Jimboomba Redbacks women's team rewarded its best players from an outstanding Queensland Football Association Women's season on the weekend at the club's presentation night.
Hayley Milne took out the best and fairest award for the women's team.
Milne was one of the goal scorers when the Redbacks beat Beenleigh Buffaloes by a point to win the grand final at the end of September. They won by one point.
The runner-up best and fairest went to Elli D'Arcy Parker, while Narelle Smith won most consistent.
Sophie Harkin won most improved while best backman went to Holly Wilson and Jamie Ellis took out best midfielder.
Milne was in a three-way tie with Aliesha Alford and Jasmine Fretwell for most goals.
Phoebe Balmforth won player of the finals and the coach's award went to Beth Martin and Lauren Proctor.
Coahes Steve Alford, Emma Lee and Jessica Pickles thanked all of the numerous helpers, the team manager and the club for its support.
The team handed the cup to Redbacks president Tom Vidoni.
The Redbacks will field two senior women's teams in 2021, with pre-season training to soon begin.
The club is encouraging anyone interested to get in touch via Facebook.
New players would join a team with a winning culture. The Redbacks brushed aside their underdog status to take grand final victory.
The Redbacks beat the highly fancied Beenleigh Buffaloes, who finished on top of the table after the home and away rounds, 4-4-28 to 4-3-27.