Update: Friday 21 September, 2007
RYAN McDERMID WINS NEFL MEDAL
Ryan McDermid from Mintaro/Manoora FC has won this years Medal with 28 votes. Second was Kimberley Hart from RSMU with 24, while in third spot Callum Rhode of Eudunda with 18.
Update Monday 17 September, 2007
JAMES IMBI WINS 2007 WESTERN BORDER MEDAL
Portland’s champion on-baller James Imbi has won the Western Border Football Leagues Best and Fairest, the Western Border Medal, for 2007.
Imbi polled 24 votes to win the award ahead of Casterton’s Tom McArlein who finished with 20 votes.
Third was a three-way tie with East Gambier’s Josh Ransom and Chris Anderson and Hamilton Imperial co-captain Brad Thomas all on 18 votes.
Update: Tuesday September 11, 2007
Roopena’s Greg Fiebig won an extremely tight Whyalla News Medal Count last night over North’s Chad Menzies. Fiebig lept to the top of the leaderboard with one round to go on 21 votes, ahead of Menzies on 20 votes. Third placed was West’s Leigh Symons on 17 votes.
BAROSSA, LIGHT and GAWLER
This years Schluter Medal was won by Shaun Baker from Willaston with 22 votes. His teammate Chris McLean was second with 19, third was Darren Leske from Freeling with 18. Making up the top five were Barossa Districts Matt Stelzer with 17, while fifth was Malcolm Greenwood from Tanunda on 15
Update: Monday September 10, 2007
This years Medal was won by Josh Hollitt of Mallala with 19 votes, 2nd was Shayne Broad from United with 18, while Joel Montgomerie on Mallala was third with 15. Making up the top five were Paul VandenBerg from United and Shane Braham who scored 14 votes each
The Lionel Johnston Medal was tied this season between Cody Howard of North and Tim Ferguson of West on 19 votes each. In third spot was Alan Mackiewicz from South with 17 votes. The Mail Medal for the best player in the competition as voted on by the Umpires went to North centre man Brett Johnson, the 3rd time he has won this award
Update: Friday September 7, 2007
This years medal has been won by Clayton Willson of Dudley United, with 19 votes. The Runner up was Elijah Whale of Western Districts with 14. Luke Bowd of Dudley United came third with 10 votes. 4th was Ben Lock of Western Districts with 9 votes while in 5th spot was Sam Short of Western Districts with 8.
Update: Thursday September 6, 2007
Won by Simon Ebert of Uraidla Districts with 23 votes, 2nd was Simon Nunan of Mt Barker with 19 votes and 3rd was Damien Gigney of Blackwood with 18 votes
This years Medal ended in a tie between Brad Pearce of Kersbrook and Matt Morrisey of Meadows
A Tie between John Nicholas of Orroroo and Mark Horner of Broughton/Mundoora with 15 votes. Third was Scott Brand of Southern Flinders with 14
Leading Vote Getters: Nicholas (Orroroo), Horner (Broughton/Mundoora) both 15; Brand (Sth Flinders 14), Andrew Byerlee (Orroroo) 13, Will Bennett (Orroroo, Damien Smith (BMW) both 12, Matt Gale (B/M) and James Wardle (Crystal Brook) both 11
Update: Tuesday September 4, 2007
Won by Mark McConnell of East Murray with 21 votes. Runner-up was Travis Voigt from Moorook/Kingston with 18, while Robbie Vagg from Cobdogla was third with 15.
Leading Vote Getters:
Mark McConnell East Murray 21 Travis Voight Moorook/Kingston 18
Robbie Vagg Cobdogla 15 Nick Allen Wunkar 15
Todd Elliott Moorook/Kingston 13 Jeremy Vowles Browns Well 9
Jay Ruediger Paringa 9 Todd Rivers Paringa 9
Brian Parsons East Murray 9 Luke Hefford Cobdogla 9
Jeremy Campbell Lyrup 9
Won by Mark Kruger of Berri with 22 votes, Jamahl Liddle of Loxton and Chris Gibson of Waikerie were co-runners up on 17
Leading Vote getters:
Mark Kruger Berri 22 Jamahl Liddle Loxton 17
Chris Gibson Waikerie 17 Mark Tyrrell Barmera/Mon 15
Nathan Farr Renmark 12 Brad Williams Loxton Nth 10
Jimmy Plant Waikerie 10 Matt Mattinson Renmark 10
Simon Dymott Loxton Nth 10
Update: Sunday September 2, 2007 (thanks to safooty.net)
MID SOUTH EAST: This years Mail Medalist is Brett Lindner from Nangwarry with 31 votes. Runner Up was Tim Stringer from Tantanoola with 21. The Under 21’s award went to Tom Bateman and Jason Faulkner of Hatherleigh
This years Mail Medal was won by Leigh Fitzgerald of Kimba Districts with 26 votes. Runner up was Rick Leonard Cleve 24
This years Mail Medals was won by Chris Prime from Tumby Bay with 43 votes,
2nd was Craig Wheare from Lock with 27 and 3rd was Jay Shannon from Tumby Bay with 26
Marcus Burdett from Mt Compass was this years winner with 23 votes, Matt James from Langhorne Creek came 2nd with 21 votes, while Ben Baxter from Willunga was 3rd with 18.
Congratulations to A Grade Best and Fairest winner Wes Bilney from Mallee Park who collected 22 votes. Best under 21 for Port Lincoln was awarded to Ross Campbell from Tasman, with 17 votes
Update: Thursday August 30, 2007
KOWREE, NARACOORTE & TATIARA LEAGUE MEDAL
The 2007 Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Football League Mail Medal presentation was decided last night. In a count where the big names of recent seasons were not so prominent, a genuine local, 20 year old Naracoorte centreman/rover Matt Gill took the Virgo Mail Medal with 22 votes from runner-up Mark Edwards of Padthaway with 19 and Luke Skoblyk of Keith with 17. The longhaired Gill had plenty of opposition from within his own team as two other Naracoorte players scored double figure tallies. Mark Edwards effort was also very meritorious as his team, Padthaway only managed two wins for the season.
The Reserves Johnson Medal was taken out by Alistair Watson of Lucindale with 22 votes and the League’s Rising Star award, the Scott McFarlane Memorial Trophy was won by Jamie Bittner of Kybybolite.
Terry Willoughby – ABC Mt Gambier
SPENCER GULF (awarded on Tuesday August 28, 2007):
The Madigan Medal was won by Matt Keatley of Central Augusta. Port’s Michael Burford was second with South’s Ryan Stuck in third place. For more on Keatley’s win – click here
Update on Tuesday August 28, 2007
MID WEST: SCOTT FELTUS WIN THIS YEARS MEDAL
Scott Feltus from Western Districts with 54 votes. Scott plays in the centre and gained state country squad selection again this year. A ball magnet, he is the model of what a best and fairest player should be. Extremely hard working, Scott was still rehydrating in the change rooms after boundary umpiring the first semi final when he was announced as the mail medalist.
Presidents Medal Simon Webb from Wirrulla with 32 votes as runner up to the mail medal. Simon has had a wonderful year on the ball and forward for Wirrulla, strong marking and excellent kick. He is quick and agile, and will be one of the keys for Wirrulla’s upcoming finals campaign.
JV Day Medal The best under 21 in the competition this year is Luke Carey from the West Coast Hawks, gaining 20 medal votes from 11 games. Luke kicked 43 goals, predominantly from Centre Half Forward, missing Mortlock due to injury. A tall mobile forward with great hands and a wonderful left foot long kick, Luke has an excellent football career in front of him. Played at Port Adelaide in the past two weeks, and gaining a best on ground last week, his time is now.
Update on Monday August 27, 2007
Jason Marr from Ramco won this years medal
The B Grade Medal was won by Tyson Mosey of Robertstown, while the Under 16’s was won by Cameron Hawke of Ramco and the Under 13’s Medal was won by Billy Cameron of Ramco
Update on Friday August 24, 2007
MALLEE: Josh Richardson of Border Downs/Tintinara and Shaun Walker of Lameroo have tied on 20 votes. In third spot was Damien Fenoughty of Murrayville with 19, 4th was Ben Venning of Lameroo on 13, 5th was Justin Maloney of Karoonda on 10.
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YORKE PENINSULA: Ben Gunning from the CY Cougars has won this years Medal. Gunning scored 23 votes to finish three ahead of Troy Clements from the CMS Crows. Josh Lawson from Kadina finished third. For more click here
FAR WEST: Rohan Scott of Westies has won this years medal ahead of Bradley Dawes of Thevenard
MID WEST: Scott Feltus of Western Districts has won his 3rd Mail Medal, this years runner up was Simon Webb of Wirrulla