Bernie Naylor Medal

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The Bernie Naylor Medal is an Australian rules football award which is given to the leading goalkicker at the end of each home and away season in the West Australian Football League. It is named after South Fremantle full-forward Bernie Naylor. Before the Bernie Naylor Medal, there was no physical trophy given to the competition's leading goalkicker, although there had been proposals for such a trophy to be instituted.[1]

Leading goalkickers[edit]

Bernie Naylor

The goal tallies listed below include those kicked in the finals where applicable. A * is used to show instances where players tied for the award after the home and away season.

  • 2014 - Ben Saunders (South Fremantle) - 59 goals
  • 2013 - Josh Smith (East Perth) - 62 goals
  • 2012 - Ben Saunders (South Fremantle) - 66 goals
  • 2011 - Blake Broadhurst (Subiaco) - 68 goals[2]
  • 2010 - Chad Jones (Claremont) - 85 goals
  • 2009 - Chad Jones (Claremont) - 77 goals[3]
  • 2008 - Brad Smith (Subiaco) - 110 goals [4]
  • 2007 - Brad Smith (Subiaco) - 126 goals
  • 2006 - Troy Wilson (East Perth) - 74 goals
  • 2005 - Lachlan Oakley (Subiaco) - 80 goals
  • 2004 - Brad Smith (Subiaco) - 109 goals
  • 2003 - Brad Smith (Subiaco) - 84 goals
  • 2002 - Zane Parsons (South Fremantle) - 65 goals
  • 2001 - Paul Medhurst (Claremont) - 78 goals
  • 2000 - Rod Tregenza (East Fremantle) - 86 goals
  • 1999 - Rod Tregenza (East Fremantle) - 57 goals
  • 1998 - Todd Ridley (Subiaco) - 77 goals
  • 1997 - Jon Dorotich (South Fremantle) - 114 goals
  • 1996 - Jon Dorotich (South Fremantle) - 88 goals
  • 1995 - Jason Heatley (Subiaco) - 123 goals
  • 1994 - Brenton Cooper (Perth) - 90 goals
  • 1993 - Jason Heatley (Subiaco) - 111 goals
  • 1992 - Kevin Caton* (Swan Districts) - 51 goals
  • 1992 - Craig Edwards* (South Fremantle) - 54 goals
  • 1991 - John Hutton (Claremont) - 100 goals
  • 1990 - Glen Bartlett (East Perth) - 69 goals
  • 1989 - Neil Lester-Smith (East Fremantle) - 90 goals
  • 1988 - Todd Breman (Subiaco) - 75 goals
  • 1987 - Todd Breman (Subiaco) - 111 goals
  • 1986 - Mick Rea (Perth) - 90 goals
  • 1985 - Mick Rea (Perth) - 100 goals
  • 1984 - Brent Hutton (Swan Districts) - 83 goals
  • 1983 - Warren Ralph (Claremont) - 128 goals
  • 1982 - Warren Ralph (Claremont) - 115 goals
  • 1981 - Warren Ralph (Claremont) - 127 goals
  • 1980 - Warren Ralph* (Claremont) - 85 goals
  • 1980 - Simon Beasley* (Swan Districts) - 97 goals
  • 1979 - Kevin Taylor (East Fremantle) - 102 goals
  • 1978 - Ray Bauskis (South Fremantle) - 82 goals
  • 1977 - Ray Bauskis (South Fremantle) - 108 goals
  • 1976 - Norm Uncle (Claremont) - 91 goals
  • 1975 - Murray Couper (Perth) - 63 goals
  • 1974 - Max George (Swan Districts) - 90 goals
  • 1973 - Phil Smith (West Perth) - 84 goals
  • 1972 - Austin Robertson (Subiaco) - 98 goals
  • 1971 - Austin Robertson (Subiaco) - 111 goals
  • 1970 - Austin Robertson (Subiaco) - 116 goals
  • 1969 - Austin Robertson (Subiaco) - 114 goals
  • 1968 - Austin Robertson (Subiaco) - 162 goals
  • 1967 - Phil Tierney (East Perth) - 119 goals
  • 1966 - Bob Johnson (East Fremantle) - 92 goals
  • 1965 - Austin Robertson (Subiaco) - 116 goals
  • 1964 - Austin Robertson (Subiaco) - 96 goals
  • 1963 - Ron Evans (West Perth) - 97 goals
  • 1962 - Austin Robertson (Subiaco) - 89 goals
  • 1961 - John Gerovich (South Fremantle) - 74 goals
  • 1960 - John Gerovich (South Fremantle) - 101 goals
  • 1959 - Neil Hawke (East Perth) - 114 goals
  • 1958 - Bill Mose (East Perth) - 115 goals
  • 1957 - Don Glass (Subiaco) - 83 goals
  • 1956 - John Gerovich (South Fremantle) - 74 goals
  • 1955 - Ray Scott (West Perth) - 83 goals
  • 1954 - Bernie Naylor (South Fremantle) - 133 goals
  • 1953 - Bernie Naylor (South Fremantle) - 167 goals
  • 1952 - Bernie Naylor (South Fremantle) - 147 goals
  • 1951 - Ray Scott (West Perth) - 141 goals
  • 1950 - Ron Tucker (Perth) - 115 goals
  • 1949 - George Prince (East Fremantle) - 82 goals
  • 1948 - Bernie Naylor (South Fremantle) - 91 goals
  • 1947 - Bernie Naylor (South Fremantle) - 108 goals
  • 1946 - Bernie Naylor (South Fremantle) - 131 goals
  • 1945 - Bill Baker (West Perth) - 91 goals
  • 1944 - Alan Watts (East Perth) - 101 goals
  • 1943 - Robin Farmer (Claremont) - 97 goals
  • 1942 - Ted Brunton (West Perth) - 94 goals
  • 1941 - George Doig (East Fremantle) - 141 goals
  • 1940 - George Moloney (Clarmont) - 129 goals
  • 1939 - Albert Gook (Perth) - 102 goals
  • 1938 - Ted Tyson (West Perth) - 126 goals
  • 1937 - George Doig (East Fremantle) - 144 goals
  • 1936 - George Doig (East Fremantle) - 109 goals
  • 1935 - George Doig (East Fremantle) - 113 goals
  • 1934 - George Doig (East Fremantle) - 152 goals
  • 1933 - George Doig (East Fremantle) - 106 goals
  • 1932 - Ted Tyson (West Perth) - 96 goals
  • 1931 - Doug Oliphant (Perth) - 84 goals
  • 1930 - Frank Hopkins (West Perth) - 79 goals
  • 1929 - Sol Lawn (South Fremantle) - 96 goals
  • 1928 - Sol Lawn (South Fremantle) - 75 goals
  • 1927 - Bonny Campbell (East Perth) - 87 goals
  • 1926 - Bonny Campbell (East Perth) - 89 goals
  • 1925 - Ted Flemming (West Perth) - 50 goals
  • 1924 - Bonny Campbell (East Perth) - 67 goals
  • 1923 - Dinney Coffey (East Fremantle) - 36 goals
  • 1922 - Bonny Campbell (South Fremantle) - 47 goals
  • 1921 - Allan Evans (Perth) - 64 goals
  • 1920 - Pat Rodriguez (Subiaco) - 36 goals

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "League Oppose Moves To Give Special Players' Awards" – The West Australian. Published 13 May 1954. Retrieved from Trove, 5 October 2011.
  2. ^ Barr, Michael (5 September 2011); Subiaco forward Blake Broadhurst secures Bernie Naylor Medal; PerthNow
  3. ^ Pike, Chris (24 August 2009); Claremont Tigers thriving under new coach Simon McPhee; Perth Now
  4. ^ Pike, Chris (13 October 2008); New-look Subiaco want more success after outstanding 2008; PerthNow