Midfielder Jacob Sheath was a narrow winner of the Colts Best and Fairest Award, the Maurie McNamee Medal. The Toowoomba product started the year in defence but was a revelation when moved to the midfield. Sheath polled 62 votes to be a narrow winner over early leader and 16 year old CHF Jack Austin on 60 votes.
Half back Tristan Dowdy was third on 55 votes with others to poll well were Zac Stegmeyer (53), Sam De Nys (52), Max Webber (50), Ethan Sivijs (43), Hamish Campbell (40) and Caleb Franks (36).
It was a tight finish with 5 players finishing within 10 votes of the winner, which shows the evenness of this side who finished on top of the ladder while also supplying several debutants to the senior side.
The Runner-up Trophy was awarded to Jack Austin with the Most Consistent going to Tristan Dowdy and Best Team Player to Max Webber. The Coach’s Trophy went to Whitlam Bishop, Best in Finals was Sam Hartog and Leading Goalkicker was Jordan Bonney on 31 goals (3rd in QAFL).