JAMES Musster won a third Prahran Assumption Best and Fairest and Basil Cleary Medal
in a tense vote count at the Duke Of Wellington Hotel on September 14.
Going into the last round Musster had a lead of just three votes over Harrison Taylor but polled 13
in the final game v Ivanhoe to seal the result.
Musster, who also finished fourth in the VAFA Division 1 Pepper Medal count, is a previous club winner in 2010, 2015.
Paul Donahoo won the Reserves Best & Fairest while there a triple dead heat
in the first Women's Best & Fairest with Emma Buddolph, Emily Hastie and Ashleigh Bransden on 19 votes shared top honours.
Luke Kerr won the Neale Daniher Most Courageous Medal while Kevin Matherson was awarded best Clubman.
Final Seniors vote counting:
87- James Musster
71- Harrison Taylor
69- Brett Dickinson
54- Tom Quinn
53- Dan Freeman
50- Tom Freeman
48- Joe Whiting, Jack Matherson
47- Will Brereton, John Stocker
Runner-up: Harrison Taylor
Kim Smith Leading Goal Kicker: Jack Matherson (48)
Alf Blamey Players Player: James Musster/Joe Whiting
Most Improved: Ryley Conlan
Best first year player: Joel Hume/James Falcone
Best &Fairest: Paul Donahoo
Runner-up and Players Player: Thomas Luff
Coaches Award: Angus Lynch
Goal Kicking: Blayne Dempsey (48)
B&F : Emma Budolph, Emily Hastie, Ashleigh Bransden; Leading goal kicker: Sarah Guest (19); Captain’s Call:Freba Mohammad Zayee.