RYAN DARLING WINS HIS SECOND NORTH EASTERN MAIL MEDAL
Ryan Darling (Blyth/Snowtown) 21
Zac Hier (RSMU) 20
Bill Sandow (Min/Man) 20
Mitch Lawrie (Min/Man) 18
Louis Martin (South Clare) 15
SHANE JORDAN OF MOONTA WINS YP MAIL MEDAL
Shane Jordan (Moonta) 21
Jono Lee (Kadina) 20
Josh Lawson (Kadina) 18
REECE FRANCIS WINS PORT LINCOLN MEDAL
Reece Francis (Tasman) 32
Matt Keatley (Wayback) 24
Matt Parker (Marble Range) 23
PORTLOCK WINS GREAT SOUTHERN MEDAL
Mitch Portlock (Willunga) 21
Sam Baulderstone (Mt Compass) 20
Lachlan McGregor (Lang Creek) 18
BRATTON TAKES OUT THE WHILLAS MEDAL
Waikerie mid-fielder Michael Bratton took out the Whillas Medal held at the Berri Resort Hotel on Monday 10 September.
Michael Bratton (Waikerie) 23
MIchael Smart (Barmera Monash) 18
THREE WAY TIE IN THE BAROSSA
Jason MacKenzie, Kapunda; Luke Wells, Tanunda and Sam Agars, Tanunda all tied on 14 votes on Monday night for the Schluter and Mail Medals for being judged the Fairest and Most Brilliant A-Grade Footballers playing in the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association during the 2012 season.
Jason also won the medal in 2001, while Sam was runner-up in 2010, three votes behind Angaston’s Craig Harvey.
Jason is the first Kapunda player to win it since Michael McCarthy in 2004 and it’s the 13th medal won by Kapunda and the 18th and 19th medals won by Tanunda. Tanunda’s last winner was Malcolm Greenwood in 2006.
Last year’s winner, Sam Walton of Willaston polled ten votes.
The winning score of 14 votes was the lowest winning tally since Matt Davoren won with 14 for Nuriootpa in 1986 and Jeff Gerlach, Nuriootpa and Lindsay Schmidt, Robertstown tied with 14 in 1977, the year that Angaston’s Tim Jackson won on the former countback rule but was ineligible.
NORTHERN AREAS MEDAL WON BY JOHN NICHOLAS
John Nicholas (Orroroo) 23
Cody Turner (Southern Flinders) 19
Adam Noonan (Crystal Brook) 19
Nathan Trethewey (Parndarna)
Lucas Block (Mt Barker)
Daniel Miller (Kersbrook)
DALE PAYNE WINS THE RIVERLAND INDEPENDENT MEDAL
Dale Payne (Blanchetown/Swan Reach) 24
Jamie O’Callaghan (Ramco) 21
Andrew Lloyd (Paringa) 21
Tristan Jackson (Paringa) 21
Chris Rudiger (East Murray) 20
NICK CUNNINGHAM WINS IN EASTERN EYRE
Updated – August 31, 2012
Nick Cunningham from Ports polled 23 votes.
We’ll place more info on the place getters as they come to hand
For more info visit The Eyre Tribune Website
JARED GREENBANK OF KANIVA WINS VIRGO MEDAL
KNTFL RESULTS – COUNT HELD ON AUGUST 29, 2012
Jared Greenbank (Kaniva Leeor United) 26 Votes
Sebastian Guilhaus (Kaniva Leeor United) 22
Tim Walsh (Lucindale) 19
Peter Featherston (Padthaway) 19
Ryan McInerney (Lucindale) 18
Jake McGrice (Mundulla) 17
Mitch Hartree (Naracoorte) 15
Grady Obst (Mundulla) 13
BRAD HAZELGROVE WINS GREAT FLINDERS
Updated August 27, 2012
For Medal results in other grades go the Great Flinders page
MALLEE MAIL MEDAL WON BY MICHAEL WORSMAN
MURRAYVILLE player/coach Michael Worsman is the 2012 Mallee Football League Mail medallist.
The Mail Medal count was held at Murrayville on Sunday. He finished on 24 votes, ahead of Border Downs-Tintinara’s Patrick Barrett (19 votes) and Karoonda’s Ben Quinn (17)
For more on his win go to The Murray Valley Standard website
DAVID WRIGHT WINS MAIL MEDAL
A Grade Mail Medallist – David Wright Blues Football Club
B Grade: Blackham Medal – Brenton Kloeden – Blues Football Club
FAR WEST MAIL MEDAL WON BY JAKE BRUCE
Jake Bruce of Central Eyre has won this years Medal. He also won the Flow FM award. Jay Williams of Elliston was the runner-up.
Reserves – Montgomerie Medal Damien Little – Elliston
Runner Up Montgomerie Medal Clayton Perry – Wirrulla
Colts – Lockwood Medal Lance Appleby – West Coast Hawks
Doug Fox Medal (Runner up) Izaac Boylan – Wudinna United