Guyra junior rugby league gathered at the sporting complex on Saturday to celebrate another super year on and off-the-field with their annual presentation.
Club president Gina Lockyer thanked everyone for the year and highlighted the growth the junior Spuds have had.
This year saw the club register 130 players - 50 more than in 2018. The club also managed a premiership win with the under-12s bringing home the trophy.
In the perpetual trophy winners, Alysha Clark was named the clubperson of the year.
Cody Ford won the homegrown Spud award, with Oakey Brazier claiming the homegrown Spudette.
Under-10 player Mavric Foster received the Brazier Family Trophy.
Under-12 player Sam Surawski won the Andrew James Bull award.
The Guyra club also thanked their 2019 referees - Tom Lockyer, Josh Bell, Tayla Mitchell and Will Ritchie.
Coaches' award - Rave Brazier and Tommy Ryan
Most improved - Riley Melmeth
Best forward - Cooper Wilson
Players' player - Cooper Wilson
Best and fairest - Cooper Wilson
Best back - Ryan Williams
Senior league tag
Most improved - Claire Davidson
Highest point scorer - Rhylee Adams
Coaches award - Phoebe Kennedy
Commitment award - Selina Surawski
Best and fairest - Tayla Mitchell
'Tough as Nails' award - Gwenisha Landsborough
Most improved - James Grills
Coaches' award - Jamerikai Patterson
Best newcomer - Tyler Cameron
Players' player - Nayte Foster
Junior league tag
Most improved - Sophie Bezzant and Kayden Mulligan
Coaches' award - Peyton Heagney
Best and fairest - Bree Wilson
Bill Williams players' player - Tahmani Landsborough
Best and fairest - Tahmani Landsborough
Intermediate league tag
Encouragement award - Myah Wilson
Most improved - Kate Ward
Coaches' award - Lai-Lei Levy
Most consistent - Sophie Mitchell
Best and fairest - Akashia Brazier