John Worsfold Medal
Sixteen individual players have won the West Coast best and fairest since the award was introduced for West Coast's inaugural 1987 season. The record of the most Club Champion Awards by an individual player is four which is held by Glen Jakovich and Ben Cousins, who have both won the award four times. Both players also share the record for the most consecutive best and fairests, having both won three consecutive awards.
The Club Champion Award was renamed the John Worsfold Medal in 2013, after former player and coach John Worsfold.
Various procedures have been used by the match committee to determine the club champion:
- 1987: unknown
- 1988: unknown
- 1989–2001: The match committee collectively award three votes to the best player, two votes to the second-best player and one vote to the third-best player in each match.
- 2002–04: Each member of the match committee rates every player to a maximum of five votes for each match.
- 2005–: Each member of the match committee rates every player on a 5–4–3–2–1 basis for each match.
List of winners
- a Also won the Brownlow Medal.
- b Also finished runner-up in the Brownlow Medal. Daniel Kerr finished runner-up in the Brownlow Medal in 2005 and 2007, but did not poll in the top three of the Club Champion Award in these years.
- "Honour Roll". West Coast Eagles. Retrieved 11 August 2011.
- West Coast Eagles Club Champion Award 1987–2010