Jock McHale Medal

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The Jock McHale Medal is an award given to the coach of the winning premiership team in the Australian Football League. It is named in honour of coaching games record-holder Jock McHale. It was first awarded in 2001, and medals were retrospectively awarded to back to 1950 (the first season following McHale's retirement from coaching).

Year Winner Team
2014 Alastair Clarkson Hawthorn
2013 Alastair Clarkson Hawthorn
2012 John Longmire Sydney
2011 Chris Scott Geelong
2010 Michael Malthouse Collingwood
2009 Mark Thompson Geelong
2008 Alastair Clarkson Hawthorn
2007 Mark Thompson Geelong
2006 John Worsfold West Coast
2005 Paul Roos Sydney
2004 Mark Williams Port Adelaide
2003 Leigh Matthews Brisbane
2002 Leigh Matthews Brisbane
2001 Leigh Matthews Brisbane
2000 Kevin Sheedy Essendon
1999 Denis Pagan North Melbourne
1998 Malcolm Blight Adelaide
1997 Malcolm Blight Adelaide
1996 Denis Pagan North Melbourne
1995 David Parkin Carlton
1994 Michael Malthouse West Coast
1993 Kevin Sheedy Essendon
1992 Michael Malthouse West Coast
1991 Alan Joyce Hawthorn
1990 Leigh Matthews Collingwood
1989 Allan Jeans Hawthorn
1988 Alan Joyce Hawthorn
1987 Robert Walls Carlton
1986 Allan Jeans Hawthorn
1985 Kevin Sheedy Essendon
1984 Kevin Sheedy Essendon
1983 Allan Jeans Hawthorn
1982 David Parkin Carlton
1981 David Parkin Carlton
1980 Tony Jewell Richmond
1979 Alex Jesaulenko Carlton
1978 David Parkin Hawthorn
1977 Ron D. Barassi North Melbourne
1976 John Kennedy, Sr. Hawthorn
1975 Ron D. Barassi North Melbourne
1974 Tom Hafey Richmond
1973 Tom Hafey Richmond
1972 John Nicholls Carlton
1971 John Kennedy, Sr. Hawthorn
1970 Ron D. Barassi Carlton
1969 Tom Hafey Richmond
1968 Ron D. Barassi Carlton
1967 Tom Hafey Richmond
1966 Allan Jeans St Kilda
1965 John Coleman Essendon
1964 Norm Smith Melbourne
1963 Bob Davis Geelong
1962 John Coleman Essendon
1961 John Kennedy, Sr. Hawthorn
1960 Norm Smith Melbourne
1959 Norm Smith Melbourne
1958 Phonse Kyne Collingwood
1957 Norm Smith Melbourne
1956 Norm Smith Melbourne
1955 Norm Smith Melbourne
1954 Charlie Sutton Footscray
1953 Phonse Kyne Collingwood
1952 Reg Hickey Geelong
1951 Reg Hickey Geelong
1950 Dick Reynolds Essendon

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