Cummins Kapinnie Football and Netball clubs celebrated the end of their season with junior and senior presentations and a family day last month.
Cougars capped off a successful year with all four football teams and three senior netball teams in the grand final, bringing home the colts premiership trophy and all three netball premierships.
In the football, A grade player Lochie Paech received the best and fairest award with Johann Wagner a close runner-up, as Seth Dobbins received best under 21, Jamie Letton recognised as patron and Julian Doudle awarded club person of the year.
The football club also recognised Brett Mickan, Robert Wedd and Julie Harder for their years of hard work and service to the club through life membership, with a special posthumous life membership presented to the Green family to recognise the outstanding contribution of past stalwart Rodney 'Grassy' Green.
The football club also celebrated a Great Flinders Football League (GFFL) A grade joint runner-up Mail Medal win by Lochie Paech, and an association colts best and fairest trophy win by Henry Turnbull.
Johann Wagner won leading goal kicker in the GFFL A grade, kicking 90 goals in the minor round and a further 13 during the finals, with Charlie Turnbull taking out the leading goal kicker for the colts, and Mitch Blacker in the mini colts closely followed by runner-up Jarvis Rogers.
In the netball, Jessica Green took out the A grade best and fairest award, with Jenna Anderson and Belinda-Jane Moroney receiving club person of the year awards.
The Great Flinders Netball Association Flo Polkinghorne A grade winner was Jessica Green, along with association trophy winners Amesha Meyers in the A reserves and Lauren Dobbins in the D grade.
Jessica Green, Ella Wedd, and Morgan McDonald were also named in the 2021 top ten players of the association and Holly Gale received a trophy for under 17 most valuable player.