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Congratulations Travis Schiller - 2013 Reserves Magarey Medallist

By ZAC MILBANK (SANFL)| Twitter @zacmilbank

West Adelaide’s Nick Homburg and Central District’s Travis Schiller have tied for this year’s Reserves Magarey Medal

By ZAC MILBANK | Twitter @zacmilbank
West Adelaide’s Nick Homburg and Central District’s Travis Schiller have tied for this year’s Reserves Magarey Medal.
And pacy Woodville-West Torrens forward Paul Ventura has been adjudged the best-and-fairest player in the Under-18s after winning the 2013 McCallum Tomkins Medal.
Recruited from the Edwardstown Football Club, Homburg – 182cm and 78kg - polled votes in just four of the nine matches he played at reserves level, including three best-on-ground performances.
The 21-year-old midfielder has regularly battled to retain his place at league level such is the strength of the Bloods’ exceptional depth under coach Andy Collins.
Schiller, the younger brother of Bulldogs league player Jarrod, is from the heart of the Bulldogs’ recruiting zone having been bred at the Nuriootpa Football Club.
The pint-sized 19-year-old, who measures in at 175cm and 73kg, is an emerging midfielder looking to break into Central’s high-performing league side.
Woodville-West Torrens ball magnet Angus Poole, who won last year’s Reserves Magarey Medal, polled the most votes with 15 but was ineligible after being suspended at league level this season.
Glenelg’s Brad Agnew and Port’s Casey Carr were the next best vote winners with 10 each.
Ventura, who stands at just 170cm and 65kg, polled votes in eight of his 17 appearances which included six best-on-ground efforts.
Originally from the Seaton Ramblers Football Club, Ventura, 18, boasts exceptional speed having posted the league’s quickest time (2.80 seconds) for the 20m sprint at the start of the season.
North Adelaide’s Chris Johnston and Port Adelaide’s Major Lienert were equal runner-up with 17 votes while the Rooster’s Liam Jacka snared 14 to finish fourth. 
Reserves Magarey Medal Leaderboard
Nicholas Homburg (West) 11 votes
Travis Schiller (Central) 11 votes
Bradley Agnew (Glenelg) 10 votes
Casey Carr (Port) 10 votes
Dale Armstrong (North) 9 votes
Scott Blesing (Eagles) 9 votes
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McCallum Tomkins Medal Leaderboard
Paul Venutra (Eagles) 20 votes
Christopher Johnston (North) 17 votes
Major Lienert (Port) 17 votes
Liam Jacka (North) 14 votes
Josh Buttery (Norwood) 13 votes
Dylan Auciello (Norwood) 12 votes
Jesse Watchman (West) 11 votes
Riley Knight (Ealges) 10 votes
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And pacy Woodville-West Torrens forward Paul Ventura has been adjudged the best-and-fairest player in the Under-18s after winning the 2013 McCallum Tomkins Medal.

Recruited from the Edwardstown Football Club, Homburg – 182cm and 78kg - polled votes in just four of the nine matches he played at reserves level, including three best-on-ground performances.

The 21-year-old midfielder has regularly battled to retain his place at league level such is the strength of the Bloods’ exceptional depth under coach Andy Collins.

Schiller, the younger brother of Bulldogs league player Jarrod, is from the heart of the Bulldogs’ recruiting zone having been bred at the Nuriootpa Football Club.

The pint-sized 19-year-old, who measures in at 175cm and 73kg, is an emerging midfielder looking to break into Central’s high-performing league side.

Woodville-West Torrens ball magnet Angus Poole, who won last year’s Reserves Magarey Medal, polled the most votes with 15 but was ineligible after being suspended at league level this season.

Glenelg’s Brad Agnew and Port’s Casey Carr were the next best vote winners with 10 each.

Ventura, who stands at just 170cm and 65kg, polled votes in eight of his 17 appearances which included six best-on-ground efforts.

Originally from the Seaton Ramblers Football Club, Ventura, 18, boasts exceptional speed having posted the league’s quickest time (2.80 seconds) for the 20m sprint at the start of the season.

North Adelaide’s Chris Johnston and Port Adelaide’s Major Lienert were equal runner-up with 17 votes while the Rooster’s Liam Jacka snared 14 to finish fourth. 

Reserves Magarey Medal Leaderboard

Nicholas Homburg (West) 11 votes

Travis Schiller (Central) 11 votes

Bradley Agnew (Glenelg) 10 votes

Casey Carr (Port) 10 votes

Dale Armstrong (North) 9 votes

Scott Blesing (Eagles) 9 voteS

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McCallum Tomkins (Under 18's) Medal Leaderboard

Paul Venutra (Eagles) 20 votes

Christopher Johnston (North) 17 votes

Major Lienert (Port) 17 votes

Liam Jacka (North) 14 votes

Josh Buttery (Norwood) 13 votes

Dylan Auciello (Norwood) 12 votes

Jesse Watchman (West) 11 votes

Riley Knight (Ealges) 10 votes

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Central's Travis Schiller. Picture Sports in Focus  
   
 
In action this season at Woodville. Picture by Peter Argent/PLA Media - CDFC Sponsor and Freelance Photojournalist  
 
And last Sunday at Unley against Sturt. Picture by Peter Argent/PLA Media - CDFC Sponsor and Freelance Photojournalist
Pictured here holding cup (at left) after playing in last year's Reserves Premiership Win.
Also in pic are young guns Brock Castree, who made his League Debut in Round 1 this year and Sam Colquhoun who played in Port Adelaide's Elimination Final Win over Collingwood last Saturday Night.
Picture by Peter Argent/PLA Media - CDFC Sponsor and Freelance Photojournalist

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