Ken Farmer Medal

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The Ken Farmer Medal is named in honour of the Australian rules footballer, North Adelaide Football Club full forward Ken Farmer. The medal is awarded to the South Australian Football League's (SANFL) top goalkicker at the end of the minor round of matches each season and was instigated in 1981.

Ken Farmer Medallists[edit]

[1]

Year Medallist Club Goals
1981 Tim Evans Port Adelaide 98
1982 Tim Evans Port Adelaide 125
1983 Rick Davies Sturt 151
1984 Tim Evans Port Adelaide 127
1985 Malcolm Blight Woodville 126
1986 Stephen Nichols Woodville 103
1987 John Roberts North Adelaide 111
1988 Stephen Nichols Woodville 103
1989 Rudi Mandemaker Central District 93
1990 Scott Hodges Port Adelaide 153
1991 Scott Morphett WWT Eagles 99
1992 Mark Tylor Port Adelaide 97
1993 Mark Tylor Port Adelaide 87
1994 Scott Hodges Port Adelaide 114
1995 Danny Del-Re South Adelaide 92
1996 Scott Hodges Port Adelaide 102
1997 Jim West Norwood 73
1998 Adam Richardson West Adelaide 100
1999 Adam Richardson West Adelaide 66
2000 Adam Richardson West Adelaide 72
2001 Adam Richardson West Adelaide 81
2002 Daniel Hargraves North Adelaide 68
2003 Darren Bradshaw West Adelaide 88
2004 Daniel Schell Central District 63
2005 Daniel Schell Central District 67
2006 Mark Passador WWT Eagles 79
2007 Brant Chambers Sturt 106
2008 Brant Chambers Sturt 97
2009 Brant Chambers Sturt 80
2010 Todd Grima Glenelg 58
2011 Michael Wundke South Adelaide 67
2012 Justin Hardy [2] Central District 58
2013 Michael Wundke South Adelaide 52
2014 Michael Wundke WWT Eagles 63

Leading goalkickers prior to 1981[edit]

Prior to the instigation of this award the League recorded the leading goalkicker for each season of competition.

Year Medallist Club Goals
1877 J Young Adelaide 14
1878 William H. J. "Billy" Dedman Norwood 12
1879 William H. J. "Billy" Dedman Norwood 12
1880 Joe Traynor Norwood 7
1881 Joe 'Curly' Pollock Norwood 7
W J Duffy Norwood 7
1882 H J Wardrop South Adelaide 14
1883 J E Litchfield Port Adelaide 13
1884 R P Roy Port Adelaide 22
1885 H R Hill South Adelaide 19
1886 R Stephens Adelaide 17
1887 Alf Bushby South Adelaide 25
1888 C Woods Norwood 29
1889 C Fry Port Adelaide 32
1890 J McKenzie Port Adelaide 32
1891 C Woods Norwood 55
1892 C Woods Norwood 46
1893 Anthony 'Bos' Daly Norwood 88
1894 Anthony 'Bos' Daly Norwood 47
1895 Anthony 'Bos' Daly Norwood 46
1896 Jack Kay South Adelaide 25
1897 J Tompkins Port Adelaide 27
1898 Jack Kay South Adelaide 35
1899 Anthony 'Bos' Daly Norwood 32
1900 Anthony 'Bos' Daly West Torrens 27
1901 W Miller Norwood 44
1902 Jack Kay South Adelaide 28
1903 Anthony 'Bos' Daly North Adelaide 54
1904 W Miller Norwood 35
1905 J Mathieson Port Adelaide 30
Anthony 'Bos' Daly North Adelaide 30
1906 J Mathieson Port Adelaide 42
1907 Jack Quinn Port Adelaide 32
1908 J Mathieson Port Adelaide 33
1909 Richard Townsend Norwood 22
1910 Frank Hansen Port Adelaide 46
1911 Frank Hansen Port Adelaide 41
1912 Frank Hansen Port Adelaide 37
1913 Frank Hansen Port Adelaide 39
1914 J Dunn Port Adelaide 33
1915 F Fitzgerald West Adelaide 31
1916- 1918 Suspended during World War 1
1919 L Lackman Port Adelaide 26
1920 Frank Golding Sturt 30
1921 Roy Bent Norwood 42
1922 Tom Hart Norwood 50
1923 P Lewis North Adelaide 58
1924 Roy Bent Norwood 53
1925 Roy Bent Norwood 59
1926 Roy Bent Norwood 65
1927 Jack Owens Glenelg 80
1928 Jack Owens Glenelg 83
1929 Les Dayman Port Adelaide 86
1930 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 105
1931 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 126
1932 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 102
Jack Owens Glenelg 102
1933 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 112
1934 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 106
1935 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 128
1936 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 134
1937 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 108
1938 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 112
1939 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 113
1940 Ken Farmer North Adelaide 125
1941 Bruce Schultz Norwood 100
1942 R Reynolds Sturt/South Adelaide 45
1943 William E Isaac Norwood/North Adelaide 73
1944 William E Isaac Norwood/North Adelaide 76
1945 S Scott South Adelaide 64
1946 Peter Dalwood Norwood 70
1947 Bob McLean Port Adelaide 80
1948 Colin Churchett Glenelg 88
1949 Colin Churchett Glenelg 72
1950 Colin Churchett Glenelg 105
1951 Colin Churchett Glenelg 102
1952 John Willis West Torrens 85
1953 Max Mayo Norwood 78
1954 William McKenzie North Adelaide 67
1955 Paul Caust Sturt 57
1956 Rex Johns Port Adelaide 70
1957 Peter Phipps West Adelaide 90
1958 Rex Johns Port Adelaide 55
1959 Wally Dittmar Port Adelaide 74
1960 Wally Dittmar Port Adelaide 69
1961 Geoff Kingston West Torrens 79
1962 Rex Johns Port Adelaide 76
1963 Rex Johns Port Adelaide 54
1964 Ross Sawley Sturt 70
1965 Ian Brewer Norwood 96
1966 Eric Freeman Port Adelaide 81
1967 Dennis Sachse North 90
1968 Rick Vidovich Central District 62
1969 D K "Fred" Phillis Glenelg 137
1970 D K "Fred" Phillis Glenelg 107
1971 D K "Fred" Phillis Glenelg 99
1972 Michael Coligan Norwood 81
1973 Ken Whelan Sturt 107
1974 Ken Whelan Sturt 108
1975 D K "Fred" Phillis Glenelg 108
1976 D K "Fred" Phillis Glenelg 98
1977 Tim Evans Port Adelaide 87
1978 Tim Evans Port Adelaide 90
1979 Glynn Hewitt Woodville 83
1980 Tim Evans Port Adelaide 146

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Leading Goalkickers". SANFL. South Australian National Football League. Retrieved 8 September 2014. 
  2. ^ "Bulldog Justin Hardy takes out the 2012 Ken Farmer Medal". Central District Football Club. nishnash. Retrieved 8 June 2014.