Harry Boorer and Amelia Morris win Dungog Warriors best and fairest awards

BEST AND FAIREST: Dummy-half Harry Boorer won the Warriors best and fairest award in their premiership year. Picture: Lauren Johnson

BEST AND FAIREST: Dummy-half Harry Boorer won the Warriors best and fairest award in their premiership year. Picture: Lauren Johnson

Dummy-half Harry Boorer and fullback Amelia Morris have capped off tremendous seasons by winning the Dungog Warrirors' All-Age and Ladies League Tag best and fairest awards respectively.

Boorer also took out the best forward, best trainer and coach's awards in the Warriors' premiership year.

The Warriors, under coach Nick Barnes in his first season as coach, defeated Stroud 22-16 in the grand final.

It was a memorable finish to the season for the Warriors who defeated Stroud in the qualifying final and then the previously unbeaten Clarence Town in the major semi-final to make the grand final.

Boorer's fellow forward, prop Matt Hinton, added the players' player award to his Northern Conference player of the year award.

In a great season he also won the consistency award and shared the leading try award with Lee Nevin with both players crossing for 10 tries.

He was also one of three iron men joining Steven Curnow and Luke Rits in playing every game this season.

The best back award was won by Steven Muddle who also took out the rookie of the year.

One of the most popular awards on the night was the announcement of Peter Hudson as clubman of the year.

Will Rooke received the most improved player award, Jackson Bell won the man of steel award and Joseph Hooke was awarded the encouragement award.

Curnow was the highest point scorer with 166 points (eight tries, 67 goals).

In the Ladies League Tag, the Warriors celebrated their inaugural season in which they also made the grand final, going down to Stroud 12-4.

In addition to being named best and fairest, Morris was the highest try scorer with 26 tries and highest point scorer with 120 (26 tries, eight goals).

Beth Marshall took out the players' player award and Georgia Osmond won the best trainer award.

The encouragement award went to Madeline Wilton, the consistency award to Rylie Simon and woman of steel award to Megan Williams.

Inaugural skipper Olivia Buckley won the coveted coach's award from coach Jason Townsend.

Emily Marshall, Rylie Simon and Jemma Walters received iron woman awards for playing every game.