Malcolm Blight Medal

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The Malcolm Blight Medal is a post-season award given to the best and fairest player in the Adelaide Crows Football Club. The medal was named after former Adelaide Crows coach, Malcolm Blight and was first awarded in 1991.

Recipients[edit]

Year Winner Second
2013 Rory Sloane Richard Douglas
2012 Scott Thompson Patrick Dangerfield
2011 Scott Thompson Nathan van Berlo
2010 Richard Douglas Scott Thompson
2009 Bernie Vince Jason Porplyzia
2008 Nathan Bock Simon Goodwin
2007 Andrew McLeod Simon Goodwin
2006 Simon Goodwin Tyson Edwards
2005 Simon Goodwin Nathan Bassett
2004 Mark Ricciuto Tyson Stenglein
2003 Mark Ricciuto

(Brownlow Medal winner)

Tyson Edwards
2002 Ben Hart Tyson Edwards
2001 Andrew McLeod Mark Stevens
2000 Simon Goodwin Andrew McLeod
1999 Ben Hart Andrew McLeod
1998 Mark Ricciuto Nigel Smart
1997 Andrew McLeod Darren Jarman
1996 Matthew Liptak Nigel Smart
1995 Matthew Connell Andrew Jarman
1994 Shaun Rehn Tony McGuinness
1993 Tony McGuinness Mark Bickley
1992 Chris McDermott Tony McGuinness
1991 Mark Mickan Tony McGuinness

Multiple Recipients[edit]

Name Medals Received Years
Andrew McLeod 3 1997, 2001, 2007
Simon Goodwin 3 2000, 2005, 2006
Mark Ricciuto 3 1998, 2003, 2004
Ben Hart 2 1999, 2002
Scott Thompson 2 2011, 2012

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