Trevor Barker Award
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.
- Tom Morris (5 September 2014). "Nick's six: Riewoldt crowned club champion".