Several North stars will be in the mix for the top awards at the VFL/VFLW Best & Fairest on Monday night.

The J.J. Liston Trophy for the VFL's Best and Fairest, and the Lambert-Pearce Medal, the VFLW’S top honour, will be up for grabs.

It was a tough season for the Roos’ VFL side, but Tom Campbell was a standout not only at club level, but as the league’s dominant ruckman.

The former Bulldog averaged 23 disposals, 33 hit-outs, 5.5 marks and 6.5 clearances in his 17 appearances at state level, and is considered one of the main chances for the J.J. Liston.

The North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos’ affiliation with Melbourne Uni has given its key players the chance to thrive, with versatile utility Kate Gillespie-Jones sure to receive her share of votes.

Gillespie-Jones led the league for total marks and inside 50s, was equal-first for disposals and booted 8 goals, to cap an outstanding year.

Jas Garner only played the nine matches, but was a standout in many of those, finishing the season with 15 goals, averaging 24 possessions.

She also racked up 5 marks, 6 tackles and 5.5 clearances a game.

Ash Riddell made the most of her eight appearances for the MUGARS, averaging an impressive 28 disposals, 6.5 tackles and 6 clearances a game.

The VFL Best and Fairest night will be live-streamed on from 7pm EST on Monday night.