The Rock Yerong Creek captain and star all-rounder Todd Hannam has taken out the CAW Hume 2019-20 cricketer of the year award.
Hannam had a brilliant year with the bat, making 720 runs with seven half-centuries. He was dismissed with less than double figures just once.
The left-handed top order batsman did not make a century, with a highest score of 94 against Holbrook.
He also took 20 wickets and 12 catches.
Hannam was a runaway winner of the most runs, with Lockhart's Brad McMillian second on 516.
He was closely followed by Walbundrie's Jarrod Millar (452) and Rand's Bryce Swift (450).
Walla's Joel Merkle was the leading wicket taker with 33, followed by Brayden Ralston (Rand) with 27.
Three players finished on 24 wickets - Rand pair Clint Ralston and Daniel Lieschke, and TRYC opening bowler Ryan Kirkwood.
In Division 2, Brocklesby Burrumbuttock Mitch Sivell took out cricketer of the year after a good season with bat and ball.
Sivell finished runner-up in the bowling award to George Carn (Osborne), who finished with a season tally of 33 wickets.
Holbrook skipper Ben McKenna was third with 28 dismissals.
In the batting, Andrew O'Neill from Osborne topped the tally with 414, ahead of Brocklesby Burrumbuttock's Glen Little and Holbrook dynamo Scott Lister.
All association and club presentations have been hard hit by the current coronavirus restrictions.
CAW was forced to cancel its hall of fame event scheduled for last Wednesday evening.
CAW Provincial first and second grade grand finals scheduled for last Saturday were cancelled, with the higher ranked teams named premiers.