Almanac Football – Round 10: Carey-Bunton Medal

 

 

The annual Carey-Bunton Medal is open to  AFL players  coming from New South Wales and was initiated by the NSW AFL History Society. The votes for Round 10 and an update of the Leaders Board has been forwarded by Richard Colless, a senior statesman of footy in Australia.

 

VOTES ROUND 10

 

1 Jarrod Witts (GCC) 31 (ST K v GCS 4 votes)

2 Isaac Heeney (SYD) 19

3 Harry Perryman (GWS) 18

4 Dane Rampe (SYD) 16

5 Tom Hawkins (GEEL) 12

6 Jacob Hopper (GWS) 11

7 Callum Mills (SYD) 10

8 Isaac Smith (HAW) 9

9 Derek Eggmolesse-Smith (RICH) 8

9 Dougal Howard (ST K) 8

11 Zac Williams 5

12 Jacob Townsend (ESS) 4

12 Matthew Kennedy (CARL) 4

14 Luke Breust (HAW) 3

14 Jeremy Finlayson (GWS) 3

16 Todd Marshall (PA) 2

16 Michael Gibbons (CARL) 2

16 Harry Himmelberg (GWS) 2

 

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Comments

  1. The Crawforrd-Kelly Medal perhaps. Both Brownlow Medallists in the modern era . I didnt know thw great Bunt was from Albury.

  2. Hi Dan,

    Hadyn Bunton 3 Brownlow medals and 3 Sandover medals…
    won a Brownlow in his first year in the VFL. Read more at:
    https://www.nswfootballhistory.com.au/haydn-bunton-probably-the-greatest-football-celebrity-of-all-time-1938/
    Wayne Carey is always mentioned in discussions of the greatest of all time.
    Nice piece on Wayne by Neil Cordy at:https://www.nswfootballhistory.com.au/wayne-carey-the-greatest-player-ever/
    He was named Captain of the NSW Greatest-Ever team.
    Kelly and Crawford were also named in the team.

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