The 2019 State League Awards saw Launceston star Daria Bannister claim her first TSLW Best and Fairest Medal after a sensational campaign.
Here, we break down how each club fared in the count.
North Melbourne AFLW gun Nicole Bresnehan was the leader for the ‘Roos, picking up nine votes to finish equal sixth.
Bresnehan picked up seven votes across the first seven rounds before a quieter finish to the year saw her drop from contention.
Hannah Scott was another standout with eight votes, again with these votes all coming early in the season.
Bronte Scott was next best with six, while Katherine Johnson also picked up four votes for the eventual premiers.
The Magpies were prominent at the pointy end of the leaderboard, with Elise Barwick finishing third, but second for all eligible players.
Barwick’s 15 votes had her just ahead of Brieanna Barwick on 14 and Sarah Skinner on 12, the latter of whom polled the most votes in 2018 but was ineligible to win due to a suspension earlier in the season.
Glenorchy finished with 12 players receiving votes, the most of any side.
It was a tough inaugural season for Lauderdale, with the team going winless.
Leader Katie Teders was a standout, though, picking up three votes through three one-vote games during the season.
The Blues were always going to have contenders after finishing the home and away season undefeated, but the question was always going to be whether too many players would steal votes from one another.
The answer to that was emphatic, with Daria Bannister polling a remarkable 27 votes from just 13 games.
Bannister polled maximum votes in eight of her 13 games for the season, including consecutive best afield efforts between rounds 3 and 7 and 15 and 16 on the way to her first TSLW Best and Fairest Award.
Coach Angela Dickson finished equal fifth overall with 12 votes, ahead of Chloe Haines and Chanette Thuringer, who both finished inside the top 10 with seven.
Although ineligible, young gun Maggie Cuthbertson was the standout for the Northern Bombers, polling 16 votes – second most for the competition.
Captain Jodie Clifford was next best with seven (equal 10th overall), while Bonnie Farrell and Sarah Alice Radford picked up four each.
Tiger leader Marla Neal was a standout with nine votes for the season placing her in equal sixth overall.
Although consistent all season, Neal finished the year brilliantly with five votes across the final three rounds propelling her towards the pointy end of the leaderboard.
Exciting youngsters Hailee Baldwin and Ellie Doyle also impressed with six votes each, while Mikayla Absolom, who took over the captaincy during the year, polled five.