The winners of each of the Premiership Clubs Best and Fairest were announced at the Grand Final Breakfast on Sunday at North Harbour Stadium in Albany, Auckland.
Each club had their own voting system and recognised their top 3 players for the season.
Congratulations to all.
Central Giants – Kirk Murray
Kirk Murray had a debut season to remember. Drafted to the Giants, Murray is a versatile ruckman with an accurate boot. From the Hawkes Bay, look for Kirk to make a bigger impact in 2021.
1st – Kirk Murray
Runner up – Tristan Burnett
3rd – Mitch Weir and Harison Manks
Northern Suns – Paddy Smith
The number 1 draft pick lived up to his name and stormed away to win the 2020 Northern Suns Best and Fairest award. Playing for the Mid Canterbury Eagles, Smith is a hard running midfielder who gets plenty of the football.
1st – Paddy Smith
Runner up – Will Dickinson
3rd – Liam Beattie
Southern Saints – Andrew Bisset
Andrew Bisset took out the double after winning both the Club and League Best and Fairest on Sunday.
The key defender was also named best on ground in the Grand Final which capped off a tremendous season for the 27 year old.
1st – Andrew Bisset
Runner up – Harley Jenkins
3rd – Michael Boyce
Western Crows – Jay Green
Jay Green was a superstar in the midfield for the Crows all season but missed the Grand Final to a knee injury. The 2019 league Best and Fairest is super consistent and will be back stronger in 2021.
1st – Jay Green
Runner up – Ronan Morling
3rd – Sam Anderson