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2010 MAIL MEDALISTS

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BEST TEAM EVER

NORTH EASTERN MEDAL WON BY BRODEY MURPHY

VOTING

Brodey Murphy 29 (South Clare)
Ryan Darling     27 (Blyth / Snowtown)
Brad Taylor        24 (Min Man)

WALKER WINS HIS SECOND ADELAIDE PLAINS MEDAL

Hayden Walker from Balaklava has won his second Mail Medal. The bearded Peckers ruckman finished on 20 votes. Hummocks Watchman's Jared Wilson finished second with 17 and Mallala’s Jason Earl with 15.

TRENGOVE WINS YORKE PENINSULA MAIL MEDAL

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 2010

Bute’s Sam Trengove has won the Mail Medal in 2010, this years count held at Ardrossan last Sunday.

Trengove finished on 23 votes, one ahead of Kadina’s Zac Edwards. Edwards led at the half way point by a massive 8 votes having polled 19 to the midway point, but only scored  three more votes for the second half of the season.

RIVERLAND'S WHILLAS MEDAL GOES TO DAMIEN STEVENS

Waikerie’s Damian Stevens has won the Whillas Medal for 2010

He polled 20 votes, Loxton’s Pete Smith was second with 16, Smith’s team-mate Rhys Mitchell and Berri midfielders Adam Beauchamp and Ty Allen finished tied for third on 13 votes.

CRAIG HARVEY WINS BAROSSA MEDAL

Craig Harvey from Angaston has won this years Schluter Medal. The 31 year old polled 3 more votes than Sam Agars of Tanunda. Harvey missed the first six games of the season due to a rare bone tumor on his knee

VOTING

Craig Harvey Angaston 18
Sam Agars Tanunda 15
Michael Taylor Barossa 13
Sean Brading G/Central 13
Luke Wells Tanunda 13

SIMON NOWAK WINS WHYALLA NEWS MEDAL

Nowak also won the best Under 21 player in the Compeition

Simon Nowak 20 votes - West

Michael Geddes 19 votes - Central
Shannon Winders 15 votes - West

Josh Parker** 15 votes - Weeroona Bay (ineligible)
D Storic 14 votes - Roopena

Matthew Oliver 13 votes - Roopena

KI MEDAL WON BY NATHAN TRETHEWEY

September 2, 2010

TOP VOTE GETTERS

Nathan Trethewey (Parndana)    20
David Westbrook (Parndana)        17

Clayton Willson (Dudley United) 17             


MATTHEW WOOLFORD WINS NAFA MEDAL

Southern Flinders midfielder Matt Woolford has won the 2010 Northern Areas Football Association Mail medal.
The 2008 winner polled 22 votes in front of team mate Cody Turner who finished five behind..

TOP VOTE GETTERS

Matt Woolford (Southern Flinders) 22

Cody Turner (Southern Flinders)            17

Ben Arbon (Crystal Brook)                         16

Joel Palmer (Southern Flinders)              13

Ryan Foulis (BMW)                                      12

Matt Dignan (Orroroo)                               10

John Nicholas (Orroroo)                             10

KNTFL MEDAL WON BY PENOLA'S LUKE DUNCAN
September 2, 2010

Luke Duncan from Penola has won this seasons Medal, ahead of Naracoorte's Robert Jones. The count was held at the Naracoorte Town Hall on September 1. The Virgo Medal was presented on behalf of the family by Roslyn Virgo with the League Medal presented by League President Kym Hebberman

TOP FIVE VOTE GETTERS

Luke Duncan Penola 21 votes

Robert Jones Naracoorte 19

Michael Baker Kingston 16

R Woite Kybybolite 16

Brad Vallance Bordertown 15

2010 MADIGAN MEDAL IS SHARED

September 1, 2010

2010 Madigan Medal Top Vote Getters

Ryan Struck (South) & Tyrone Price (Solomontown) 18

Brett Jones (South) 13

Adam Grantham (South) 12

Dean Steele (Lions)12

Clinton O'Connor (Lions) 11

Ryan Noll (West) 10

JOHN PRATT TAKES OUT GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL MEDAL

Yankalilla’s centreman John Pratt won the 2010 Mail Medal on August 25

In a tight count Pratt edged out Goolwa/Port Elliot’s Zac Ewer to win by 2 votes.

TOP THREE

John Pratt           Yankalilla               20 votes

Zac Ewer              Goolwa Port Elliot 18

Matthew Hodge Victor Harbor         17

FELTUS WINS MID WEST MEDAL BY A VOTE

Scott Feltus from Western Districts has won the 2010 Mid West Mail Medal. Feltus polled 39 votes to finish one ahead of Wirrulla’s Tyler Baldock on 38 and third placed Izaac Halman who polled 36 votes. Halman led with a round of votes to go, before Feltus passed him in the final game getting a pair of two votes, with Halman failing to poll.

The top five were:

Scott Feltus (Western Dists)    39

Tyler Baldock (Wirrulla)         38

Izaac Halman (Wirrulla)         36

Jarrod Parker (Wirrulla)         32

Kane Simpson (Central Eyre) 25

RIVERLAND INDEPENDENTS TAKEN OUT BY DALE PAYNE

BLANCHETOWN/Swan Reach on-baller Dale Payne capped off an outstanding season by winning the Howard Duthie Medal as Independent football’s best player.

The medal favourite polled in eight matches, including three best afield efforts, to finish with 19 votes, two ahead of Paringa’s Chris Gardner.

In a tense finish, 18 year old Payne earned two votes in his team’s round 16 win over Moorook-Kingston to edge clear of Gardner, who had made a late rally polling 12 votes in the final six rounds.

Dale Payne (BSR) 19 votes
Chris Gardner (Paringa) 17
Simon Hucks (Wunkar) 16
Jason Marr (Lyrup) 13
Brian Parsons (East Murray) 13
Andrew Lloyd (Paringa) 12
Ryan Smith (East Murtay) 12
Nathan Brown (Wunkar) 11
Michael Kirk (East Murray) 11
Ashley Hissey (East Murray) 10
Shane Schulz (Wunkar) 10

PORT MACDONNELL RUCKMAN TAKES OUT MID SE MEDAL

Port MacDonnell ruckman Will McDonald has won the 2010 Medal. McDonald polled 20 votes to win ahead of Mount Burr's playing coach, Mark Kruger on 17, followed closely by team mate Chris Puiatti on 16. 

Puiatti's tally of 16 was enough for him to claim this years Bill Hanel Memorial Best Under 21 Award

MILLARD TAKES OUT TOP HONOUR IN GREAT FLINDERS

August 30, 2010

Mail Medallist - Clayton Millard, Cougars, 44 votes

Runner up - Bradley Hazelgrove, Cougars, 28

Third - George Pedler, Ramblers, 26

MALLEE MAIL MEDAL WON BY BDT'S JOSH KELLER

VOTING        

Josh Keller              BDT                             27

Kevin Wyatt          Murrayville             20

Justin Jackson        Karoonda                 12

Mervyn Kartinyeri Karoonda                12

Josh Richardson     BDT                             11

 

MOYLE MEDAL      

Jason Judd              Peake                         18

Rodney Maynard     Lameroo                 16

Jason Lindner         Peake                         16

Dallas Willersdorf  Murrayville             13

Rowan Zadow          Karoonda                 13

 

MURDOCH MEDAL                

Ryan Morris             Peake                         33             

Neil Johnson           Karoonda                   30             

Brendan Borchardt BDT                            22             

Daniel Steer            Lameroo                     16

SAM FRANKLIN WINS FAR WEST MAIL MEDAL

Wednesday 18 August 2010

Sam Franklin of the Ceduna Blues has won the Mail Medal finishing on 24 votes, four ahead of team mate John Dunn who finished on 20. It is a bitter sweet result for the pair of mid fielders, with the Blues being put of the Finals in straight sets. Franklin polled five best on grounds, with four seconds and a third

Tied for Third were Todd Warmington of Westies and Koonibba ruckman Wayne Miller who finished on 16 votes.

In the B Grade, Tory Ware from Koonibba won the Medal, ahead of teammate J Lindsay.

VOTING DETAILS - A GRADE

Player Name

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

S Franklin

Blues

2

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

1

24

J Dunn

Blues

3

3

2

3

3

3

3

 

 

 

20

T Warmington

Westies

3

3

3

3

2

2

 

 

 

 

16

W Miller

Koonibba

3

3

3

3

2

2

 

 

 

 

16

VOTING DETAILS - B GRADE

Tory Ware

Koonibba

3

3

3

3

2

3

3

2

2

24

J Lindsay

Koonibba

2

3

3

3

3

3

 

 

 

17

B Burnett

Blues

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

 

 

15

D Ware

Koonibba

2

2

3

3

3

 

 

 

 

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