Wayback Football Club has recognised its best players and celebrated the 2021 season with senior and junior presentation nights.
The senior presentations were hosted on Friday, September 24, with life members, players and members enjoying the evening which included the presenting of player achievements for the season and club awards.
A day earlier it was the junior players in the spotlight for the junior presentation evening.
It was a great night for junior players and families to come together to celebrate and thank the coaches and support staff for a great season.
Taking the main best and fairest Holland/McQuillan prize - for the sixth time - was Shaun Maxfield, while Josh McKenzie was named the reserves best and fairest, and best team man.
The best under 21 player was Beau Sampson, while taking the under 17s best and fairest award was Joe Harris.
In the under 15s the award went to Harley Olsen, with Dusty Symonds named the under 13 award winner.
It capped a great season for Dusty, who also won the Don Gynell Memorial Demon of the Year award.
Ryder Bilney took out the main prize in the under 11 team.
Other awards presented for 2021 included Sam Heinjus winning the Hegarty Family Best Team Man award, while Luke Martin picked up the Phil Bascombe Memorial Trophy for outstanding service to the club by a member, Tracy Baldwin took out the Lyn Miller Memorial Trophy for outstanding service to the club by a female member, and David Krollig was presented the Jim Crowther Memorial Award for his dedication and service to the junior sector.
Wayback's A grade side came close to premiership glory, going down in the grand final to Marble Range by only three points.
Yet there was success in the reserves as the Demons got the better of Lincoln South in the decider.