Five years of service awards were presented to Daniel Brand, Tamika Fasoli, David Hobbs, Peter Mongta and Rhett McClennan.
Scott McDougal and Kevin Curran were recognised for ten years of service to the club, while the best club person for 2019 was awarded to Danielle Purvis.
Among the other highlights was a fitting farewell and tribute for Talent Manager Peter Francis, who will retire at the end of October after 25 years with the club in a number of roles.
Former player and coach Leigh Brown was among those to lead the tributes to Peter, wife Robyn and children Scott, James & Prue, who were met with a standing ovation from the room.
A full list of award winners can be seen below.
Best & Fairest - Sam Flanders
Runner Up - Ryan Sparkes
Coaches Award & Trainers Award - Tye Hourigan
Most Disciplined - Brock Smith
Most Improved - Harry Pepper
Most Professional - Riley Baldi
Best First Year Player - Zach Reid
Goal Kicking Award - Fraser Phillips
Best & Fairest - Megan Fitzsimon
Runner Up - Maddi Shaw
Coaches Award - Grace McRae
Most Consistent - Chandra Abrahams
Most Disciplined - Ellen Williams
Most Improved - Matilda Van Berkel
Most Professional - Grace Master
Young Gun Awards - Holly Booth & Macie Gilmour
Goal Kicking Award - Nakia Webber