All-Australian midfielder Josh Kennedy has scored a runaway win in voting for the Bob Skilton Medal, the club champion award for AFL premiers Sydney.
In his third season with the Swans after moving from Hawthorn, Kennedy finished third in the count in 2010 and second last year.
He polled 877 points this time, well clear of All-Australian centre half back Ted Richards (705) and last weekend's Norm Smith Medallist Ryan O'Keefe (701).
Kennedy led the league in contested possessions and clearances and finished in the top ten of the Brownlow Medal count.
He also won Sydney's Players' Player award.
Other club award winners included Lewis Jetta (Most improved), Alex Johnson (Rising Star), Nick Smith (best clubman) and O'Keefe (best player in the finals).