Holbrook's Alyce Parker has capped off a brilliant season at GWS Giants, by taking out the AFL W clubs Champion Player Award.
In just her second season, at the highest level the left-footed midfielder stormed home in the latter half of the season to clinch the award.
She got maximum votes in all the final three rounds, amassing a maximum amount of thirty-six votes to finish with (61) votes.
Parker regarded by many as one of the rising stars of the AFL W competition finished six votes clear of star defender Elle Bennetts (55 votes).
Tied in third place were 2017 inaugural club champion award winner Jessica Dal Pos and defender Britt Tully who both polled (49) votes.
Parker was named winner during a live broadcast on Wednesday night featuring the club's entire AFLW team, coaches and AFL Commissioner Gabrielle Trainor.
The award recognises Trainor as one of the club's most influential figures and a pioneer for the development of female football in New South Wales.
Ms Trainor was an inaugural Giants board member as well as a member of the Team GWS advisory committee before joining the AFL Commission in March last year.
The award rubber stamps a brilliant season for the classy midfielder after recently being named in the AFL W All Australian Team.
Parker averaged twenty-one possessions a game (up from sixteen last year) with her uncanny ability to find the ball in all situations.
She was ranked number one in the competition for metres gained with her penetrating left foot kick and running power.
Parker spent the majority of her pre-season back home on the family farm and came back stronger and fitter to start her superb season.
Her hard work and strong attack on the ball was exemplified with her finishing second in contested football won.
Parker was also awarded a few weeks ago the AFL W Rebel Young Leader Award for participants under 23 at the start of the season.
Each club across the AFLW competition had the opportunity to nominate one player from their AFLW list who embodies strong values and is true leader on and off the field.
The 19-year-old Parker was selected based on on-field performance, on-field and off-field attitude and demonstrating skill, tenacity and good sportsmanship.
GWSW Giants AFL W Coach Alan McConnell paid tribute to Parker's brilliant season.
"It's a brilliant achievement for Alyce to win this award in just her second season and at just 19-years-old," McConnell said.
"She's part of the next generation of female footballers in our state, who have benefited from the pathways in female football and the opportunities presented by having an elite competition.
"Alyce is a brilliantly talented footballer, but this club champion award is borne from hard work and dedication.
"She took an enormous amount of learning from her debut season and came back to the club knowing what it took to become an elite player.
"We're incredibly proud of her and the sky's the limit for what she can achieve. She's not only an outstanding footballer but a wonderful teammate and developing herself as a great leader."
Across the night several other awards were handed out, with Parker also taking home the 2020 Members' Choice Award.
Livewire forward and WBBL cricketer Jodie Hicks showed her football nous, taking out the Goal of the Year.
Hicks from Hay took out the award with her great goal from a stoppage in round six against Adelaide.
The Giants season finished in week one of the finals, going down to Melbourne after leading right up to the final few minutes.
The AFL W finals series then fell to the COVID-19 pandemic with no other finals matches contested, resulting in the AFL not awarding a premiership.