Grogan Medal

The Grogan Medal is an Australian rules football award given to the best and fairest player in home and away rounds of each season's QAFL/Queensland State League competition. From 2011 to present it is awarded to the best and fairest player in the North East Australian Football League Northern Conference. It was first awarded under the present name in 1946, previously being known as the De Little Medal.

Winners

YearPlayerClub
2018Blake EricksonBroadbeach
2017Jason Burge
Wayde Mills
Palm Beach Currumbin
Labrador
2016Jesse DerrickPalm Beach Currumbin
2015Callum CarseldineWestern Magpies
2014Ryan DaveyLabrador
2013Haydn KielSouthport
2012Ryan Davey
Fraser Pope
Tom Salter
Labrador
Southport
Redland
2011Cameron Ilett
Matthew Payne
NT Thunder
Southport
2010Danny WiseSouthport
2009Nathan GillilandMount Gravatt
2008Nathan KinchMorningside
2007Todd FeatherstoneLabrador
2006Matty PayneZillmere Eagles
2005David RoundBroadbeach
2004Mick StinearMount Gravatt
2003Jacob GoughMorningside
2002David RoundSouthport
2001Paul O'BrienRedland
2000Danny DickfosNorthern Eagles
1999David Bain
Brad Jones
Southport
Mount Gravatt
1998Dean EdwardsMorningside
1997Jeff BrennanSouthport
1996Corey LambertWest Brisbane
1995David BainSouthport
1994Mitch HoweMorningside
1993Daryl Bourke
Jason Cotter
Dean Warren
Morningside
Southport
Kedron Grange
1992Ricky Chapman
David Crutchfield
Chris O'Sullivan
Morningside
Southport
Southport
1991Cameron BuchananNorth Brisbane
1990Jason CotterSouthport
1989Daryl BourkeMorningside
1988Craig BrittainWindsor-Zillmere
1987Terry SimmondsMayne
1986Brendan McMullen
Greg Packham
Coorparoo
Kedron
1985Zane TaylorSouthport
1984Brendan McMullenCoorparoo
1983Peter Guy
Bill Pierce
Southport
Sherwood
1982John BlairMorningside
1981Greg HollickMayne
1980Barry KarklisWindsor-Zillmere
1979Don SmithSandgate
1978Peter IvesMayne
1977Peter TaylorWestern Districts
1976Barry ClarkeWilston Grange
1975Owen BackwellWestern Districts
1974Jeff EbertMorningside
1973Don SmithSandgate
1972Barry ClarkeWilston Grange
1971Owen BackwellWestern Districts
1970Kelvin MillsKedron
1969Ken Garcia
Terry Johnston
Terry Weller
Wilston Grange
Morningside
Windsor-Zillmere
1968Merv AppleyardWilston Grange
1967Robin HullWindsor-Zillmere
1966Gar Wah HingKedron
1965Tom GouldKedron
1964Ken GrimleyCoorparoo
1963Tom GouldKedron
1962Keith LeachWilston Grange
1961Keith LeachWilston Grange
1960Jim Conlan
Merv Dihm
Wilston Grange
Morningside
1959John GoldingCoorparoo
1958Andy StewartWestern Districts
1957Keith FarnsworthMorningside
1956Tom PellyWestern Districts
1955Henry MaguireMorningside
1954Noel McGuinness[1]Morningside
1953Noel McGuinnessMorningside
1952Bevis HowellCoorparoo
1951Bill ShortenYeronga
1950Tom Calder
Edgar Stevens
Coorparoo
Sandgate
1949Dick PartonWindsor
1948Tom CalderCoorparoo
1947Doug Pittard
Fred Willets
Western Districts
Yeronga
1946Doug PittardWestern Districts
1945L. AndersWorkshops
1942–
1944
Not awarded
1941T. NielsonPast State Commercial High School
1940Doug PittardTaringa
1939Pat VidgenTaringa
1938Jim DaviesWindsor
1937Col StreamWindsor
1936Not awarded
1935Jim DaviesWindsor
1934Jim DaviesWindsor
1931–
1933
Not awarded
1930H. GreenWindsor
1929Unknown
1928T. ChandSouth Brisbane
1927N. BrownWindsor

See also

References

  • "QAFL/AFL Queensland Summary Chart 1904 to 2010". Full Points Footy. Archived from the original on 4 February 2012.
  • Sportingpulse: Grogan Medal winners
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