Trevor Barker Award

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The Trevor Barker Award is an Australian rules football award for the player voted the St Kilda Football Club best and fairest player during the home and away season in the Australian Football League by a voting panel.

It has been awarded since 1914 but has only been known as the Trevor Barker Award since the late 1990s, in honour of former St Kilda player and reserves coach Trevor Barker, who died, aged 39, in April 1996.

Nick Riewoldt has won the most awards with five between 2002 and 2009.[1]

Winners[edit]

Year Winner
2013 Jack Steven
2012 Lenny Hayes
2011 Sam Fisher
2010 Lenny Hayes
2009 Nick Riewoldt
2008 Sam Fisher
2007 Nick Riewoldt
2006 Nick Riewoldt
2005 Steven Baker, Luke Ball (tied)
2004 Nick Riewoldt
2003 Lenny Hayes
2002 Nick Riewoldt
2001 Peter Everitt
2000 Andrew Thompson
1999 Nathan Burke
1998 Robert Harvey

(Brownlow Medal winner)

1997 Robert Harvey

(Brownlow Medal winner)

1996 Nathan Burke
1995 Nicky Winmar
1994 Robert Harvey
1993 Nathan Burke
1992 Robert Harvey
1991 Tony Lockett
1990 Stewart Loewe
1989 Nicky Winmar
1988 Danny Frawley
1987 Tony Lockett

(Brownlow Medal winner)

1986 Greg Burns
1985 Paul Morwood
1984 Greg Burns
1983 Max Crow
1982 Peter Kiel
1981 Trevor Barker
1980 Jeff Dunne
1979 Jeff Dunne
1978 Graeme Gellie
1977 Jeff Sarau
1976 Trevor Barker
1975 Jeff Sarau
1974 Glenn Elliott
1973 Kevin Neale
1972 Stuart Trott
1971 Ross Smith
1970 Daryl Griffiths
1969 Robert W. Murray
1968 Carl Ditterich
1967 Ross Smith

(Brownlow Medal winner)

1966 Ian Stewart

(Brownlow Medal winner)

1965 Darrel Baldock
1964 Ian Stewart
1963 Darrel Baldock
1962 Darrel Baldock
1961 Lance W. Oswald
1960 Lance W. Oswald
1959 Verdun Howell

(Brownlow Medal winner)

1958 Neil Roberts

(Brownlow Medal winner)

1957 Brian Gleeson

(Brownlow Medal winner)

1956 Keith Drinan
1955 Neil Roberts
1954 Les Foote
1953 Keith Drinan
1952 Jim A. Ross
1951 Jim A. Ross
1950 Bruce Phillips
1949 Jim A. Ross
1948 Robert Hancock
1947 Harold Bray
1946 Keith Rosewarne
1945 Harold Bray
1944 Reg Garvin
1943 Ken Walker
1942 Ken Walker
1941 Reg Garvin
1940 Alan Killigrew
1939 Roy Fountain
1938 Stan Lloyd
1937 Jack Davis
1936 Bill Mohr
1935 Jack Davis
1934 Jack Davis
1933 Harold Comte
1932 Bill Mohr
1931 Harry Neill
1930 Fred Phillips
1929 Bill Cubbins
1928 Bill Cubbins
1927 Harold Matthews
1926 Horrie Mason, Harold Matthews
1925 Cyril Gambetta
1924 Colin Watson
1923 Bill Cubbins
1922 Barney Carr
1921 Bill Cubbins
1920 Wally Cameron
1919 Wels Eicke
1918 Roy Cazaly
1917 Club recess due to WWI
1916 Club recess due to WWI
1915 Wels Eicke
1914 Wels Eicke

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martin Blake, Martin Boulton and Andrea Petrie (4 October 2009). "Riewoldt wins historic fifth medal". 

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