Sophie Ure finished third in her first season of senior football.
Sophie Ure finished third in her first season of senior football. Matt Taylor GLA190518AFLW

Individual accolades for Saints players

AUSSIE RULES: The AFL Capricornia best-player count proved fruitful for BITS Saints, with reserves player-coach Lucas Hall finishing second to Rockhampton Brothers' Joel Robinson.

BRAINS TRUST: BITS Saints FC reserves coach Lucas Hall, A-grade coach Jake Mostert and women's coach Ben Fletcher.
Lucas Hall finished runner-up. Contributed

Hall booted 88 goals from just 14 games before a knee injury ended his season.

He kicked bags of 10 three times and aside from one and two goals in rounds two and four respectively, he was ultra consistent and played a major part in getting the to second position on the reserves ladder.

Promising Saints ruck Sophie Ure capped off an outstanding first season of senior footy, finishing third in the women's count behind Glenmore's Bree Grentell and runner-up Chelsea Carroll of Brothers.

Ure's athleticism and mobility around the ground has stood out this season. She has also booted 16 goals while resting in the forward line and will be a key player in Saturday's cut-throat preliminary final against Glenmore Bulls.

Ure's teammate and last year's runner-up, Uma Brennan, was fourth.

Uma Brennan travels from Agnes Water up to twice a week to train.
Uma Brennan backed up her second place last year with fourth finish in the medal count. Nick Kossatch GLA280318UMABRENNA

Brennan has played just 10 games, but made an impact in most of them with her class, clean skills and pace.