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Awards

PREMIER CRICKET 2019–20

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WELCOME Welcome to the Premier Cricket Awards. For the first time, the awards will be presented digitally this year and I encourage you all to tune in. Coronavirus has certainly changed the way we live and impacted the end of our cricket season. I know many of you will have been disappointed to miss out on completing finals campaigns and attending end of season events at your clubs. In normal circumstances, it is a fantastic time of the year to bring everyone together and celebrate the achievements and stories of the season. In saying that, I’d like to thank you for complying with the government regulations and giving Victoria the best chance of reducing the impact of the virus on our community. I’d like to congratulate tonight’s winners of the Jack Ryder medal and Una Paisley medal. It is an honour to be a recipient of these awards and you follow in the footsteps of some of the great names in Victorian cricket. As the pathway to the state’s elite cricket teams, we were delighted to again see several Premier Cricket players make their Victorian debuts over the course of the season including four debutants in First Class cricket.

WELCOME TO THE 2019–20 PREMIER CRICKET AWARDS.

I’d also like to thank each volunteer at all of our Premier Clubs for the many hours they contribute behind the scenes each season. The quality preparation of players we see on the field, and the match day hosting by all clubs is not possible without this strong network of support behind the scenes. While the season finished differently to how many of us hoped, let’s take the time to celebrate the cricket that was played, the stories that were told and the friendships made. On behalf of everyone at Cricket Victoria, thank you and congratulations to all our award winners.

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UNA PAISLEY MEDAL KIMBERLEY GARTH HAS WON THE 2019–20 UNA PAISLEY MEDAL.

Dandenong’s Irish import Kimberley Garth has won the Una Paisley Medal in season 2019-20. Garth polled 34 votes to tie the award with Ringwood’s Bhavisha Devchand, while finishing 3 votes ahead of Box Hill skipper Rebecca Carter in outright 3rd place. Garth played in 9 One Day matches across the season and finished with 485 runs @ 69.29 with a top score of 132* (finishing as the 3rd leading run scorer in Home & Away games behind Rebecca Carter and Bhavisha Devchand), 19 wickets @ 12.11 (best bowling of 4/13) and 6 catches. Garth polled votes in her last 7 consecutive matches of the season, with stand-out efforts for Garth across the One Day season being all-round performances of 33* & 4/28 against Plenty Valley in Round 7, 43 & 4/13 against Ringwood in Round 8, 61 & 2/18 against EMP in Round 12 and 132* & 2/25 against Prahran in Round 13.

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KIMBERLEY GARTH DANDENONG

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BHAVISHA DEVCHAND RINGWOOD

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UNA PAISLEY MEDAL BHAVISHA DEVCHAND HAS WON THE 2019–20 UNA PAISLEY MEDAL.

Ringwood skipper Bhavisha Devchand has won the Una Paisley Medal in season 2019-20. Devchand polled 34 votes to tie the award with Dandenong’s Irish import Kimberley Garth, while finishing 3 votes ahead of Box Hill skipper Rebecca Carter in outright 3rd place. Devchand played in 13 One Day matches across the season and finished with 539 runs @ 41.46 with a top score of 98 (finishing as the 2nd leading run scorer in Home & Away games behind Rebecca Carter on 658 runs), 20 wickets at 16.70 (best bowling of 4/30) and 7 catches. Devchand polled votes in 8 of the Home & Away matches, with stand-out efforts for Devchand across the One Day season being all-round performances of 81 & 3/48 against EMP in Round 2, 89 & 2/18 against Melbourne in Round 3, 98 against Carlton-Brunswick in Round 6 and 58 & 4/30 against Carlton-Brunswick in Round 13.

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JACK RYDER MEDAL DAVID KING HAS WON THE 2019–20 JACK RYDER MEDAL.

Ringwood all-rounder David King has won the 201920 Jack Ryder Medal. King polled 28 votes to tie with Essendon’s James Seymour, with Dandenong’s James Nanopoulos and Footscray’s Dean Russ tied 1 vote behind in equal 3rd place. King played in 16 matches across the season and finished with 571 runs @ 38.07 (with a top score of 106), 25 wickets @ 13.52 (best figures of 4/20) and 5 catches. King polled votes in 9 matches across the season, with some stand-out performances being 46 & 3/11 against Melbourne in Round 1, 65 & 3/32 against Northcote in Round 2, 106 against Kingston Hawthorn in Round 4, 23, 11*, 4/20 & 2/18 against Prahran in Round 9 and 3/29 against Dandenong in Round 11.

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DAVID KING RINGWOOD

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JAMES SEYMOUR ESSENDON

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JACK RYDER MEDAL JAMES SEYMOUR HAS WON THE 2019–20 JACK RYDER MEDAL.

Essendon all-rounder James Seymour has won the 2019-20 Jack Ryder Medal. Seymour polled 28 votes to tie with Ringwood’s David King, with Dandenong’s James Nanopoulos and Footscray’s Dean Russ tied 1 vote behind in equal 3rd place. Seymour played in 15 matches across the season and finished with 666 runs @ 47.57 (with a top score of 90), 22 wickets @ 13.18 (best of 5/22 with 2 x 5 wicket hauls) and 4 catches. Seymour polled votes in 7 matches across the season, with some stand-out performances being 60 against the Greenvale Kangaroos in Round 2, 31 & 4/35 against Fitzroy Doncaster in Round 4, 85 & 5/58 against Footscray in Round 8, 79 against Geelong in Round 12, 75, 90 & 2/32 against Northcote in Round 13 and 5/22 against the Camberwell Magpies in Round 14.

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PREMIER FIRSTS TEAM OF THE SEASON 2019–20 | WOMEN’S

MAKINLEY BLOWS (C)

REBECCA CARTER BOX HILL

BHAVISHA DEVCHAND RINGWOOD

AMY VINE MELBOURNE

UNA RAYMOND-HOEY RINGWOOD

ZOE GRIFFITHS BOX HILL

KIM GARTH DANDENONG

ALANA KING PRAHRAN

SOPHIE REID PLENTY VALLEY

ELLY DONALD MELBOURNE

BRIANA BINCH ESSENDON MARIBYRNONG PARK

STERRE KALIS PRAHRAN

ESSENDON MARIBYRNONG PARK

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PREMIER FIRSTS TEAM OF THE SEASON 2019–20 | MEN’S

BRAYDEN STEPIEN CARLTON

DAVID KING RINGWOOD

LUKE WELLS (C) CASEY-SOUTH MELBOURNE

JAMES SEYMOUR ESSENDON

BLAKE THOMSON MELBOURNE

ALEX GREGORY MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY

HAYDEN BUTTERWORTH GEELONG

JAMES NANOPOULOS DANDENONG

MARCUS BERRYMAN MONASH TIGERS

KIERAN ELLIOTT MELBOURNE

SURAJ RANDIV DANDENONG

SEAN MCNICHOLL GREENVALE KANGAROOS

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PREMIER PLAYERS OF THE SEASON 2019–20 MEN’S

PREMIER SECONDS PLAYER OF THE SEASON Samuel A Jones - Fitzroy Doncaster CC Lachlan J McKenna - Carlton CC PLAYER

CLUB/ORGANISATION

TOTAL VOTES

MATCHES POLLED IN

Jones, Samuel A

Fitzroy Doncaster

23

6

McKenna, Lachlan J

Carlton

23

5

D’Rozario, Jonathan

Richmond

20

6

Haseeb, Abdul

Melbourne University

19

6

Cleef, Chris

Frankston Peninsula

18

5

Hatzoglou, Max

Melbourne University

18

4

Scheepers, Kyle

Carlton

18

5

PREMIER THIRDS PLAYER OF THE SEASON William Ryan - Melbourne CC PLAYER

CLUB/ORGANISATION

TOTAL VOTES

MATCHES POLLED IN

Ryan, William N

Melbourne

30

7

Marchant, Todd

Carlton

19

4

Walsh, Lachlan A

Frankston Peninsula

19

5

Courtney, Tom

Geelong

18

4

Sipala, Matthew

Greenvale Kangaroos

16

4

PREMIER FOURTHS PLAYER OF THE SEASON Adrian Vidajic - Camberwell Magpies CC PLAYER

CLUB/ORGANISATION

TOTAL VOTES

MATCHES POLLED IN

Vidajic, Adrian

Camberwell Magpies

23

6

Van Den Nouwland, Shane

Geelong

21

7

Draycott, Simon A

Frankston Peninsula

19

6

Vine, Mathew

Carlton

18

7

Boraston, Mark A

Dandenong

17

4

Morrow, Sean B

Carlton

17

6

Doherty, James

Footscray

17

4

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PREMIER PLAYERS OF THE SEASON 2019–20 WOMEN’S

SUE WOOLCOCK AWARD | PREMIER SECONDS ONE DAY PLAYER OF THE SEASON Kelly Applebee - Dandenong CC PLAYER

CLUB/ORGANISATION

TOTAL VOTES

MATCHES POLLED IN

Applebee, Kelly

Dandenong

31

7

Walters, Kylie

Ringwood

25

6

Price, Alexandra

Plenty Valley

22

5

Gill, Hasrat

Melbourne

21

6

Harrison, Pennie

Box Hill

19

4

WOMEN’S PREMIER FIRSTS T20 PLAYER OF THE YEAR Makinley Blows - Essendon Maribyrnong Park CC PLAYER

CLUB/ORGANISATION

TOTAL VOTES

MATCHES POLLED IN

Blows, Makinley

Essendon Maribyrnong Park

22

8

Vine, Amy J

Melbourne

20

8

Donald, Elly

Melbourne

13

6

Lanning, Anna

Box Hill

12

5

Devchand, Bhavisha

Ringwood

11

4

Raymond-Hoey, Una

Ringwood

11

5

WOMEN’S PREMIER SECONDS T20 PLAYER OF THE YEAR Bridie Chesterfield - Melbourne CC PLAYER

CLUB/ORGANISATION

TOTAL VOTES

MATCHES POLLED IN

Chesterfield, Bridie

Melbourne

12

5

Harrison, Pennie

Box Hill

11

5

Clancy, Alexandra

Prahran

11

5

Daley, Lyndall M

Essendon Maribyrnong Park

9

4

Applebee, Kelly

Dandenong

9

4

JUNE COLE AWARD | BEST 1ST YEAR PLAYER Olivia Downes - Melbourne CC

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VIC SUPER SLAM CARLTON BLUES

Vic SUPER SLAM – Grand Slam: Carlton Blues 2/117 (10.1 overs) defeated Monash Tigers 7/116 (20 overs) at the CitiPower Centre, 26th January 2020.

Stars Conference: Monash Tigers 7/133 (20 overs) defeated Dandenong Panthers 9/129 (20 overs) at the CitiPower Centre, 19th January 2020.

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Renegades Conference: Carlton Blues 0/88 (4.1 overs) defeated Northcote Dragons 85 (18 overs) at Princes Park #1, 19th January 2020.


AARON FINCH MEDAL EVAN GULBIS

PLAYER

CLUB/ORGANISATION

TOTAL VOTES

MATCHES POLLED IN

Gulbis, Evan P

Carlton

12

4

Nanopoulos, James

Dandenong

7

3

Humphries, Andrew J

Richmond

6

2

Banthorpe, Liam

Fitzroy

6

3

Buchanan, Meyrick J

Melbourne

6

2

Newman, Edward J

Dandenong

6

2

VIC SUPER SLAM INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Vic SUPER SLAM - Most Wickets Andrew Humphries (Monash Tigers) – 10 wickets Vic SUPER SLAM - Best bowling Performance Evan Gulbis (Carlton Blues) – 4/8 vs Melbourne Demons Vic SUPER SLAM - Best Bowling Economy Rate Andrew Perrin (Prahran True Blues) - 4.13 Runs per Over Vic SUPER SLAM - Most Runs Evan Gulbis (Carlton Blues) – 223 runs Vic SUPER SLAM - Highest Individual Score James Billington (Prahran True Blues) - 112 vs Kingston Hawthorn Hawks Vic SUPER SLAM - Highest Strike Rate (min. 80 runs) Lachlan Bangs (Prahran True Blues) - 177.9 S/R Vic SUPER SLAM - Most 6’s Hit Evan Gulbis (Carlton Blues) - 13 x 6’s

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WOMEN’S PREMIER FIRSTS ONE DAY PREMIERS ESSENDON MARIBYRNONG PARK

Makinley Blows (Capt), Mikayla Haddow, Taylah Lynn, Chloe Rafferty, Madeline Jones, Briana Binch, Alyssa Humphries, Natalie Schilov, Jenny Taffs, Elyse Villani, Jane Neil, Jessica Field, Molly Strano, Neve Crowley, Charis Scott, Georgia Wareham, Milly Illingworth, Rebekah Morris, Scarlett Saxon-Jones, Samohn Hereora, Neil Gray (Coach), Leah Caluzzi (President).

MEN’S PREMIER FIRSTS PREMIERS MELBOURNE

Cameron White (Capt), Matthew Brown, Meyrick Buchanan, Blake Thomson, Fergus O’Neill, Charles Lill, Kieran Elliott, Jackson Koop, Jack Harper, Brad Melville, Sean Sturrock, Jackson Coleman, Andre de Lange, Kyle Williamson, Sam Harper, Chris Tremain, Will Pucovski, William Thompson, Wilson McGillivray, Marcus Jackman, Patrick Smith, Adam Dale (Coach), Peter King (President).

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WOMEN’S PREMIER SECONDS ONE DAY PREMIERS BOX HILL

Pennie Harrison (Capt), Sarah Forsyth, Lani Dejong, Emma Stilve, Ashling O’Farrell, Leah Charalambous, Madeleine Clayton, Isabel White, Kate Schie, Isabella Weber, Sarah McNulty, Caitlin Morando, Brooke Vickers, Alexandra Elliott, Jasmine Fleming, Amelie Gladman, Nikita Bhor, Rebecca Brown, Michelle Winterton, Paris Rafferty, Holly Spencer, Stella Burke, Julia Cabai, Jasmine Gouldson, Thomas Ewing (Coach), Andrew Minter (President).

MEN’S PREMIER SECONDS PREMIERS PRAHRAN

Steven De Bolfo (Capt), James Boyce, Sashin Garber, Travis Jackson, Callum Elvins, Nigel Hunt, Nick Morrey, Blake Parsons, Liam Brown, Yasiru Herath, Arjun Dhull, Nick Blaich, Nick King, Elliott Bradley, Pranav Menon, Nathan Munasinghe, Nick Stone, Jacob Serry, Adam Bull, Alex Bychkov, William Pike, Cameron McPhan, James McPhan, Lachlan Bangs, Cameron Hemp, Ben Sexton, Tom Loten, Jack Ellwood, Julien Wiener (Coach), Nigel Parsons (President).

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MEN’S PREMIER THIRDS PREMIERS RINGWOOD

Jordan Roberts (Capt), Jack Peters, Vishwa Ramkumar, Ben Gibson, Nathan Lester, Jordan Ludgater, Ryan Masters, Zac Corcoran, Trent Wynne, Ethan Walker, Campbell Mole, Tom Humphries, Bailey Eustance, Clayton Henderson, Jake Carter, Luke Perry, Rohan Ervine, Zac Hayes, Angus Adamson, Callum Reid, Jack Beer, Michael Campbell, Connor Dineen, Gavin Kellar (Coach), Mark Freeman (President).

MEN’S PREMIER FOURTHS PREMIERS DANDENONG

Mark Boraston (Capt), Hamish MacCorquodale, Daud Malik, Dylan Vanderwert, Matt Langley, Bhavya Bajwa, Joshua Sawrey, Toby Wills, Boopa Munasinghe, Dylan Hayes, Cody Miller, Mason Warne, Corey Marshall, Sen Sathyajith, Hivin Singappulige, Mitchell Shirt, Mahdee Islam, Mustafa Akbar, Aiden McKenna, Trishane De Silva, Rhett Martin, Tom Bain, Johanne Siritunga, Raheel Bostan, Angus Newman, Michael Ingram, Nick Speak (Coach), Gary Davidson (President).

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WOMEN’S PREMIER FIRSTS TWENTY20 PREMIERS ESSENDON MARIBYRNONG PARK

Back row (L to R): Jordyn Pearson, Jane Neil, Neil Gray (coach), Taylah Lynn, Alyssa Humphries, Madeline Jones, Natalie Schilov. Front row (L to R): Elyse Villani, Mikayla Haddow, Chloe Rafferty, Makinley Blows (Capt), Jenny Taffs, Briana Binch.

WOMEN’S PREMIER SECONDS TWENTY20 PREMIERS BOX HILL

Back Row: (Left to Right) Lani DeJong, Ashling O’Farrell, Leah Charalambous, Caitlin Morando, Alexandra Elliot, Madeleine Clayton, Kate Schie, Thomas Ewing (Coach). Front Row: (Left to Right) Isabel White, Sarah McNulty, Sarah Forsyth, Pennie Harrison (Capt), Emma Stilve, Brooke Vickers.

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PREMIER CRICKET RETIREMENTS 2019–20

KRISTEN BEAMS ESSENDON MARIBYRNONG PARK • • • •

118 1st XI Matches, 1,580 runs @ 24.31 H.S. 89, 9 x 50s 193 wickets @ 13.48 BB 6/15, 4 x 5WI, 66 catches

PETER DICKSON MELBOURNE, FITZROY DONCASTER • • • • •

298 1st XI Matches, 10,045 runs @ 37.62 H.S. 226 ret. hurt 15 x 100, 54 x 50s 200 wickets @ 22.96, BB 7/42, 5 x 5WI, 90 catches

MICHAEL BEER ST KILDA • • • •

164 1st XI Matches, 897 runs @ 18.68 H.S. 53, 1 x 50 324 wickets @ 18.11 BB 6/27, 14 x 5WI, 61 catches

MARK DWYER CAMBERWELL MAGPIES • • • •

52 1st XI Matches, 180 runs @ 12.85 H.S. 37* 59 wickets @ 30.76 BB 4/42, 13 Catches

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DALE ELMI FRANKSTON PENINSULA • • • •

130 1st XI Matches, 2,439 runs @ 19.36 H.S. 88, 12 x 50s 41 wickets @ 37.76 BB 3/24, 31 Catches

KYLE ADAMS NORTH MELBOURNE, GREENVALE KANGAROOS & NORTHCOTE • • • •

107 1st XI Matches, 1,240 runs @ 19.38 H.S. 76*, 4 x 50s 136 wickets @ 31.22 BB 6/70, 4 x 5WI, 41 Catches

SEAN STURROCK MELBOURNE • • • •

166 1st XI Matches, 733 runs @ 15.93 H.S. 62, 2 x 50s 207 wickets @ 29.82 BB 5/41, 1 x 5WI, 47 catches

ERIC KELLY UMPIRE • Joined CV Umpire Panel 1985/86 • Umpired 487 Matches • 1st XI Umpire Heritage Cap #286

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JA SEITZ CV CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP 2019–20 MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY

CLUB

Melbourne University has won the 2019-20 Club Championship, earning a total of 623 points to win by 41 from Footscray and 54 from 3rd placed Prahran. This was Uni’s first Club Championship since 2007/08. 1st XI points are multiplied by 5, 2nd XIs by 3, 3rd XIs by 2, 4th XIs by 1.

1STS

2NDS

3RDS

4THS

TOTAL

1

Melbourne University

66

54

53

25

623

2

Footscray

58

54

40

50

582

3

Prahran

49

61

42

57

569

4

Carlton

52

45

51

44

541

5

Melbourne

55

46

33

48

527

6

St Kilda

51

43

33

44

494

7

Northcote

53

41

39

26

492

8

Dandenong

42

38

42

59

467

9

Fitzroy Doncaster

37

58

29

40

457

10

Monash Tigers

28

56

36

50

430

11

Geelong

34

38

44

41

413

12

Camberwell Magpies

38

37

36

39

412

13

Essendon

44

33

29

30

407

14

Ringwood

38.2

24

58

21

400

15

Casey-South Melbourne

24

31

27

34

301

16

Greenvale Kangaroos

19

19

21

15

209

17

Frankston Peninsula

16

17

27

19

204

18

Kingston Hawthorn

14

10

10

12

132

WP1 OD

WP1 T20

WP2 OD

WP2 T20

TOTAL

WOMEN’S CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP ESSENDON MARIBYRNONG PARK CLUB

Essendon Maribyrnong Park have won the 2019/20 Women’s Club Championship, earning a total of 349 points to win by 49 over Box Hill, with Prahran in 3rd place a further 11 points behind Box Hill.

1

Essendon Maribyrnong Park

51

44

32

32

349

2

Box Hill

43

32

35

40

300

3

Prahran

49

34

22

20

291

4

Melbourne

24

44

33

28

265

5

Ringwood

21

28

37

4

188

6

Dandenong

18

20

36

20

170

7

Plenty Valley

29

14

31

8

168

8

Carlton-Brunswick

21

8

11

8

106

Women’s 1st XI points are multiplied by 3 and 2nd XIs by 1.

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SPIRIT OF CRICKET AWARD 2019–20 | MEN’S CAMBERWELL MAGPIES

The Camberwell Magpies has won the Spirit of Cricket Award for the 2019-20 season, averaging 8.41 across all four grades. Frankston Peninsula finished second with Northcote in third. This is the first time that the Camberwell Magpies has won the award and congratulations must go to the captains (Andrew Fekete, Jacob Murphy, Tom Vanderslik and Rob Capstick) and the club administration led by President Barry Russ and Club Administrators Priscilla Duncan and Tony Grace.

CLUB

1STS

2NDS

3RDS

4THS

TOTAL

1

Camberwell Magpies

8.20

8.31

8.50

8.62

8.41

2

Frankston Peninsula

8.07

8.31

8.36

8.64

8.35

3

Northcote

8.40

8.20

8.08

8.46

8.29

4

Greenvale Kangaroos

8.73

7.88

7.79

8.71

8.28

5

Ringwood

7.87

8.27

8.36

8.38

8.22

6

Carlton

8.27

7.67

8.54

8.23

8.18

7

Essendon

7.80

8.00

8.46

8.38

8.16

8

Geelong

8.27

8.20

7.77

8.17

8.10

9

Footscray

7.60

8.25

8.33

8.18

8.09

=10 Melbourne University

8.20

7.80

7.92

8.23

8.04

=10 Kingston Hawthorn

7.67

7.94

8.54

8.00

8.04

12

Monash Tigers

8.20

7.93

8.00

7.92

8.01

13

Fitzroy Doncaster

7.93

8.25

8.08

7.73

8.00

14

Dandenong

7.13

7.38

8.43

8.46

7.85

15

Prahran

7.73

7.64

7.85

8.08

7.83

16

Casey-South Melbourne

7.73

7.47

7.71

8.31

7.81

17

Melbourne

7.94

7.63

7.14

8.29

7.75

18

St Kilda

6.27

7.93

7.82

8.08

7.53

WOMEN’S MELBOURNE & PRAHRAN CLUB

Melbourne and Prahran have tied for the Spirit of Cricket with an average of 8.47 out of 10. Box Hill finished outright third just 0.01 behind the Demons and True Blues.

TOTAL

=1

Melbourne

8.47

=1

Prahran

8.47

3

Box Hill

8.46

4

Dandenong

8.42

5

Plenty Valley

8.39

6

Essendon Maribyrnong Park

8.34

7

Carlton-Brunswick

8.30

8

Ringwood

8.29

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GROUND AWARDS MAIN OVALS | 2019–20

CLUB

The Albert Ground has been adjudged the best Premier ground for season 2019-20. Melbourne has now completed the ‘hat trick’ in this award. Congratulations go to curator Glenn Arnup and the Melbourne CC.

PITCH AVE OUTFILED AVE

TOTAL

1

Albert Ground

4.34

4.76

9.10

2

CitiPower Centre (Junction Oval)

3.85

4.72

8.57

3

AH Butler Oval (Frankston)

4.04

4.52

8.56

4

Melbourne University Oval

3.79

4.22

8.00

5

Casey Fields

3.48

4.50

7.98

6

Princes Park

4.03

3.94

7.97

7

Shepley Oval

3.39

4.52

7.90

8

Geelong Cricket Ground

3.44

4.35

7.78

9

Windy Hill

3.47

4.12

7.58

10

Walter Galt Reserve

3.50

4.02

7.51

11

Greenvale Reserve

3.49

3.95

7.44

12

Bill Lawry Oval

2.99

3.96

6.95

13

Russell Lucas Oval

2.40

4.29

6.68

14

Schramms Reserve

2.80

3.69

6.49

15

Central Reserve North

2.71

3.60

6.31

16

Mervyn G Hughes Oval

3.41

2.75

6.16

17

Toorak Park

3.08

3.00

6.08

18

Camberwell Sportsground

2.69

2.93

5.62

19

Harry Trott Oval

2.62

2.97

5.59

GROUND AWARDS THIRDS & FOURTHS OVALS | 2019–20 CLUB

Frankston Peninsula CC has taken out the best 3rds & 4ths ground with the J Coburn Oval for season 2019-20. Congratulations go to the Frankston Peninsula CC and curators Daniel Streker & Phil Regos.

PITCH AVE OUTFILED AVE

TOTAL

1

J Coburn Oval

4.06

4.55

8.60

2

Beaumaris SC - North Oval

3.88

4.58

8.46

3

Casey Fields

3.82

4.59

8.41

4

Wilson Oval

3.79

3.65

7.44

5

Greenvale Reserve #4

3.54

3.83

7.37

6

Kardinia Park West

3.25

4.05

7.30

7

Schramms Reserve #2

3.27

3.89

7.16

8

Princes Park #2

3.68

3.46

7.14

9

Tony Dodemaide Oval

3.56

3.46

7.02

10

Ian Johnson Oval

3.08

3.35

6.43

11

Princes Park #3

3.33

3.02

6.35

12

Watson Park

2.99

3.35

6.34

13

St Bedes College

2.94

3.39

6.33

14

Central Reserve South

2.90

3.38

6.28

15

Righetti Oval

2.78

3.46

6.24

16

Jubilee Park #2

3.10

3.12

6.22

17

Cross Keys Reserve

3.01

3.04

6.05

18

Binnak Park

3.11

2.75

5.86

19

Mayer Park

2.33

2.86

5.18

20

Ross Gregory Oval

2.58

2.25

4.83

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UMPIRING RECOGNITION AWARD

MALCOLM GUNN Malcolm Gunn is this season’s recipient of the Umpiring Recognition Award. Malcolm joined the CV Panel in 1992-93 and has just completed his 28th consecutive season in Premier Cricket. In the final home and away round for 2019-20, Malcolm officiated in his 500th Premier match - an outstanding achievement. His tally comprises 38 Men’s 1st XI, 235 Men’s 2nd XI, 123 Men’s 3rd XI, 31 Men’s 4th XI, 34 Women’s 1sts and 39 Women’s 2nds matches. Malcolm holds Umpire Cap #358 after making his 1st XI debut in 1997-98.

UMPIRE MILESTONES Congratulations to the following umpires who reached milestones during the 2019-20 season, a fantastic achievement by all.

Bill Sheahan

650

Jeff Diamond-Smith

200

Russell Turner

550

Mike Rose

150

Malcolm Gunn

500

Mathew Rogers

150

Mannarsamy Muthugounder

250

Matthew Robertson

150

Dale Ireland

250

Jason Leonard-Scott

150

Trevor Finalyson

250

Greg Azzopardi

150

Brad Davies

250

Viraj Soman

100

Alan McCarthy

200

Mark Malmberg

100

Vivek Kumar

200

Michael Nolan

100

Ron Birch

200

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JACK RYDER MEDAL | FINAL VOTES PREMIER MEN’S FIRSTS PLAYER OF THE SEASON

VOTES

PLAYER

CLUB

PLAYER

CLUB

28

Seymour, James

Essendon

10

Gapes, Matthew A

Frankston Peninsula

28

King, David A

Ringwood

10

Stafford, Mark

Melbourne University

27

Nanopoulos, James

Dandenong

10

Ahmed, Fawad

Melbourne University

27

Russ, Dean

Footscray

10

Bull, Adam G

Prahran

23

Stevenson, Cameron A

Carlton

10

Matarazzo, Dominic J

Monash Tigers

23

Gregory, Alexander J

Melbourne University

10

Freeman, Jackson M

Ringwood

22

Wells, Luke W

Casey South Melbourne

10

Laubscher, J E

St Kilda

22

Elliott, Kieran

Melbourne

10

Egan, Damon T

St Kilda

21

Gulbis, Evan P

Carlton

10

Lovell, Will R

St Kilda

21

McKenna, Fergus

Melbourne University

9

Edgeworth, Comrey W

Dandenong

20

Sartori, Daniel J

Footscray

9

Couch, Brody L

Geelong

20

Butterworth, Hayden W

Geelong

9

Dhindsa, Ramneet

Kingston Hawthorn

19

Doric, Matthew

Essendon

9

Coleman, Jackson

Melbourne

18

Perrin, Andrew

Prahran

9

Crispe, Aaron

Northcote

18

Berryman, Marcus G

Monash Tigers

9

Edwards, Scott A

Monash Tigers

17

Stepien, Brayden

Carlton

9

Perry, Mitchell

Monash Tigers

17

Rudd, Jack

Fitzroy Doncaster

8

Bhargave, Shubham

Camberwell Magpies

17

Thomson, Blake

Melbourne

8

Lambden, Nathan

Casey South Melbourne

17

Rogers, Thomas F

Ringwood

8

Ludeman, Tim P

Geelong

17

Murphy, Todd R

St Kilda

8

McGlinchey, Dom K

Geelong

16

Crone, Xavier A

Carlton

8

Chopra, Shorye

Kingston Hawthorn

16

O’Donnell, Thomas

Essendon

8

Lill, Charles J

Melbourne

16

Medew-Ewen, Joe

Northcote

8

Bett, James R

Melbourne University

16

Wilcox, Matt

Prahran

8

Rushton, Jonty C

Northcote

16

Crosthwaite, Adam J

St Kilda

8

Seymour, Stephen P

Prahran

15

Fekete, Andrew L

Camberwell Magpies

8

Evans, Zak K

Ringwood

15

Forsyth, Brett S

Dandenong

7

Ross, Nicholas J

Carlton

15

Elliott, Zachary T

Fitzroy Doncaster

7

Freitag, Nathan

Casey South Melbourne

15

Reid, Steven

Melbourne University

7

Randiv, Suraj

Dandenong

15

O’Sullivan, Max

Northcote

7

Fletcher, Nicholas

Fitzroy Doncaster

15

Billington, James

Prahran

7

Sherriff, Jake

Fitzroy Doncaster

14

Silva, Kaushal

Greenvale Kangaroos

7

Koch, Jonah

Footscray

14

Buchanan, Meyrick J

Melbourne

7

Brown, Matthew J

Melbourne

14

Koop, Jackson

Melbourne

7

Martignago, Jarrod G

Melbourne University

14

Harbinson, Sam

Northcote

7

Amin, Adam

Monash Tigers

13

Buckingham, Jordan S

Footscray

7

Fotia, Matthew F

Ringwood

13

Symons, Brodie J

Frankston Peninsula

7

Came, Harry R

Ringwood

13

Hancock, Jake C

Prahran

6

Whittaker, Matthew J

Camberwell Magpies

13

Merlo, Jonathan A

St Kilda

6

Pell, Donovan A

Carlton

12

Hill, Simon F

Camberwell Magpies

6

Wallace, Michael T

Casey South Melbourne

12

Russ, Thomas V

Camberwell Magpies

6

Pollock, Devin J

Casey South Melbourne

12

Smyth, Thomas J

Carlton

6

Wyatt, Jordan N

Casey South Melbourne

12

Ayre, Aaron

Essendon

6

Chandrasinghe, Ashley

Casey South Melbourne

12

Dean, Travis

Footscray

6

Edwards, Lincoln J

Dandenong

12

Vines, Eamonn M

Geelong

6

Cassidy, Peter E

Dandenong

12

Jackson, Thomas A

Geelong

6

Rutland, Connor

Essendon

12

McNicholl, Sean G

Greenvale Kangaroos

6

McClure, Cameron L

Essendon

12

Yaksender, Andrej

Melbourne University

6

Brasher, Dylan

Footscray

11

Smith, Alec K

Camberwell Magpies

6

Dew, Christopher A

Frankston Peninsula

11

Newman, Edward J

Dandenong

6

Organ, Felix S

Frankston Peninsula

11

Hill, Michael W

Essendon

6

Hussain, Zaheer M

Greenvale Kangaroos

11

Dickson, Peter J

Fitzroy Doncaster

6

O’Neill, Fergus P

Melbourne

11

Sundberg, Joshua

Northcote

6

Pucovski, Will

Melbourne

10

Donnell, Tom

Dandenong

6

Phelan, Mark C

Northcote

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VOTES


VOTES

PLAYER

CLUB

PLAYER

CLUB

6

Baker, Blayde

Northcote

VOTES 3

Blain, Joel

Geelong

6

Bangs, Lachlan

Prahran

3

Patil, Prateek

Kingston Hawthorn

6

Cook, Sam J

Prahran

3

White, Cameron L

Melbourne

6

Loten, Tom

Prahran

3

Scammell, Liam

Melbourne University

6

Hartill, Josh M

Ringwood

3

Waters, Jackson

Monash Tigers

6

Hennig, Matthew R

St Kilda

3

Mills, Sam

Monash Tigers

6

Bartlett, Joshua G

St Kilda

3

Beer, Michael A

St Kilda

5

Mitchell, Joel

Casey South Melbourne

3

O’Brien, Simon G

St Kilda

5

Bowe, Liam P

Essendon

3

Davies, Benjamin S

St Kilda

5

Alavi, Ejaaz

Fitzroy Doncaster

2

Gunning, Oliver R

Camberwell Magpies

5

Banthorpe, Liam

Fitzroy Doncaster

2

Harvey, Mackenzie W

Carlton

5

Kight, Dylan

Footscray

2

Maxwell, James S

Casey South Melbourne

5

Underwood, Matthew

Footscray

2

Thomas, Jakeb H

Dandenong

5

Dixit, Siddhesh H

Footscray

2

Davies, Jack

Essendon

5

Ashkenazi, Benjamin M

Frankston Peninsula

2

Goad, Harrison S

Fitzroy Doncaster

5

Larkin, Joshua B

Geelong

2

Shivakkumar, Lakshmn

Fitzroy Doncaster

5

Stretton, Michael P

Greenvale Kangaroos

2

Smith, Kobe

Fitzroy Doncaster

5

Potticary, Jack T

Greenvale Kangaroos

2

Korkolis, Noah

Fitzroy Doncaster

5

Fernando, Visura

Kingston Hawthorn

2

Muirhead, James M

Footscray

5

Williamson, Kyle

Melbourne

2

Boland, Nicholas J

Frankston Peninsula

5

Young, Andrew P

Melbourne University

2

Reid, Mitchell E

Geelong

5

Brandon-Jones, Elliot

Northcote

2

Edwards, Mitchell G

Greenvale Kangaroos

5

Toohey, Jake W

Ringwood

2

Fitzsimmons, Liam W

Greenvale Kangaroos

4

Thavarajah, Kavisan

Carlton

2

Ali, Humza S

Greenvale Kangaroos

4

Wilson, Matthew N

Carlton

2

Zammit, Aiden M

Greenvale Kangaroos

4

Sperling, Lachlan J

Casey South Melbourne

2

Jackman, Marcus

Melbourne

4

Vardi, Nat

Fitzroy Doncaster

2

Sutherland, William J

Prahran

4

Wright, Tallan

Footscray

2

Dhull, Arjun S

Prahran

4

Elmi, Dale T

Frankston Peninsula

2

Pednekar, Yash

Monash Tigers

4

Larkin, Tyler J

Geelong

2

Goodman, Tim

Monash Tigers

4

Hayes, Connor J

Greenvale Kangaroos

2

Topp, Michael D

Ringwood

4

Lewis, Joel T

Kingston Hawthorn

2

Ashton, Patrick W

Ringwood

4

Fowler, Jack

Kingston Hawthorn

1

Rawson, Daniel J

Camberwell Magpies

4

Sathyajith, Nivin

Kingston Hawthorn

1

Jamieson, Kieren J

Camberwell Magpies

4

de Lange, Andre

Melbourne

1

Dowling, Joshua

Casey South Melbourne

4

Hatzoglou, Peter

Melbourne University

1

Benedek, Chris

Casey South Melbourne

4

Emms, Harrison S

Melbourne University

1

Molloy, Liam

Essendon

4

Edwards, Michael

Northcote

1

Willett, Isaac

Essendon

4

Grimwade, Sam E

Prahran

1

Matautaava, Patrick

Essendon

4

Humphries, Andrew J

Monash Tigers

1

Elliott, Samuel M

Fitzroy Doncaster

4

Parker, Wil

Monash Tigers

1

Griffiths, Gavin T

Fitzroy Doncaster

4

Harris, Marcus S

St Kilda

1

Winter-Irving, Hamish

Footscray

4

Powell, Sam M

St Kilda

1

Hammel, Ryan M

Frankston Peninsula

4

Manning, Josh A

St Kilda

1

Marnie, Jake T

Kingston Hawthorn

3

Walker, William G

Camberwell Magpies

1

Sturrock, Sean

Melbourne

3

Conway, Isaac W

Camberwell Magpies

1

Tremain, Christopher P

Melbourne

3

McKenna, Lachlan J

Carlton

1

Melville, Bradley

Melbourne

3

Forsyth, Cameron P

Dandenong

1

Borgas, Isaiah

Melbourne University

3

Perera, Nishal

Essendon

1

Morrey, Nicholas P

Prahran

3

Maxwell, Glenn J

Fitzroy Doncaster

1

Christian, Daniel T

Monash Tigers

3

Reed, Jake

Footscray

1

Sleeman, Zac O

Monash Tigers

3

Eccles, Brodie J

Frankston Peninsula

1

Holmes, Lachlan G

St Kilda

3

Barron-Toop, Jamin M

Frankston Peninsula

3

McDonald, Josh J

Geelong

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UNA PAISLEY MEDAL | FINAL VOTES PREMIER WOMEN’S FIRSTS ONE DAY PLAYER OF THE SEASON

VOTES

PLAYER

Club

PLAYER

Club

34

Devchand, Bhavisha

Ringwood

4

Killeen, Charlotte

Melbourne

34

Garth, Kimberley J

Dandenong

4

Flintoff, Tess

Ringwood

31

Carter, Rebecca

Box Hill

4

Triscari, Gemma

Prahran

27

Griffiths, Zoe

Box Hill

4

Rijke, Robine

Prahran

23

Reid, Sophie

Plenty Valley

3

Humphries, Alyssa J

EMP

23

Blows, Makinley

EMP

3

Parker, Teagan

Melbourne

20

King, Alana

Prahran

3

Baulch, Ella

Carl-Bruns

19

O’Donnell, Rhiann

Plenty Valley

3

Cripps, Lucy

Dandenong

17

Campion, Adelaide

Carl-Bruns

3

Clancy, Alexandra

Prahran

17

Kalis, Sterre

Prahran

3

Cloughessy, Amber

Carl-Bruns

15

Hutchins, Stephanie

Carl-Bruns

2

Weber, Isabella

Box Hill

14

Inglis, Emma

Prahran

2

Schilov, Natalie

EMP

14

Donald, Elly

Melbourne

2

O’Donnell, Anna

Melbourne

14

Rafferty, Paris

Box Hill

2

Lynn, Taylah A

EMP

13

Raymond-Hoey, Una

Ringwood

2

Faltum, Nicole M

Dandenong

12

Lanning, Anna

Box Hill

2

Fearns, Julie

Dandenong

12

Rafferty, Chloe

EMP

2

Quinn, Erika

Melbourne

11

Binch, Briana

EMP

2

Hale, Merinda

Prahran

10

Villani, Elyse

EMP

2

Gandhi, Simran

Plenty Valley

10

Yates, Amy

Melbourne

2

Williams, Ellen

Prahran

10

Jones, Grace

Plenty Valley

2

Shannon, Lara

Box Hill

10

Gill, Hasrat

Melbourne

2

Gardner, Poppy

Dandenong

9

Kershaw, Erica

Prahran

2

McKenna, Rhys

Prahran

9

Montague, Danielle

Box Hill

2

Green, Cailin

Carl-Bruns

9

Sutherland, Annabel

Prahran

2

Burns, Kate

Ringwood

8

Vine, Amy J

Melbourne

2

Wijesena, Uvindee

Dandenong

8

Jomini, Katia

Carl-Bruns

2

Lewis, Gaby H

Prahran

8

Henry, Olivia

Ringwood

2

Couser, Jess

Melbourne

7

Sheehan, Eve

Carl-Bruns

1

Lynch, Emma

Ringwood

7

Matin, Jessica

Dandenong

1

Neil, Jane

EMP

7

Carroll, Erin

Ringwood

1

Burke, Zoe

Dandenong

6

Strano, Molly

EMP

1

Anthony, Jaide

Prahran

6

Haddow, Mikayla

EMP

1

Hamilton, Mardie

Ringwood

6

Hayward, Ella

Melbourne

1

King, Meika

Prahran

6

Day, Sophie

Plenty Valley

1

Taylor, Natalie E

Dandenong

6

Moffitt, Renee

Melbourne

1

Ferris, Hailey

Ringwood

5

Lanning, Meghann

Box Hill

1

Homberg, Annecy

Melbourne

5

Townsend, Stephanie

Melbourne

1

Nevins, Jasmine

Plenty Valley

5

Field, Jessica G

EMP

1

Downes, Olivia

Melbourne

5

Butler, Stephanie

Box Hill

1

Omar, Maryam

Dandenong

4

Ciavarella, Meagan

Plenty Valley

1

Hagen, Courtney E

Carl-Bruns

4

Applebee, Kelly

Dandenong

1

Bhor, Nikita

Box Hill

4

Gallagher, Emma

Dandenong

4

Sutton, Breannon

Melbourne

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VOTES


SUE WOOLCOCK AWARD | FINAL VOTES PREMIER WOMEN’S SECONDS ONE DAY PLAYER OF THE SEASON

VOTES

PLAYER

CLUB

PLAYER

CLUB

31

Applebee, Kelly

Dandenong

VOTES 4

Prince Navaratnam, Roshini

Ringwood

25

Walters, Kylie

Ringwood

4

Forsyth, Sarah

Box Hill

22

Price, Alexandra

Plenty Valley

4

Haszeldine, Katie E

Melbourne

21

Gill, Hasrat

Melbourne

3

Harrison, Chloe

Prahran

19

Harrison, Pennie

Box Hill

3

Lee, Grace

EMP

18

Stilve, Emma

Box Hill

3

Herathge, Joeline G

Carl-Bruns

18

Syan, Ribhya

Plenty Valley

3

O’Farrell, Ashling

Box Hill

15

Weber, Isabella

Box Hill

3

Vickers, Brooke

Box Hill

15

Perrin, Mia

Melbourne

3

McLaughlin, Hayley

Ringwood

15

Innes, Lauren

Prahran

3

Ryan-Fuller, Clementine

Melbourne

13

Daley, Lyndall M

EMP

3

Cloughessy, Amber

Carl-Bruns

12

Loughnan, Debra

Ringwood

3

Page, Lucy

Melbourne

12

Burke, Zoe

Dandenong

3

Stirling, Madeleine L

Prahran

12

Hallett, Cherie

Plenty Valley

3

Grant, Jessica

Prahran

11

Williams, Ellen

Prahran

3

Pathania, Vanchica

Melbourne

11

White, Isabel R

Box Hill

2

Morris, Rebekah

EMP

10

Ferrara, Siena

Plenty Valley

2

Harris, Sarah

EMP

10

Fowlie, Tomeka

EMP

2

McPhee, Maggie

Prahran

9

Tan, Michelle

EMP

2

Smith, Madalyn J

Melbourne

9

Riley, Jane

Plenty Valley

2

Harris, Hannah

Dandenong

9

Abhyankar, Sayali

Ringwood

2

Dejong, Lani

Box Hill

8

Bennett, Ava M

Prahran

2

Grace, Kira

Carl-Bruns

8

Heenan, Rachel E

Dandenong

2

Gouws, Mia

Ringwood

7

Harris, Breannan

Ringwood

2

Elliot, Alexandra

Box Hill

7

Schie, Kate

Box Hill

2

Jenkinson, Sarah

Carl-Bruns

7

Saxon-Jones, Scarlett

EMP

2

Huggins, Madeleine

Prahran

7

Byrne, Emily

Carl-Bruns

2

Charalambous, Leah

Box Hill

7

Perera, Thenushi

Dandenong

2

Wijesena, Uvindee

Dandenong

6

French, Tegan

EMP

2

Deeble, Samantha

Prahran

6

Sheehan, Eve

Carl-Bruns

2

Perera, Nethuli

Ringwood

6

Jenkins, Parry

Melbourne

2

Hagen, Courtney E

Carl-Bruns

6

Caron, Jessica S

Dandenong

2

O’Brien, Alice

Melbourne

6

Illingworth, Milly

EMP

2

Mitchell, Emily

Carl-Bruns

5

Sherman, Jennifer L

Melbourne

2

Bhor, Nikita

Box Hill

5

Sutton, Breannon

Melbourne

2

Herathge, April

Carl-Bruns

5

Killeen, Charlotte

Melbourne

1

Heenan, Rebecca M

Prahran

5

Douglass, Kate

Plenty Valley

1

Clayton, Madeleine

Box Hill

5

Nainhabo, Kampi

Melbourne

1

Dahanayake, Nimnadi

Carl-Bruns

5

Doevelaar, Jordyn

Ringwood

1

Nichols, Stephanie

Melbourne

5

Taylor, Natalie E

Dandenong

1

Bowdler, Paris A

Prahran

4

Mison, Alanah

Dandenong

1

Sharkey, Emily K

Prahran

4

Petty, Becky

Ringwood

1

Homberg, Annecy

Melbourne

4

Gandhi, Simran

Plenty Valley

1

Hereora, Samohn H

EMP

4

Hulett, Jessie

Plenty Valley

1

Poli, Chloe L

Dandenong

4

Burgoine, Katrina

EMP

1

Rebeiro, Ava

Ringwood

4

Morando, Caitlin

Box Hill

1

Stallwood, Ella

Melbourne

4

Jenkinson, Fiona

Carl-Bruns

4

Brne, Hannah

Carl-Bruns

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PREMIER WOMEN’S FIRSTS TWENTY20 PLAYER OF THE SEASON

VOTES

PLAYER

CLUB

VOTES

PLAYER

CLUB

22

Blows, Makinley

EMP

3

du Preez, Mignon

Dandenong

20

Vine, Amy J

Melbourne

3

Omar, Maryam

Dandenong

13

Donald, Elly

Melbourne

3

Martin, Katie

Carl-Bruns

12

Lanning, Anna

Box Hill

3

Moffitt, Renee

Melbourne

11

Devchand, Bhavisha

Ringwood

3

Rijke, Robine

Prahran

11

Raymond-Hoey, Una

Ringwood

2

Campion, Adelaide

Carl-Bruns

9

Reid, Sophie

Plenty Valley

2

Strano, Molly

EMP

8

Cripps, Lucy

Dandenong

2

Ferling, Holly L

Carl-Bruns

8

Kalis, Sterre

Prahran

2

Brown, Maitlan

Melbourne

7

Duffin, Jessica

Prahran

2

Dooley, Josephine E

Plenty Valley

7

King, Alana

Prahran

2

Jennings, Amy

Carl-Bruns

6

Inglis, Emma

Prahran

2

Flintoff, Tess

Ringwood

6

Humphries, Alyssa J

EMP

2

Jomini, Katia

Carl-Bruns

6

Griffiths, Zoe

Box Hill

2

Walters, Kylie

Ringwood

6

Taffs, Jenny

EMP

2

Henry, Olivia

Ringwood

6

Neale, Courtney

Dandenong

2

Lewis, Gaby H

Prahran

6

Butler, Stephanie

Box Hill

2

Wilmot, Tayla

Carl-Bruns

6

Nevins, Jasmine

Plenty Valley

2

Hutchins, Stephanie

Carl-Bruns

5

Gallagher, Emma

Dandenong

1

Molineux, Sophie

Dandenong

5

Carter, Rebecca

Box Hill

1

Schilov, Natalie

EMP

5

Parker, Teagan

Melbourne

1

Lynch, Emma

Ringwood

5

Hayward, Ella

Melbourne

1

Kershaw, Erica

Prahran

5

Day, Sophie

Plenty Valley

1

Quinn, Erika

Melbourne

5

Garth, Kimberley J

Dandenong

1

Mison, Alanah

Dandenong

4

Ciavarella, Meagan

Plenty Valley

1

Leeson, Carly

Melbourne

4

Binch, Briana

EMP

1

Matin, Jessica

Dandenong

4

Villani, Elyse

EMP

1

King, Meika

Prahran

4

O’Donnell, Anna

Melbourne

1

Burns, Kate

Ringwood

4

Beams, Kristen

EMP

1

Jones, Grace

Plenty Valley

4

Sutherland, Annabel

Prahran

1

Perera, Nethuli

Ringwood

4

Webb, Courtney A

Melbourne

1

Illingworth, Milly

EMP

4

Jones, Madeline

EMP

1

Beaumont, Tammy

Box Hill

4

McKenna, Rhys

Prahran

3

Yates, Amy

Melbourne

3

O’Donnell, Rhiann

Plenty Valley

3

Montague, Danielle

Box Hill

3

Meier, Tahlia

Box Hill

3

Downes, Olivia

Melbourne

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PREMIER WOMEN’S SECONDS TWENTY20 PLAYER OF THE SEASON

VOTES

PLAYER

CLUB

PLAYER

CLUB

12

Chesterfield, Bridie

Melbourne

VOTES 3

Ferrara, Siena

Plenty Valley

11

Harrison, Pennie

Box Hill

3

Stirling, Madeleine L

Prahran

11

Clancy, Alexandra

Prahran

3

Syan, Ribhya

Plenty Valley

9

Daley, Lyndall M

EMP

2

Morris, Rebekah

EMP

9

Applebee, Kelly

Dandenong

2

Clayton, Madeleine

Box Hill

8

Morando, Caitlin

Box Hill

2

Hallett, Cherie

Plenty Valley

8

Arulrajah, Kristy

Box Hill

2

Poon, Bella

Prahran

8

Fowlie, Tomeka

EMP

2

Nichols, Stephanie

Melbourne

7

Jenkins, Parry

Melbourne

2

Thompson, Grace E

Carl-Bruns

7

Watson, Jordan

Melbourne

2

King, Meika

Prahran

6

Heenan, Rebecca M

Prahran

2

Burgoine, Katrina

EMP

6

Wijesena, Uvindee

Dandenong

2

Ferris, Hailey

Ringwood

5

Hawley, Casey

Box Hill

2

Caron, Jessica S

Dandenong

5

Pace, Keely

Dandenong

2

Williams, Ellen

Prahran

5

Byrne, Emily

Carl-Bruns

2

Charalambous, Leah

Box Hill

5

White, Isabel R

Box Hill

2

Homberg, Annecy

Melbourne

5

Maxwell, Erin

Dandenong

2

Gill, Hasrat

Melbourne

4

Sutton, Breannon

Melbourne

2

Illingworth, Milly

EMP

4

Carruthers, Julia

Plenty Valley

1

Schie, Kate

Box Hill

4

Innes, Lauren

Prahran

1

Saxon-Jones, Scarlett

EMP

3

Haddow, Mikayla

EMP

1

Smith, Madalyn J

Melbourne

3

Harris, Sarah

EMP

1

Davis, Acacia

Dandenong

3

McPhee, Maggie

Prahran

1

Nainhabo, Kampi

Melbourne

3

Petty, Becky

Ringwood

1

Grace, Kira

Carl-Bruns

3

Bennett, Ava M

Prahran

1

Doevelaar, Jordyn

Ringwood

3

Rafferty, Paris

Box Hill

1

Scott, Charis

EMP

3

Elliot, Alexandra

Box Hill

3

Bawden, Letesha

Plenty Valley

3

Landi, Haylee

Ringwood

3

Crowley, Neve

EMP

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BOX HILL CC

ESSENDON MARIBYRNONG PARK CC

PRAHRAN CC

31

Carter, Rebecca

23

Blows, Makinley

20

King, Alana

27

Griffiths, Zoe

12

Rafferty, Chloe

17

Kalis, Sterre

14

Rafferty, Paris

11

Binch, Briana

14

Inglis, Emma

12

Lanning, Anna

10

Villani, Elyse

9

Kershaw, Erica

9

Montague, Danielle

6

Strano, Molly

9

Sutherland, Annabel

5

Lanning, Meghann

6

Haddow, Mikayla

4

Triscari, Gemma

5

Butler, Stephanie

5

Field, Jessica G

4

Rijke, Robine

2

Weber, Isabella

3

Humphries, Alyssa J

3

Clancy, Alexandra

2

Shannon, Lara

2

Schilov, Natalie

2

Hale, Merinda

1

Bhor, Nikita

2

Lynn, Taylah A

2

Williams, Ellen

1

Neil, Jane

2

McKenna, Rhys

2

Lewis, Gaby H

1

Anthony, Jaide

1

King, Meika

CARLTON-BRUNSWICK CC 17

Campion, Adelaide

15

Hutchins, Stephanie

14

Donald, Elly

8

Jomini, Katia

10

Yates, Amy

7

Sheehan, Eve

10

Gill, Hasrat

3

Baulch, Ella

8

Vine, Amy J

34

Devchand, Bhavisha

3

Cloughessy, Amber

6

Hayward, Ella

13

Raymond-Hoey, Una

2

Green, Cailin

6

Moffitt, Renee

8

Henry, Olivia

1

Hagen, Courtney E

5

Townsend, Stephanie

7

Carroll, Erin

4

Sutton, Breannon

4

Flintoff, Tess

4

Killeen, Charlotte

2

Burns, Kate

DANDENONG CC

MELBOURNE CC

RINGWOOD CC

34

Garth, Kimberley J

3

Parker, Teagan

1

Lynch, Emma

7

Matin, Jessica

2

O’Donnell, Anna

1

Hamilton, Mardie

4

Applebee, Kelly

2

Quinn, Erika

1

Ferris, Hailey

4

Gallagher, Emma

2

Couser, Jess

3

Cripps, Lucy

1

Homberg, Annecy

2

Faltum, Nicole M

1

Downes, Olivia

2

Fearns, Julie

2

Gardner, Poppy

2

Wijesena, Uvindee

23

Reid, Sophie

1

Burke, Zoe

19

O’Donnell, Rhiann

1

Taylor, Natalie E

10

Jones, Grace

1

Omar, Maryam

6

Day, Sophie

4

Ciavarella, Meagan

2

Gandhi, Simran

1

Nevins, Jasmine

PLENTY VALLEY CC

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Will Sutherland - Prahran CC & Dani Montague - Box Hill CC

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CAMBERWELL MAGPIES 1STS 15 12 12 11 8 6 3 3 2 1 1

Fekete, Andrew L Hill, Simon F Russ, Thomas V Smith, Alec K Bhargave, Shubham Whittaker, Matthew J Walker, William G Conway, Isaac W Gunning, Oliver R Rawson, Daniel J Jamieson, Kieren J

2NDS 12 12 10 10 9 7 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 2 1 1 1

Rawson, Daniel J Guddadamane, Rishab M Bhargave, Shubham Murphy, Jacob P Singh, Steven S Dwyer, Mark W Vanderslik, Thomas S Scholz, Daniel A Di Stefano, Jack T Pawha, Adit Thewlis, Christopher M Walker, William G Jamieson, Kieren J Burrill, Hamish J Rosewarne, James R Bridle, Christopher W Wiseman, James W

3RDS 12 7 6 6* 6 6 6 6 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1

Thewlis, Christopher M Le Lievre, Thomas L Vanderslik, Thomas S Prior, Kevin A Windisch, Samuel J Fitzpatrick, Liam Guddadamane, Rishab M Doyle, Joseph Jenkins, Oliver J Petherick, Jess R Wiseman, James W McComb, Griffin R Nicholls, Aidan Mackinnon, John C Gunawardena, Ishan Di Stefano, Jack T Burrill, Hamish J Wood, Spencer J

4THS 23 11 9 8 7 7 6 5 5 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1

Vidajic, Adrian Cullen, Jack Carlin, Harris J Johnston, Caleb N Windisch, Samuel J Redhu, Dhruv Thewlis, Christopher M Capstick, Edmund-Robert R Jenkins, Oliver J Prior, Luke F Ponnamperuma, Anton I Smith, Charley G Sathiyaseelan, Shelvin Burn, Max D Griffiths, Reilly Donaldson, Thomas M Wolters, Mitchell R

CARLTON 1STS 23 21 17 16 12 7 6 4 4 3 2

Stevenson, Cameron A Gulbis, Evan P Stepien, Brayden Crone, Xavier A Smyth, Thomas J Ross, Nicholas J Pell, Donovan A Thavarajah, Kavisan Wilson, Matthew N McKenna, Lachlan J Harvey, Mackenzie W

2NDS 23 18 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 5 4 3 3 3 1

McKenna, Lachlan J Scheepers, Kyle O’Shea, Jack Woods, Nick Mattsson, Jack K Thavarajah, Kavisan Poppa, Andrew Culvenor, Matthew J Pottabathini, Nikhil Deep Bienvenu, Lucien Allison, Ben Matthews, Anderson J Dudding, Liam Faria, Abhishek Branston, Simon

3RDS 19 12 9 8 8 7 6 5 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1

Marchant, Todd Faria, Abhishek Sheahan, Abe Crowe, Jonathon Bienvenu, Lucien Pettitt, James B Corby, Jeremy G Branston, Simon Poppa, Andrew Trenwith, Harry D Connop, Sam J Cook, Jack R Dudding, Liam Lemire, Jai Mileto, Tom Pottabathini, Nikhil Deep

4THS 18 17 9 9 8 6 6 6 6 4 3 3 2 2 2 2

Vine, Mathew Morrow, Sean B Tracey, Brayden L Kumar, Manav Sheahan, Abe Petsinis, Les Colaco, Darren Starr, Thomas Pottabathini, Nikhil Deep Hurley, Ned W Boulton, Joey Braniff, Connor W Connop, Liam D Line, Timothy J Shaikh, Izan-ul Bastian, Jordan

CASEY-SOUTH MELBOURNE 1STS 22 8 7 6 6 6 6 5 4 2 1 1

Wells, Luke W Lambden, Nathan Freitag, Nathan Wallace, Michael T Pollock, Devin J Wyatt, Jordan N Chandrasinghe, Ashley Mitchell, Joel Sperling, Lachlan J Maxwell, James S Dowling, Joshua Benedek, Chris

2NDS 16 15 8 7 7 6 6 5 3 3 2 2* 2 1 1

Fernando, Aaron G Benedek, Chris Wyatt, Jordan N Mills, Blake Chandrasinghe, Ashley Hammond, Jordan Sperling, Lachlan J Adihetty, Ashvin S Lambden, Brayden Packer, Julian Quirk, Ryan Davis, Riley Serong, Jonah M Freitag, Nathan Bardwell, Aaron R

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3RDS 12 10 7 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 1

Halangode, Sachin Huttley, Nicholas J Laghmani, Imran Long, James Phillips, Connor C Packer, Julian Long, Jacob Bardwell, Aaron R Pearson, Mathew White, Bailey J Allaway, Evan M

4THS 15 9 8 8 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 1

Gamage, Maheesha V Diston, Christopher G Scotland, Jayden A Majoka, Rehan A Packer, Thomas Puri, Akshat Fairley, Stuart White, Bailey J Singh, Jasmeet McConnell, Harry R Wilkinson, Jordan D Godsell, Ned Hanger, Adam G Jones, Samuel B Quelch, Bailey B

* - Ineligible


DANDENONG 1STS 27 15 11 10 9 7 6 6 3 2

Nanopoulos, James Forsyth, Brett S Newman, Edward J Donnell, Tom Edgeworth, Comrey W Randiv, Suraj Edwards, Lincoln J Cassidy, Peter E Forsyth, Cameron P Thomas, Jakeb H

2NDS 17 15 11 9 8 7 7 7 4 3 3 2

Opanayaka, Dasun D Seneviratne, Gehan E Sweeney, Peter Grundmann-Perera, Zachariah P Slater, Joshua Forsyth, Cameron P Scott, Lochlan Buch, Akshat B De Silva, Triyan Heverin, Dane Fernando, Andrey J Sweeney, Michael

3RDS 12 10 9 8 8 8 7 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1

Scott, Lochlan Marinic, Max N Sheehan, Liam J Mackenzie, Jordan Wills, Jarryd Fernando, Andrey J Bostan, Raheel Murray, Joshua Newman, Angus J Harris, Christian Opanayaka, Dasun D Forsyth, Mitchell Siwes, Riley Kranzbuhler, Luke S MacCorquodale, Lachlan

4THS 17 16 13 13 7 6 6 6 5 4 3 2 2 1

Boraston, Mark A Vanderwert, Dylan A Langley, Matthew Warne, Mason Miller, Cody MacCorquodale, Hamish Sawrey, Joshua Malik, Daud I Sathyajith, Sen Mckenna, Aiden Kulkarni, Shishir Bhatia, Bhavya Bostan, Raheel Singappulige, Hivin

ESSENDON 1STS 28 19 16 12 11 6 6 5 3 2 1 1 1

Seymour, James Doric, Matthew O’Donnell, Thomas Ayre, Aaron Hill, Michael W Rutland, Connor McClure, Cameron L Bowe, Liam P Perera, Nishal Davies, Jack Molloy, Liam Willett, Isaac Matautaava, Patrick

2NDS 8 8 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 2 2

Mihelakos-James, Stephen Dias, Hendro D Stingel, Ryan J Toohey, Donovan Johnstone, Mitchell Galeotti, Justin Blair, William L White, Emerson E Hussain, Musa Ahmed, Ammar Davies, Jack Ryan, James P McClure, Cameron L

3RDS 13 8 7 6 6 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 1 1

Shoesmith, Nathan J Busk, Lachlan Blair, William L Cotter, Darcy O’Donnell, James Tobin, Liam Ryan, James P Deasy, James Matautaava, Patrick Hussain, Musa Lewis, Mathew Deasy, Daniel P Cheema, Akashdeep S Stagg, Luke

4THS 9 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1

Chowna, Farzan Camuncoli, Lucas Rode, Reuben P Mulkearns, Ned Lewis, Mathew Tarran, Ben Puxley, Grant Clark, Samuel Gadsden, Will Tobin, Liam Gordon, Oscar Farrugia, Conrad Madan, Chaitanya Burns, Errol J Lawson, Mitchell

FITZROY DONCASTER 1STS 17 15 11 7 7 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1

Rudd, Jack Elliott, Zachary T Dickson, Peter J Fletcher, Nicholas Sherriff, Jake Alavi, Ejaaz Banthorpe, Liam Vardi, Nat Maxwell, Glenn J Goad, Harrison S Shivakkumar, Lakshmn Smith, Kobe Korkolis, Noah Elliott, Samuel M Griffiths, Gavin T

2NDS 23 15 12 10 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1

Jones, Samuel A Shivakkumar, Lakshmn Grace, Brendan Trevenen, James P Smith, Liam Myott, Liam Macciocca, Zachary Fletcher, Nicholas Elliott, Zachary T Brambleby, Jordan C Ellingworth, Jackson Blyth, Joseph R Jephcott, Michael Goad, Harrison S Smith, Kobe Sacchetta, Michael Clarke, Bailen Forbes, Bayley

3RDS 14 11 11 7 5 4 3 3 2

Blyth, Joseph R Sacchetta, Michael McIlveen, Callum J Dhanoa, Ikroop Brambleby, Jordan C Stephens, Curtis L Bruckner, Hamish Chapple, James Saric-Skewes, Rohan

4THS 9 7 6 6 6* 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 2 1 1 1

Vos, Cameron Clark, Cameron C Plunkett, James Chapple, James Reynolds, Simon Thomas, Matthew L Reid, Joel Braunthal, Jackson T Law, Tim Asdagi, Kinnan Sheridan, Matthew Stephens, Curtis L Walker, Nicholas T Macciocca, Louis Goodger, Liam Kashif, Muhammad

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FOOTSCRAY 1STS 27 20 13 12 7 6 5 5 5 4 3 2 1

Russ, Dean Sartori, Daniel J Buckingham, Jordan S Dean, Travis Koch, Jonah Brasher, Dylan Kight, Dylan Underwood, Matthew Dixit, Siddhesh H Wright, Tallan Reed, Jake Muirhead, James M Winter-Irving, Hamish

2NDS 17 13 11 10 8 8 7 6 5 5 5 4 2 1

Kight, Jordan Jones, Shane M Koch, Jonah Dixit, Siddhesh H Brasher, Dylan Beniwal, Abhishek Roosenboom, Ben Dredge, Lucas Price, Angus T Pereira, Mali Barnewall, Mitchell Armstrong, Ashley Harris, Sam Faiyaz, Abbas

3RDS 10 7 7* 7 6 6 6 6 6 4 4 2 2 1 1 1

Burton, Alex McSweeney, Timothy Tidyman, Jakob Jackson, Chris L Keyt, Myles O Roosenboom, Ben Gleeson, Tearan Harris, Sam Moazzem, Shaifi Wilson, Stewart Aggelis, Blake Hughes, Timothy Harris, Matt Clements, Jarryd Watt, Matthew Birthisel, Max

4THS 17 11 8 7 6 6 6 6 5 3 2* 2 2 1 1

Doherty, James Harris, Matt Faiyaz, Abbas Tonks, Harry C Sapukotana, Gishan McCaskill, Samuel Dixit, Harshad Moazzem, Shaifi Collinson, Michael Chaudhari, Varad Tidyman, Jakob Markovski, Nicholas Maiorano, Daniel Sakkas, George Patel, Megh

FRANKSTON PENINSULA 1STS 13 10 6 6 5 4 3 3 2 1

Symons, Brodie J Gapes, Matthew A Dew, Christopher A Organ, Felix S Ashkenazi, Benjamin M Elmi, Dale T Eccles, Brodie J Barron-Toop, Jamin M Boland, Nicholas J Hammel, Ryan M

2NDS 18 12 12 11 8 7 5 3 3 2 1 1

Cleef, Chris Mann, Nicholas B Harford, Nathan W Drummond, Tim A Mead, Sebastian W Elcock, Jai R Barnes, Harrison J Wiese, Samuel D Conroy, Jack L Hammel, Ryan M Gardner, Mackenzie C Kuruwita, Tevin K

3RDS 19 10 7 6 6 6 6 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

Walsh, Lachlan A Curtis, Jack B Kuruwita, Tevin K McIlroy, Aaron L Klauer, Lachlan J McConnell, Lucas A Eklund, Blake C Gibbs, Jared T Conroy, Jack L Peet, Joshua Cox, Lachlan Drummond, Mitchell S Simpson, Rohan E Webb, Devlin B Edwards, Joshua D

4THS 19 9 7 7 4 3 2 1

Draycott, Simon A Salwathura, Thivi I Jamieson, Lachlan P Peet, Joshua Walsh, Liam Jewiss, Jesse T McHale, Trent Blanch, Matthew R

GEELONG 1STS 20 12 12 9 8 8 5 4 3 3 2

Butterworth, Hayden W Vines, Eamonn M Jackson, Thomas A Couch, Brody L Ludeman, Tim P McGlinchey, Dom K Larkin, Joshua B Larkin, Tyler J McDonald, Josh J Blain, Joel Reid, Mitchell E

2NDS 14 13 12 9 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2

Larkin, Joshua B Boyd, Angus L Blackford, Liam Driver, Jack Vine, Andrew C Blain, Joel Larkin, Tyler J Reid, Mitchell E Stow, Callum J Riding, Jack C Mastin, Josh Field, Lachlan G Treble, Thomas R Moroney, Dylan J

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3RDS 18 12 9 9 7 7 6 6 6 5 4 3 3 1* 1

Courtney, Tom Garner, Joshua F Slater, Dylan J Riding, Jack C Donazzon, Nicholas Scott, Tom C Rodgers, Jack Stow, Callum J Jenkinson, Bailey D Collins, Josh A Condy, Scott D Moroney, Dylan J Helwig, Kieren Donazzon, Zane Windus, Tyson

4THS 21 15* 9 7 7 6 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1

Van Den Nouwland, Shane M Donazzon, Zane Ronan, Connor Croft, Samuel Tattersall, Matthew J Eldridge, Lewis J Kremer-Slevin, Hunter Drenovac, Benjamin Hunt, Fraser Le Maistre, Jacob Evans, Angus Neate, Lachlan Hill, Oscar A Mulgrew, Sam

* - Ineligible


GREENVALE KANGAROOS 1STS 14 12 6 5 5 4 2 2 2 2

Silva, Kaushal McNicholl, Sean G Hussain, Zaheer M Stretton, Michael P Potticary, Jack T Hayes, Connor J Edwards, Mitchell G Fitzsimmons, Liam W Ali, Humza S Zammit, Aiden M

2NDS 10 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 3 2 1 1 1

Kett, Jevon M Zammit, Aiden M Qureshi, Haseeb A Hayes, Connor J Worthington, David J Adams, Kyle W Usher, James Safdar, Usman Winchester, Thomas Shannon, William Kelly, Bernard R Hussain, Zaheer M Edwards, Mitchell G

3RDS 16 9 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1

Sipala, Matthew Trembearth, Joshua P Hashmi, Arham Bell, Darcy Gutterson, Riley T Newnham, Kyle J Qureshi, Haseeb A Archer, Michael Dundon, William J Shikrani, Jareer ul Haq, Ehsan

4THS 9 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 1

Bolmat, Charles Carton, Jace Burton, Conroy ul Haq, Ehsan Singh, Pranish Winchester, Charlie Carton, Isaac Panaia, Noah Hundal, Gurbaaz S

KINGSTON HAWTHORN 1STS 9 8 5* 4 4 4 3 1

Dhindsa, Ramneet Chopra, Shorye Fernando, Visura Lewis, Joel T Fowler, Jack Sathyajith, Nivin Patil, Prateek Marnie, Jake T

2NDS 10 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1

Acocks, Matt Attanayake, Thaveesh Rigby, Jake Jones, Andrew J Chanel, Zaron Parsons, Patrick D Jackson, Kaidin Vincent, Jonathan Chopra, Shorye Ivetic, Simo Christensen, Jade Sathyajith, Nivin Malalasekera, Dishan Marnie, Jake T

3RDS 6 6 5 4 2 2

Rabadi, Kay Devsarmah, Gaurav Sheldon, Riley McCulley, Jordan Ivetic, Simo Weragala, Udara L

4THS 10 10 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1

Mannarsamy, Arunkarthik Singh, Ishtpreet Meedeniyalage, Ravidu Parsons, Patrick D Thakur, Anurag O’Shea, Michael Heinrichs, Leigh Katta, Kovid Weragala, Udara L Vailisseri, Mohamed G Goela, Dhruv King, Stephen K Hall, Jackson Sharma, Krishan V

MELBOURNE 1STS 22 17 14 14 9 8 7 6 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 1

Elliott, Kieran Thomson, Blake Buchanan, Meyrick J Koop, Jackson Coleman, Jackson Lill, Charles J Brown, Matthew J O’Neill, Fergus P Pucovski, Will Williamson, Kyle de Lange, Andre White, Cameron L Jackman, Marcus Sturrock, Sean Tremain, Christopher P Melville, Bradley

2NDS 17 14 12 11 11 7 7 6 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1

Petricola, Peter Harper, Jack de Lange, Andre Thompson, William Jackman, Marcus Sturrock, Sean Elliott, Kieran Griffin, Sean E Boyle, Aaron J Leadbeater, Jonathan McGillivray, Wilson Munro, Darcy E Williamson, Kyle Halbish, Phil J Smith, Patrick J Lill, Charles J Hannah, Glenn J Melville, Bradley

3RDS 30 11 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 2 1 1 1

Ryan, William N Cesarios, Alexander M Brewin, Sam O’Brien, William Ash, Joshua Lee, Harris B Smith, Patrick J Cesarios, Michael A Holmes, Charlie G Anderson, Chris Halbish, Phil J Welsh, Max Cheesman, Mitchell

4THS 16 12 10 9 7 7 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 1 1

Hyslop, Hugh C Tucker, Maxwell C Cesaro, Thomas McCooke, Stewart Frawley, Patrick Cheesman, Mitchell Anderson, Chris Benson, Josh Sturrock, Cameron Welsh, Max Larter, Tristan Meehan, James Saddiq, Usama Stove, Blake P Cesarios, Michael A

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MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY 1STS 23 21 15 12 10 10 8 7 5 4 4 3 1

Gregory, Alexander J McKenna, Fergus Reid, Steven Yaksender, Andrej Stafford, Mark Ahmed, Fawad Bett, James R Martignago, Jarrod G Young, Andrew P Hatzoglou, Peter Emms, Harrison S Scammell, Liam Borgas, Isaiah

2NDS 19 18 15 13 13* 11 7 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 1

Haseeb, Abdul Hatzoglou, Max Borgas, Isaiah Croes, Noah Iqbal, Yousaf Hutton, Daniel B Hatzoglou, Peter Young, Andrew P Emms, Harrison S Rolfs, Benjamin Mawien, Akon McLaughlan, John Horn, James E Simpson, Mark G Bett, James R Dooley, Callum

3RDS 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6* 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 1

Ritchie, Nick W Dooley, Callum Melican, Lachlan Zanoni, Jayden G Roughsedge, Ben Hutton, Daniel B McLaughlan, John Durrant, Elliott Savill, Tom E Hatton, Kendrick Stevenson, Jacob Warren, Douglas Skinner, Sam Horn, James E Kennedy, Jayden McNab, Dan Kooran, Jacob Elias Domann, Mitchell

4THS 12 10 9 6 4 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1

Patel, Om Stone, Jonathan Gall, Alexander P McNab, Dan McQuire, Anthony D Bienvenu, Hugo Kennedy, Jayden van der Merwe, Christian J Stockley, Tama Keely, Antony T Zanoni, Jayden G Epstein, Rafael Walker, Tom J Rao, Neshant

MONASH TIGERS 1STS 18 10 9 9 7 4 4 3 3* 2 2 1 1

Berryman, Marcus G Matarazzo, Dominic J Edwards, Scott A Perry, Mitchell Amin, Adam Humphries, Andrew J Parker, Wil Waters, Jackson Mills, Sam Pednekar, Yash Goodman, Tim Christian, Daniel T Sleeman, Zac O

2NDS 20 15 13 11 10 9 8 7 7 6 4* 3 3 2 2 2 1 1

D’Rozario, Jonathan Goodman, Tim Padmanabhan, Krishna Moon, Bailey M Keast, Tobias M Sleeman, Zac O Hinds, Connor Humphries, Andrew J Viccars, Kyle Amin, Adam Mills, Sam Fernando, Liam Kindlen, Sam K Pednekar, Yash Trevethan, Jack Parker, Wil Khattak, Saad Singh, Shobit

3RDS 9 9 7 7 7 6 6 4 3 3 2 1 1

Hesline, Jordan Kindlen, Sam K Cashman, Tom Kapukotuwa, Chansika Singh, Shobit Cross, Aaron Sharrock, Luke Pednekar, Yash Young, Shannon S Khattak, Saad Gore, Benji Hinds, Connor Arora, Aryan

4THS 12 12 10 8 8 7 6 6 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 1

Cowling, Nicholas Katarey, Hrithik Walsh, Tyler Khattak, Saad Gell, Harry Fernando, Liam Stow, Luke McGrath, Xavier Martinus, Romesh R Rice, Kieran W Arora, Aryan Stow, Cameron Gore, Benji Sharrock, Luke Ward, Jason Sharma, Rachit

NORTHCOTE 1STS 16 15 14 11 9 8 6 6 5 4

Medew-Ewen, Joe O’Sullivan, Max Harbinson, Sam Sundberg, Joshua Crispe, Aaron Rushton, Jonty C Phelan, Mark C Baker, Blayde Brandon-Jones, Elliot Edwards, Michael

2NDS 10 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 5 4 2 2 2 1 1

Lalor, Daniel J Fernando, Ravindu Cootee, Billy Vasan, Vasish Brandon-Jones, Elliot Walker, Jacob Lalor, Jack Koduru, Jagadeswara Rao Crispe, Aaron Crick, Ben Fitzpatrick, Lachlan A Biscontin, Nicholas Larkey, Harry Bhardwaj, Aryaman Jennings, Alexander T

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3RDS 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1

Ruaro, Bernard Cootee, Billy Larkey, Harry Vasan, Vasish Russell, Liam Lalor, Daniel J Rennie, Tarwan Walker, Jacob Conlin, Joseph Field, Mack Pereara, Benjamin Campbell, Christopher Valentine, Nicholas Lalor, Jack Strangio, Nicholas Marshall, Julian Bhardwaj, Aryaman

4THS 16 9 7 6 5 5 5 4 2 2 1 1

Crick, Adam Pereara, Nicholas Sandhu, Manny Brennan, William Ryder, Tremayne S Ruaro, Bernard Bhardwaj, Siddharth P Raines, Jack H Taylor, Liam Sikander, Asad Vasan, Vasish Arthur, Kaiden

* - Ineligible


PRAHRAN 1STS 18 16 15 13 10 8 6 6 6 4 2 2 1

Perrin, Andrew Wilcox, Matt Billington, James Hancock, Jake C Bull, Adam G Seymour, Stephen P Bangs, Lachlan Cook, Sam J Loten, Tom Grimwade, Sam E Sutherland, William J Dhull, Arjun S Morrey, Nicholas P

2NDS 11 10 9 8 6 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 1 1 1

Bull, Adam G Brown, Liam G Morrey, Nicholas P Hunt, Nigel King, Nicholas J De Bolfo, Steven M Boyce, James Blaich, Nicholas D Serry, Jacob Elvins, Callum Jackson, Travis A Parsons, Blake A Loten, Tom Dhull, Arjun S Herath, Yasiru Garber, Sashin Menon, Pranav

3RDS 11 10 10 8 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 3* 2 1

Herath, Yasiru Jackson, Travis A Hill, Sam Pike, William G Hunt, Nigel Parsons, Michael A Stone, Nicholas Serry, Jacob King, Nicholas J Hemp, Cameron Menon, Pranav Sudano, Thomas J Parsons, Blake A Seth, Kevin Beasley, Tom Anson, Max McGain, Liam Hendawitharana, Dulnath

4THS 15 8 7 7 6 6 6 6* 6 6 6 5 4 3 2

Khedkar, Ashok Webber, Brett D Graham, Justin Dhulipala, Balaram Mascarenhas, Dimitri Nichols, Jack Collins, Tom P Anson, Max Bailey, Jake Beasley, Tom Delaney, Max O Maharaj, Oliver Hendawitharana, Dulnath Sideek, Shadi Wiseman, Marcus

RINGWOOD 1STS 28 17 10 8 7 7 6 5 2 2

King, David A Rogers, Thomas F Freeman, Jackson M Evans, Zak K Fotia, Matthew F Came, Harry R Hartill, Josh M Toohey, Jake W Topp, Michael D Ashton, Patrick W

2NDS 13 7 6 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1

Freeman, Tyson M Campbell, Michael I Walker, Ethan P Corcoran, Zac M Adamson, Angus A Ervine, Rohan W Lester, Nathan M Beer, Sam M Hayes, Zachary E Toohey, Jake W Kannan, Harrish A Henderson, Clayton P Topp, Michael D Tibballs, Dylan J

3RDS 11 9 9 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 3 3 2 2 2

Carter, Jake T Humphries, Tom Peters, Jack D Eustance, Bailey J Roberts, Jordan J Henderson, Clayton P Ervine, Rohan W Walker, Ethan P Gibson, Benjamin A Adamson, Angus A Ludgater, Jordan R Lester, Nathan M Ramkumar, Vishwa Masters, Ryan J Hayes, Zachary E Reid, Callum N Corcoran, Zac M Wynne, Trent J

4THS 7 6 6 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Perry, Luke Flynn, Harry Callow, Austin Wade, Sam A Mole, Campbell J Spencer, Glenn Zacky, Joshua S Beer, Jack W Myagerimath, Karan Beck, Phoenix L Reid, Callum N Corcoran, Zac M Spencer, William J Masters, Ryan J Harvey, Braden I Ramkumar, Vishwa O’Dwyer, Benjamin T

ST KILDA 1STS 17 16 13 10 10 10 6 6 4 4 4 3 3 3 1

Murphy, Todd R Crosthwaite, Adam J Merlo, Jonathan A Laubscher, J E Egan, Damon T Lovell, Will R Hennig, Matthew R Bartlett, Joshua G Harris, Marcus S Powell, Sam M Manning, Josh A Beer, Michael A O’Brien, Simon G Davies, Benjamin S Holmes, Lachlan G

2NDS 11 10 9 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 1 1 1

Holmes, Lachlan G Morrison, Adriane S De Iacovo, Michael F Meddings, Daniel T Cunnington, Jack A Taylor, William A Davey, Mitchell S Kapoor, Saksham Egan, Damon T Lovell, Will R Davies, Benjamin S Gray, James D Laubscher, J E Stevenson, Max L Drummond, Joshua C Powell, Sam M Manning, Josh A Hennig, Matthew R

3RDS 15 11 9 8* 6 6 5 3 2 2

Gray, James D Deighton, Thomas J Kapoor, Saksham Maxwell, Charlie L Cefala, Matthew Narban, Surender Smith, James F Drummond, Joshua C Noske, Jackson W Page, Vincent F

4THS 10 8 6 6 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

Colyer, Perry Dixon, Harry McNeil, William S Gray, James D Hughes, Hugo Nicholls, Henry R Meddings, Lucas P Bailey, Nicholas A Stoupas, Matthew P Whiteside, Lachlan S Moriarty, Daniel C Fricke, Miles Kapoor, Saksham Sandhu, Armaan Dowling, Charles A Stamos, Evan H Kariyawasam, Seneth Zayler, Stephen A

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PAST WINNERS

UNA PAISLEY MEDAL

JACK RYDER MEDAL

YEAR

PLAYER

CLUB

YEAR

PLAYER

CLUB

1978-79

S Tredrea

Pres

1972-73

RP Bird

Coll

1979-80

E Bray

Melb

1973-74

JW Grant

Ess

1980-81

K McGready

Sth Haw

1974-75

JW Grant

Ess

1981-82

M Girdler

Melb

1975-76

KR Stackpole

Carl

1982-83

S Tredrea

Pres

1976-77

JN Shepherd

Foots

1983-84

K Saunders

Altona

1977-78

KR Stackpole

Carl

1984-85

C Wharton

Melb Uni

1978-79

KR Stackpole

Carl

1985-86

S Tredrea

Pres

1979-80

BJ Watson

Foots

1986-87

J Lord

EMP

1980-81

GJ Cosier

Nrthcote

1987-88

S Tredrea

Rich

1981-82

MD Taylor

Sth Melb

1988-89

W Napier

Camb

1982-83

JR Douglas

Carl

1989-90

S Tredrea

Rich

1983-84

TJ Laughlin

Coll

1990-91

K Saunders

Buck Ridges

1984-85

A Wildsmith

Nrthcote

1991-92

K Bradley

Camb

1985-86

MC Ephraims

Prah

1992-93

N Challis

Box Hill

1986-87

WG Whiteside

St.Kilda

1993-94

T King

Melb-Toor

1987-88

WN Phillips

Sth Melb

1994-95

K Saunders

Camb

1988-89

RCAM McCarthy

Nth Melb

1995-96

C Mason

EMP

1989-90

WG Whiteside

St.Kilda

1996-97

R Hickmott

Clift Hill/Coll

1990-91

WG Whiteside

St.Kilda

1997-98

C Mason

Hawthorn

1991-92

MW Ridgway

Fitz Donc

1998-99

Z Goss

Melb-Toor

1992-93

MJ Leehane

Ess

1999-00

N Challis

Box Hill

1993-94

GM Watts

Fitz Donc

2000-01

B McFarlane

Melb-Toor

1994-95

WG Ayres

Melb

2001-02

A Aparo

Bruns Park

1995-96

BA Joyce

Fitz Donc

2002-03

C Smith

EMP

1996-97

IA Wrigglesworth

Carl

2003-04

C Bradley

Melb-Toor

1997-98

PQ Harper

Uni

2004-05

C Smith

EMP

1998-99

Abdul Qadir

Carl

2005-06

L Machin

Haw MU

1999-00

CL Hooper

Carl

2006-07

C Fitzpatrick

Dand

2000-01

PD Collingwood

Rich

2007-08

J Franklin

Dand

DM Dempsey

Ring

2008-09

C Morrow

Bruns Park

2001-02

WG Ayres

Melb

2009-10

S Elliott

Dand

2002-03

CBD Street

Fitz Donc

2010-11

J Cameron

Plen Val

2003-04

RA Bartlett

Nrthcote

2011-12

J Cameron

Plen Val

AC Dale

Nth Melb

2012-13

E Inglis

Bruns Park

2004-05

SP Dart

Haw-MU

2013-14

S Elliott

Dand

2005-06

MD Allen

Carl

GC Rummans

St Kilda

2014-15

A Lanning

Box Hill

2015-16

J Cameron

Prah

2006-07

GC Rummans

St Kilda

2016-17

H Jensen

Melbourne

2007-08

S Spoljaric

Haw-MU

2017-18

A Lanning

Box Hill

2008-09

GD Cross

St Kilda

2018-19

A Yates

Melbourne

2009-10

GC Rummans

St Kilda

2019-20

K Garth

Dand

2010-11

TP Doropoulos

Nrthcote

B Devchand

Ring

2011-12

CA Rose

Casey-SM

2012-13

BG McDonald

Melb

2013-14

JF Miller

Prah

2014-15

IG Holland

Ring

2015-16

SL Taylor

Nrthcote

2016-17

BG Drew

Camb Magpies

2017-18

TL Lawford

Fitz Donc

2018-19

BS Forsyth

Dand

2019-20

DA King

Ring

JL Seymour

Ess

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