Parker wins first Outridge Medal
- Friday, 14 September 2012
Parker with one of his many touches from season 2012. PHOTO: CAM WEDEMEYER - SUBIACO FC / twenty5six.com
SUBIACO captain Aidan Parker has won the 2012 Best and Fairest taking home the Outridge Medal.
Parker (147 votes) finished a runaway winner 81 votes clear of second place getter Joseph Daye (66).
George Hampson polled 55 votes to come third.
Hampson also won the Dennis Barron Memorial Trophy for the Rising Star Award.
But Parker was the story of the night, recognised for his state team selection, 200-game milestone, coterie group Golds' Player of the Year and picked by the leadership group as the most outstanding leader.
Ruck man Callum Sinclair (48 votes) came fourth in the voting with Robert Forrest and Clancy Wheeler tied for fifth (44).
The remainder of the top-ten was made up by Jack Anthony (41 votes), Abe Davey (40), Darren Rumble (38), Rhett Kerr (37).
Former Outridge medalist winner Blake Broadhurst won the Austin Robertson Trophy for the leading goal kicker award.
Late season league debutant Simon Moore won the Blakemore Medal for the reserves Best and Fairest with 91 votes.
Justin Joyce the runner-up with 59 votes to take home the Bill Mackie Memorial Trophy.
James Garcia claimed the Taylor medal as the colts Best and Fairest.
Property man Barry Strack won the President's Trophy for his tireless work around the club.
Son of former player and club President Neil Randall, vice-captain Ben Randall was awarded the City of Subiaco Medallion as Best Clubman.
Abe Davey was recognised for his selfless approach to his game to win the league Newton Screaigh Memorial Award.
Myles Smythe won it for the reserves.
The Newton Screaigh Memorial Award is presented to the player who performed consistently throughout the year and has shown dedication to the football club and his teammates.