Central District 2012 Best and Fairest Results
Central District Football Club's Best and Fairest Night was held on Saturday Night 20th October at Grand Central.
|188 people attended the night to enjoy a 3 course meal and speeches. The Night culiminated with the video presentation count of the League Best and Fairest award - the Norm Russell Medal.|
The list of awards recipients is as follows:
Winner of the Norm Russell Medal in 2012, for Centrals Best and Fairest Player was Bradley Symes, who polled 388 votes.
|Runner Up was James Boyd with 338 votes. Boyd had a sensational year in 2012.|
|Vice-Captain Trent Goodrem was 3rd with 218 votes.|
|2012 Bob Quinn Medallist (for Best On Ground on ANZAC Day) Ryan Williams, was Centrals 2012 4th Best & Fairest player with 210 votes over the course of the season.|
|5th Best and Fairest and 2012 CDFC and League Leading Goalkicker (and SANFL Ken Farmer Medallist) was Justin Hardy.
Hardy polled 202 votes in the Best & Fairest count and kicked 58 goals in 2012.
CDFC Leading goalkicker award was donated by CDFC Past Players & Officials
6th in the Best and Fairest count was youngster Paul Marschall who polled 179 votes.
|Other awards presented as part of the League Awards were:|
The League Incentive Award for 2012 awarded to Matthew Prior. Prior played a handful of League games and showed alot of promise. By winning the Reserves Best and Fairest there is no doubt he has put his hand up for a regular League spot in 2013.
|The 2012 Coaches Award (donated by CDFC Past Players & Officials) was presented to Ruckman Jack Hannath|
|The 2012 Danny Hulm Memorial Trophy (for the Most Courageous Player in 2012) went to Jarrod Schiller.
The award donated by the Hulm Family and West End.
|THE CDFC Reserves Premiership Team were presented on stage on Saturday Night and recognised as delivering the Club's first Premiership at Reserves level since 2003.|
|Reserves Awards were as follows:|
|Reserves Best & Fairest Matthew Prior - 86 votes
Donated by Alsco Linen Services, also the winner of the Hosking Family Perpetual Trophy
|Runner-Up Best and Fairest (award donated by Adelaide Fruit & Veg Supplies) Josh Waldhuter, - 62 votes|
|3rd in the Best & Fairest (trophy donated by Australian Liquor Marketers) Chad O'Sullivan - 41 votes|
|Coaches Award - donated by CDFC Past Players & Officials, was awarded to Josh Wittwer|
|The Reserves Incentive Award - donated by PFD Foods, went to Brock Castree|
|Captain Paul Thomas' 200 games was also recognised on the night with the presentation of the signed match ball from that game.|
|... and we also acknowledged the Gowans Twins on their retirement - 2 Absolute Legends of the Club!|
|To view a Gallery of Images from Best & Fairest Night click here|