SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 05: Tom Stewart of the Cats is tackled during the round 16 AFL match between the Sydney Swans and the Geelong Cats at Sydney Cricket Ground on July 5, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Geelong's Tom Stewart, Brownlow Medal winner Ollie Wines and Giants midfielder Josh Kelly have all claimed their respective club best and fairest awards.

Following a third All-Australian campaign, Stewart has won his maiden Carji Greeves Medal, with young defender Jack Henry and star forward Tom Hawkins also managing podiums finishes.

Stewart had another brilliant season in the hoops in shutting down the opposition's offence and quickly turning defence to attack.

Hawkins was able to win Geelong's Best Clubman Award, while speedy youngster Max Holmes and tall Esava Ratugolea won the Best Young Player and Community Champion Awards respectively.

Wines joined Stewart to claim his first-ever club gong, taking home the John Cahill Medal in dominant fashion.

The league's top player for the season, Wines polled 229 votes to take the top prize ahead of teammates Travis Boak and Aliir Aliir, amassing 62 votes more than any other Power player.

Boak was able to claim the club's Best Team Man and Community Service awards, while wingman Karl Amon was awarded with Most Improved and forward Mitch Georgiades was crowned as the Power's Best Player Under 21.

Over at the Giants, Kelly became just the second player to win multiple Kevin Sheedy Medals after another stellar season in the orange and charcoal.

Kelly narrowly edged out Toby Greene and Jacob Hopper to add to his 2017 best and fairest victory.

Greene was awarded the Members Choice Award, while young onballer Tom Green took home the club's Rising Star honours.

Defender Sam Taylor claimed the Coaches Award, while youngster James Peatling won the Giants' Development Award.