Dockers midfielder Bradley Hill claimed the Doig Medal on Saturday night, becoming the first Docker in 17 years to win the team's best player award in their first season at the club.
Recruited from Hawthorn in the 2016 off-season, he is the first Docker since Troy Cook in 2000 to win the award in his first season at the club.
Hill polled 158 votes beating Lachie Neale who finished second on 135 votes and third placed Nat Fyfe on 132 votes.
David Mundy was fourth with 128 votes, while Michael Walters finished fifth by polling 123 votes from his 17 games.
In other awards presented on Saturday night, Fyfe won the Players' Award, Luke Ryan won the Beacon Award and Zac Dawson was named the Best Clubman.