacobs' brilliant 400-game football career.
Scott Lobban was named the Naracoorte Football Club's best club person and Emma Johnson took home the Naracoorte Netball Club's best club person award.