Who will take out the Gillies Medal?
That's the question being asked throughout the AFL North West community as they prepare for tonight's vote count.
Like last year, it will be presented through the league's Facebook page with COVID-19 restrictions meaning a presentation night couldn't be held.
AFL North West president Sonia Martin said last year's count was a success and clubs were embracing the online vote count again.
"Pre-COVID they [clubs] were all planning get togethers... that obviously won't be able to happen but last year was such a groundbreaker for us and now they're accustomed to it," Martin said.
"It worked so well so I think people are really behind it this year as an alternative.
If the men's vote count is anything like the competition, the race in the Gillies Medal will be a close one.
Just one win separated first from fourth on the men's ladder at the end of the regular season.
Martin expected it to be a tight race for the best and fairest award and when asked who might win, the president named a past winner of the medal.
"I tell you what, I'd always put money on Hayden Chappel being right up there. He'd always be in the top five for me," Martin said.
She added: "If any male or female player emulated Hayden Chappel - wouldn't we have a great league, a quality league."
As for the women's best and fairest award, Martin once again expected it'd be close.
"That's hard," Martin said when asked who could win the women's best and fairest award.
Martin thought the likes of Daisy George and Georgia Strang, among others, would be in the mix.
Along with all the best and fairest winners across all grades, a number of other awards - including rising stars and umpires of the year - will be announced.
It will all kick off at 7pm on the AFL North West Facebook page.
The finish to the season is still up in the air with NSW in lockdown. AFL North West have met this week to discuss possible options for the end of the season.
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