Photos (Top to Bottom): Josh Fielding won the Vic Tuting Silver Medal as southern Tasmania's best-and-fairest Premier League player for the second year running...this photo shows him holding last season's medal; South Hobart's Ken Morton won the Premier League Coach-of-the-Year Award; Clarence United's Ronnie Bolton won the Women's Coach-of-the-Year Award [PlessPix]
Josh Fielding, the Glenorchy Knights midfielder and captain, made it back-to-back wins in the Vic Tuting Silver Medal when he won the 2010 award presented at Hellenic Hall this evening.
Fielding polled 24 votes, three ahead of second-placed Adam McKeown of New Town Eagles.
Marcello Marchioli of Kingborough Lions United was third with 19 votes.
Declan Foley of the Tasmanian Institute of Sport won the Reserves best-and-fairest award with 24 votes, 4 ahead of team-mate Will Abbott.
In the Under-19s, the best-and-fairest award went to Ethan Engels of Tilford Zebras with 26 votes, while Dylan Postma of South Hobart was second with 16 votes.
Ken Morton was named the Premier League coach of the year.
He coached South Hobart to five trophies this season in an unbeaten run of 34 games to set a new Tasmanian record in what was the club’s 100th anniversary year.
Ronnie Bolton, of Clarence United, won the Women’s Coach-of-the-Year Award.
Kim Barker took out the Referee-of-the-Year award for the 10th year in a row.
Bliss Cantrell of Olympia won the Women's Best-and-Fairest Award in the Premier League.
Sarah Nellis of Clarence was the Women's Division One best-and-fairest player.
Julian Proud of University took out the best-and-fairest award in the men's Division One competition.