Football Awards

Best & Fairest
Keith Shea Medal

  • 2014 – J. Maksymow
  • 2013 – D. Leslie
  • 2012 – M. McDonald
  • 2011 – B. Ryan
  • 2010 – B. Ryan
  • 2009 – M. McDonald & B. Horn
  • 2008 – B. Ryan
  • 2007 – B. Ryan
  • 2006 – B. Horn
  • 2005 – A. Brown
  • 2004 – A. Eames
  • 2003 – S. McCormick
  • 2002 – T. Hodgson
  • 2001 – T. Hodgson
  • 2000 – T. Hodgson
  • 1999 – C. Lambert
  • 1998 – B. Kirk
  • 1997 – S. Kenny
  • 1996 – T. Trevaskis
  • 1995 – S. Lenon
  • 1994 – P. Maunder
  • 1993 – S. Paton
  • 1992 – D. Butler
  • 1991 – D. Butler
  • 1990 – J. Kerr
  • 1989 – J. Kerr
  • 1988 – R. Peters
  • 1987 – S. Clarke
  • 1986 – R. Peters
  • 1985 – A. McIntosh
  • 1984 – R. Yonson
  • 1983 – W. Pendergast
  • 1982 – J. Smith
  • 1981 – J. Smith
  • 1980 – C. Trevaskis
  • 1979 – A. McIntosh
  • 1978 – R. Gleeson
  • 1977 – V. Drake
  • 1976 – W. Styles
  • 1975 – A. Smedts
  • 1974 – J. Danckert
  • 1973 – J. Smith
  • 1972 – J. Danckert
  • 1971  – K. Osborne
  • 1970 – R. Evans
  • 1969 – J. Maddock
  • 1968 – R. Barker
  • 1967 – J. Maddock
  • 1966 – D. Donovan
  • 1965 – W. Barton
  • 1964 – D. Sykes
  • 1963 – R. Whitehead
  • 1962 – G. Doubleday
  • 1961 – B. Cliff
  • 1960 – R. Wilson
  • 1959 – D. Britton
  • 1958 – B. Leahy
  • 1957 – J. Weidner
  • 1956 – I. Smith
  • 1955 – L. Braunack
  • 1954 – I. Smith
  • 1953 – L. Braunack
  • 1952 – L. Yensch
  • 1951 – D. Ross
  • 1950 – L. Yensch
  • 1949 – R. Schleibs
  • 1948 – W. Geier
  • 1947 – W. Trainor

Leading Goal Kicker
Stan Sargeant Medal

  • 2014 – J. Maksymow – 59 Goals
  • 2013 – A. Prior – 74 Goals
  • 2012 – D. Leslie – 40 Goals
  • 2011 – D. Leslie – 27 Goals
  • 2010 – D. Leslie – 56 Goals
  • 2009 – D. Leslie – 67 Goals
  • 2008 – L. Sims – 39 Goals
  • 2007 – A. Prior
  • 2006 – T. Pierri
  • 2005 –
  • 2004 – D. Murray – 52 Goals
  • 2003 –
  • 2002 – B. Piltz
  • 2001 – B. Hehir – 82 Goals
  • 2000 –
  • 1999 –
  • 1998 –
  • 1997 –
  • 1996 –
  • 1995 –
  • 1994 –
  • 1993 –
  • 1992 –
  • 1991 –
  • 1990 – S. Stamp
  • 1989 –
  • 1988 – S. Paton
  • 1987 – P. Ross
  • 1986 – T. Taylor – 31 Goals
  • 1985 –
  • 1984 – P. Westland – 91 Goals
  • 1983 – P. Westland – 89 Goals
  • 1982 – P. Westland – 87 Goals
  • 1981 – B. Parks – 59 Goals
  • 1980 – B. Parks – 110 Goals
  • 1979 – V. Drake – 59 Goals
  • 1978 – V. Drake – 61 Goals
  • 1977 – V. Drake – 72 Goals
  • 1976 – V. Drake – 78 Goals
  • 1975 – V. Drake – 111 Goals
  • 1974 – S. Sargeant – 81 Goals
  • 1973 – S. Sargeant – 68 Goals
  • 1972 – S. Sargeant – 66 Goals
  • 1971 – S. Sargeant – 67 Goals
  • 1970 – D. Elliot – 35 Goals
  • 1969 – S. Sargeant – 81 Goals
  • 1968 – S. Sargeant – 76 Goals
  • 1967 – S. Sargeant – 75 Goals
  • 1966 – S. Sargeant – 76 Goals
  • 1965 – S. Sargeant – 75 Goals
  • 1964 – S. Sargeant – 78 Goals
  • 1963 – S. Sargeant – 62 Goals
  • 1962 – C. James & K. Bruce – 28 Goals
  • 1961 – S. Sargeant – 58 Goals
  • 1960 – S. Sargeant – 45 Goals
  • 1959 – S. Sargeant – 54 Goals
  • 1958 – S. Sargeant – 36 Goals
  • 1957 – J. Star – 28 Goals
  • 1956 – L. Yensch – 78 Goals
  • 1955 – N. Benstead – 51 Goals
  • 1954 – T. Robb – 52 Goals
  • 1953 – A. Kimball – 21 Goals
  • 1952 – W. Orme – 80 Goals
  • 1951 – N. Benstead – 49 Goals
  • 1950 – N. Benstead – 67 Goals
  • 1949 – N. Benstead – 58 Goals
  • 1948 – J. Woods – 40 Goals
  • 1947 – R. Washington – 34 Goals

Best U21’s Player
Kevin Weule Trophy

  • 2014 – J. Harrington
  • 2013 – J. Harrington
  • 2012 – J. Beaumont
  • 2011 – J. Lloyd
  • 2010 – K. Klemke
  • 2009 – J. Brain
  • 2008 – K. Godde
  • 2007 – A. Prior
  • 2006 – M. Nichol
  • 2005 – J. Mackie
  • 2004 – M. Murray
  • 2003 – D. Leslie
  • 2002 – C. Gilson
  • 2001 – S. Gilson
  • 2000 – S. Gilson
  • 1999 – S. McCormick
  • 1998 – S. McCormick
  • 1997 – B. Hollands
  • 1996 – C. Williams
  • 1995 – T. Trevaskis
  • 1994 – P. Maunder
  • 1993 – P. Maunder
  • 1992 – B. Power
  • 1991 – S. Hetherton
  • 1990 – M. Cross Jnr
  • 1989 – J. Kerr
  • 1988 – B. Schultz
  • 1987 – S. Clarke
  • 1986 – J. Kerr
  • 1985 – S. Clarke
  • 1984 – R. Yonson
  • 1983 – R. Yonson

Best & Fairest
Jack Ronan Award

  • 2014 – J. Muldoon
  • 2013 – A. Elias
  • 2012 – C. Wylie
  • 2011 – S. Hodges
  • 2010 – C. Graeber
  • 2009 – C. Taylor
  • 2008 – J. Paton
  • 2007 – T. Burkinshaw
  • 2006 – L. Schuberg
  • 2005 – J. Weavers
  • 2004 – J. Mackie
  • 2003 – S. Gilson
  • 2002 – L. Mellier
  • 2001 – B. Taylor
  • 2000 – B. Barber
  • 1999 – B. Argus
  • 1998 – B. Kerr
  • 1997 – M. Evans
  • 1996 – T. Cole
  • 1995 – T. Nurmi
  • 1994 – W. Mulraney
  • 1993 – R. Hollands & L. Stevenson
  • 1992 – D. Mathey
  • 1991 – M. Thorneycroft
  • 1990 – G. Feltwell & M. Thorneycroft
  • 1989 – M. Thomas & D. Butler
  • 1988 – W. Mulraney
  • 1987 – M. McRae
  • 1986 – J. Prior

Leading Goal Kicker

  • 2014 – Z. Gallaway & K. Milosta
  • 2013 – J. Land – 40 Goals
  • 2012 – J. Land – 40 Goals
  • 2011 – J. Land – 38 Goals
  • 2010 – L. Antone – 29 Goals
  • 2009 – L. Scammell – 31 Goals
  • 2008 – M. Thompson – 27 Goals
  • 2007 –
  • 2006 –
  • 2005 –
  • 2004 – B. Garland – 16 Goals
  • 2003 –
  • 2002 – M. Sefton-Rowston
  • 2001 – M. Sefton-Rowston – 24 Goals
  • 2000 –

Best & Fairest
Peter Bruhn Award

  • 2014 – J. Escott
  • 2013 – C. Hindle
  • 2012 – B. Smith
  • 2011 – B. Smith
  • 2010 – R. Feltwell
  • 2009 – C. Graeber
  • 2008 – C. Taylor
  • 2007 – C. Taylor
  • 2006 – D. Lappin
  • 2005 – J. Klemke
  • 2004 – L. Rhodes
  • 2003 – A. Hill
  • 2002 – A. Prior
  • 2001 – N. McDonald
  • 2000 – J. Dickson
  • 1999 – A. Brown
  • 1998 – C. Wilcox
  • 1997 – D. Mastenbroek
  • 1996 – K. Duel
  • 1995 – S. Hutchinson
  • 1994 – P. Smith
  • 1993 – B. Kirk
  • 1992 – P. Jones
  • 1991 – S. Falkner
  • 1990 – S. Hetherton
  • 1989 – C. Cole
  • 1988 – G. Thurnling
  • 1987 – S. Wright
  • 1986 – B. McLennan
  • 1985 –
  • 1984 –
  • 1983 –
  • 1982 –
  • 1981 –
  • 1980 –
  • 1979 –
  • 1978 – M. Griffith
  • 1977 – D. Schultz
  • 1976 – J. Twomey
  • 1975 – W. Kohler
  • 1974 –
  • 1973 –
  • 1972 – M. Gibbs
  • 1971 – R. Pickett
  • 1970 – G. Christie
  • 1969 – D. Vickery
  • 1968 – D. Sullivan
  • 1967 – L. Poy
  • 1966 – G. Dale
  • 1965 – B. McMillan
  • 1964 – B. Carrol
  • 1963 – M. Pietsch
  • 1962 – E. Kelly

Leading Goal Kicker

  • 2014 – Matthew Findlay
  • 2013 – Charlton Hindle – 16 Goals
  • 2012 – Jordan Harrington – 34 Goals
  • 2011 – Aaron Bauerle – 15 Goals
  • 2010 –
  • 2009 – Jesse Johnson – 25 Goals
  • 2008 Hayden Murray – 20 Goals
  • 2007 –
  • 2006 –
  • 2005 –
  • 2004 – Nathan Matsinos – 32 Goals
  • 2003 –
  • 2002 – Adam Prior
  • 2001 – Jeremy Groves – 6 Goals
  • 2000 –

Most Goals In Ovens & Murray

  • Stan Sargeant – 1096 Goals

Did Simpson Medalist

  • 1999 – Corey Lambert
  • 2002 – Simon McCormick

Doug Strang Medalist

  • 2001 – Brendan Hehir – 81 Goals
  • 2007 – Adam Prior
  • 2013 – Adam Prior – 71 Goals

OMFL Rising Star

  • 2014 – Josh Minogue

Morris Medalists
OMFL Seniors Best & Fairest

  • 1999 – Corey Lambert
  • 1984 – Rudy Yonson
  • 1973 – John Smith
  • 1964 – Daryl Sykes

Leo Burke Medal
OMFL Reserves Best & Fairest

  • 2013 – Ashleigh Sibraa
  • 2000 – Shane Wardrop
  • 1999 – Ben Kerr
  • 1994 – Bill Mulraney
  • 1991 – Michael Thorneycroft
  • 1985 – Bill Mulraney
  • 1972 – Gerry Stakelum

Leo Dean Medalist
OMFL Thirds Best & Fairest

  • 2004 – James Weavers
  • 1994 – Dean Taylor
  • 1993 – Phil Jones
  • 1980 – Anthony McTavish
  • 1977 – Anthony McIntosh

Ovens & Murray
Hall of Fame Inductees

 2006 – Stan Sargeant
  • Leading goalkicker 15 times for North Albury Football Club
  • Topped goalkicking in 1974 with 110 goals
  • O&M goals record holder 1096
  • Played 289 games for North Albury between 1958 & 1974
  • Ovens & Murray representative 12 times
  • Represented NSW in 1971
  • Kicked 8 goals on debut at 18 years in 1958
  • Coached North Albury in 1972
  • North Albury game goalkicking record holder with 16 goals
2006 – John Smith
  • Played 316 games with 4 O&M clubs:
    • Rutherglen 50 games
    • North Albury 204 games
    • Wodonga 44 games
    • Myrtleford 18 games
  • Best and Fairest Rutherglen: 1970
  • Best and Fairest North Albury: 1973, 1981, 1982
  • Premiership player North Albury: 1980
  • Morris Medal: 1973
  • Ovens & Murray representative 33 times and VCFL representative 1981
  • Coached Wodonga and North Albury
2007 – Martin Cross
  • Played 160 games for Myrtleford
  • Longest serving coach in Ovens & Murray League History 21 years
  • Coached 378 Home & Away Games and 14 Finals campaigns
  • Coached Myrtleford to premiership – 1970
  • Coached North Albury to Premiership – 1984
  • Coached Dederang 4 years 1972-1975
  • Carlton Football Club played 55 games
2015 – Don Ross
  • Coach: 1959-62
  • Club best and fairest: 1951
  • Grand Final: 1950
  • Morris Medal: Runner-up 1961, 1962; third: 1959
  • Ovens and Murray representative
  • Footscray premiership player: 1954
  • Footscray best and fairest: 1956

Ovens & Murray
Life Members

  • Peter Johnston
  • Paula Cary
  • John Smith
  • Fiona Bowyer

The Jack Sheridan Trophy is awarded for best on ground ANZAC day match v Albury. The Trophy is voted on by the Sheridan family.

  • 2013 – Jason Akermanis
  • 2014 – Kristian Cary
  • 2015 – Ricky Whitehead