Reserves Magarey Medal

The Reserves Magarey Medal is an Australian rules football honour awarded annually since 1906 to the fairest and most brilliant player in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Reserves competition, as judged by field umpires. The award is based on the Magarey Medal award that was introduced by William Ashley Magarey.

WinnersEdit

Year Name Club
1906 Roy A. LeMessurier Semaphore
1907[1][2] Philip Robin Norwood
1908[3] George Kersley West Torrens
1909[4][5] Percy Russell Prospect
1910[6] Stephen Potter West Torrens
1911[7] P. Rowan Port Adelaide
1912[8] Pat Crowley Port Adelaide
1913[9] Clarrie Ryan Sturt
1914[10] Pat Crowley Port Adelaide
1915[11] George Linklater Port Adelaide
1916–18 no award
1919[12] Jim Clark Sturt
1920[13] Bert Schumacher Norwood
1921[14] Charles Hepburn West Adelaide
1922[15] Wilfred Sparks Norwood
1923[16] Harold Jackson Sturt
1924[17] James Strugnell West Torrens
1925[18] S. Monten West Torrens
1926[19] Harold O'Brien South Adelaide
1927[20] Marcus Stuart Sturt
1928[21] Harold O'Brien South Adelaide
1929[22] Wally Griffiths Norwood
1930[12] Arnold Smith Sturt
1931[23] Ray Whitaker Port Adelaide
1932[24] Thomas Hamilton West Adelaide
1933[25] Gordon Wait Norwood
1934[26] W. Stuart South Adelaide
1935[27] Alexander Kinlough West Torrens
1936[28] Albert Jones West Torrens
1937[29] Ronald Edwards Glenelg
1938[30] Ken Sawatzke West Adelaide
1939[31] Stan Taylor Norwood
1940[32] Eric Nicholls West Torrens
1941[33] Lewis Todd South Adelaide
1942–45 No Award
1946[34] Gordon Whittaker Norwood
1947[35][36] Hubert McKenzie West Torrens
1948[37] Ron Hoffman Port Adelaide
1949[38] Don Bartlett Sturt
1950[39][5] Sim Barbary North Adelaide
1951[40] Harold Harris South Adelaide
1952[41] Wally Southern Sturt
1953[42][5] John Blunden North Adelaide
1954[43] Brian Livesey West Torrens
1955[44] Fred Stewart Norwood
1956 Bob Lee West Adelaide
1957 Ray Panizza South Adelaide
1958[44] Kingsley "Bill" Wedding Norwood
1959[5] Barry Henningsen North Adelaide
1960[5] Charles (Bud) Heading North Adelaide
1961 Bob Simunsen Woodville
1962 Bob Simunsen Woodville
1963[45] Gary Window Central District
1964[44] Ian Della-Polina Norwood
1965 John Mills South Adelaide
1966[44] Brian Woodcock Norwood
1967 Bob Perry Woodville
1968 Kevin Rowe Glenelg
1969[44] John McInnes Norwood
1970 tied[44] John Menz Norwood
1970 tied John Baruzzi Port Adelaide
1971[44] John McInnes Norwood
1972[44] John McInnes Norwood
1973[46] Roly Daw Sturt
1974 Kym Hodgeman Glenelg
1975[46] Phil Heinrich Sturt
1976[46] Jim Katsaros Sturt
1977 Graham Sando South Adelaide
1978 Peter Barnes West Torrens
1979 Chris Wright Port Adelaide
1980 Leon Grosser West Adelaide
1981 Bruce Lindner West Adelaide
1982 Kym Dillon West Torrens
1983 Desmond Drogemuller Port Adelaide
1984 Anthony Owens West Torrens
1985 Hayden Stephens Woodville
1986 Scott McDonald Woodville
1987 John Harvey Port Adelaide
1988 Adrian Settre Port Adelaide
1989[45] Phil Lounder Central District
1990 Max Gasparroni West Adelaide
1991[5] Brodie Atkinson North Adelaide
1992 Jason Sziller W-WT Eagles
1993[46] B. Robertson Sturt
1994 Paul Page South Adelaide
1995 tied[45] Damian Hicks Central District
1995 tied[45] Neil McGoran Central District
1996 Jason King Woodville-West Torrens
1997 Mark Ryan South Adelaide
1998[5] Jason King North Adelaide
1999 Ron Lee West Adelaide
2000[45] Justin Casserly Central District
2001[45] Brenton Daniel Central District
2002[45] Josh Coulter Central District
2003 tied[44] Hamish Tamlin Norwood
2003 tied David Newett Woodville-West Torrens
2003 tied[45] Nick Prokopec Central District
2004[5] Justin Casserly North Adelaide
2005 Mark Demasi South Adelaide
2006[44] Ryan Lewis Norwood
2007 tied[5][47] Tim Delvins North Adelaide
2007 tied[47] James Boyd South Adelaide
2008[48][49] Scott Lewis Glenelg
2009[50] Daniel Batson Port Adelaide Magpies
2010[51] Timothy Milera Port Adelaide Magpies
2011[52] Tarak Redigolo South Adelaide
2012 Angus Poole Woodville-West Torrens
2013 tied[53] Nick Homburg West Adelaide
2013 tied[53][45] Travis Schiller Central District
2014[54] Luke Teasdale North Adelaide
2015 tied Matt Appleton Woodville-West Torrens
2015 tied[44] Dylan Reinbrecht Norwood
2016 tied[55] Lachlan Earl Glenelg
2016 tied[55] Jake Comitogianni Woodville-West Torrens
2017[56] Louis Sharrad Port Adelaide
2018[57] Jacob Templeton Central District
2019[57] Jed Spence Norwood
2020[58] Dakota Nixon North Adelaide

External sourceEdit

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