John Cahill Medal

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The John Cahill Medal, named after Port Adelaide Power's inaugural AFL coach John Cahill, is awarded to the Best and Fairest player every season for the Port Adelaide Football Club.[1]

Winners[edit]

Recipients[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
2014 Robbie Gray Travis Boak Kane Cornes
2013 Chad Wingard Travis Boak Kane Cornes
2012 Kane Cornes Matthew Broadbent, Brad Ebert Domenic Cassisi, Troy Chaplin, Jay Schulz, Justin Westhoff
2011 Travis Boak, Jackson Trengove Tom Logan Robbie Gray
2010 Kane Cornes Troy Chaplin Alipate Carlile
2009 Warren Tredrea Kane Cornes Troy Chaplin
2008 Kane Cornes Domenic Cassisi Daniel Motlop
2007 Kane Cornes Chad Cornes Peter Burgoyne
2006 Brendon Lade Shaun Burgoyne Kane Cornes
2005 Warren Tredrea Kane Cornes Domenic Cassisi
2004 Warren Tredrea Kane Cornes Michael Wilson
2003 Gavin Wanganeen Warren Tredrea Peter Burgoyne
2002 Matthew Primus Warren Tredrea Chad Cornes, Josh Francou
2001 Warren Tredrea Josh Carr Nick Stevens
2000 Brett Montgomery Nick Stevens Fabian Francis
1999 Stephen Paxman Warren Tredrea Adam Kingsley
1998 Adam Kingsley Donald Dickie Darren Mead
1997 Darren Mead Matthew Primus Michael Wilson

Multiple Recipients[edit]

Name Medals Received Years
Kane Cornes 4 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012
Warren Tredrea 4 2001, 2004, 2005, 2009

References[edit]