THREE seasons after winning his first AFL South Coast Tom Smith Medal, Ulladulla Dockers' Harrison Donohue has claimed his second division one men's league Best and Fairest award.
On Wednesday, it was revealed online (due to COVID-19) Donohue, who won the award in 2017, had taken out this season's prize.
The midfielder, who finished second to teammate Matthew Thompson in the 2019 division two men's Best and Fairest medal, finished on 16 votes - four clear of runner-up Kieran Doyle from the Figtree Kangaroos.
Port Kembla's Adrian Ugle finished third on seven, ahead of Northern Districts' Seamus King (six), Ulladulla's Taj Treweek (five), Norths' Samuel Sylvester (five) Nowra-Albatross' Mark Bignell (five), Wollongong Bulldogs' Keiran Steward (five), Nowra-Albatross' Lachlan Holmes (four), Figtree's Leroy Veerhuis (four), Kiama's Campbell De Montemas (four) and Nowra-Albatross' Michael Pelda (four).
In other AFLSC news, Ulladulla's mixed AFL nines competition is back for another season.
The competition, which will start on Tuesday, October 13, will run for nine weeks at Ulladulla Sports Park.
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