Tumut Blues halfback Jordan Anderson has trumped the group nine Wiessel Medalist to win the Tumut Blues player of the year at their annual presentation night on Saturday.
Despite some tough competition in group nines players of the year, Zac Masters, Anderson claimed the top honor at the Blues presentation night after a standout season for Tumut scoring five tries and having a hand in many more.
Over 30 awards were handed out on the night covering everyone from the under 16s to first grade and also giving plenty of credit to the people who helped out behind the scenes during the year.
Despite not having the success on the field they had hoped for, the Blues had plenty to celebrate across the night for the individual achievements and efforts from during the season.
The best and fairest from the under 16s was awarded to Jordyn Maher who also received a mention in the highest try scorer tally, finishing tied alongside first grade stalwarts Adam Pearce and Dean Bristow with 10 tries.
Best and fairest in League Tag went to Molly Bourke who also took home the players player award.
Austin McDougall was presented with the best and fairest award in the under 18s and also picked up the Junior Rookie of the year alongside Jacob Sturt.
And in first grade the best and fairest award went to the deserving Zac Masters after his spectacular season for the Blues resulted in a busy night on Saturday, collecting a further two awards for players player in first grade and players player in all grades.
There were also plenty of individual awards handed out including the John Hobby award won by Lewis Arragon, Club Person of the year presented to Sue Bristow, the newly announced Oz Gilchrist Group nine Tumut Volunteer of the year award won by John Casey.