Leading Goalkicker

Some articles on leading goalkicker, goalkickers:

Troy Wilson (Australian Rules Footballer) - Football Career
... he played 18 games and kicked 40 goals to be the club's leading goalkicker ... Medal as East Perth's fairest and best player, and was also the club's leading goalkicker. 74 goals, including 6 in the final round to be awarded the Bernie Naylor Medal as the leading goalkicker in the WAFL ...
Chad Jones - Career
63.41 for the season, second only to Anthony Jones (68 goals) as Claremont's leading goalkicker ... Claremont, Jones emerged as a full-forward in 2009, kicking 77 goals to be the club's leading goalkicker, also winning the Bernie Naylor Medal as the competition's leading goalkicker ...
List Of Michael Roach Medal Recipients
... The Michael Roach Medal is an Australian rules football award given each season to the leading goalkicker (or goalkickers) for the Richmond Football Club ... Retiring in 2009, Richmond forward Matthew Richardson was the club's leading goalkicker on thirteen occasions ... five times and a number of players were the club's leading goalkicker for the season on three occasions – George Bayliss, Doug Strang, Dick Harris, Ray Poulter, Bob ...
Albert Thurgood - Career Highlights
... Games 48 Goals 128) Player honors VFL Leading goalkicker 1900 – 25 goals (equal) Essendon Best and Fairest 1901 Essendon leading goalkicker 1900, 1902 WAFA Leading goalkicker 1895, 1896, 1897 Essendon "Team of the ...
St Kilda Football Club - History - 1960—1973: Successful Era - 1970—1973: Consecutive Finals Series
... Tony Lockett won the Coleman Medal for leading goalkicker in the home and away season, the fourth St Kilda player to win the league's leading goalkicker award ... win both the league's best and fairest award and the league's leading goalkicker award in the same season ...

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