Universal Love 2019 'Carji' Greeves Medal - tonight

Snarls Barkley

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Jun 7, 2012
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I think the top three was pretty much spot on. Should’ve been a 50/50 between Dangerfield and Kelly, either would’ve been worthy.

Have no idea how it ended up that way with the running total during the night but all’s well that ends well.

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cats_09

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Congrats to the following posters who correctly tipped the top 3 in the Carji, and also winty who replied to another post & said they'll follow suit

And having read through all the predictions - no one correctly predicted Hawkins to be named as Community Champion

Tom Harley Best Clubman: Scott Selwood
Best Young Player: Gryan Miers
Community Champion: Gary Rohan

Carji Medal:
1st:
Patrick Dangerfield
2nd: Tim Kelly
3rd: Tom Stewart
Tom Harley Best Clubman: Scott Selwood
Best Young Player: Gryan Miers
Community Champion: Jarmaine Jones

Carji Medal:
1st:
Patrick Dangerfield
2nd: Tim Kelly
3rd: Tom Stewart
 

cats_09

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Joel with yet another top 10 finish and also, congrats to young Miers who held his spot & finished top 10 in his first season at this level

Also want to congratulate Dahlhaus. This time last year some raised questions about what he would bring to the club - tonight he finished top 10 in our b&f in his first season with us, hope he keeps up this form over coming seasons and shows he's been a valuable addition to our club

Carji Greeves Medal – Top 10
1. Patrick Dangerfield 268
2. Tim Kelly 259.5
3. Tom Stewart 251
4. Tom Hawkins 250
5. Mark Blicavs 247
6. Luke Dahlhaus 245
7. Gary Ablett 241.5
8. Mitch Duncan 240.5
9. Joel Selwood 239
10. Gryan Miers 238


Voting system:

After each game the senior coach and assistant coaches rate each player in the AFL team’s performance out of 15.
The combined votes are then averaged to give a final score for that game.

To ensure players aren’t disadvantaged by injuries or being managed, each player’s highest scoring 23 games of the season are added together to give a final score for 2019.

Therefore, if a player plays 25 games, his lowest scoring 2 games will be eliminated from the total.
 

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cats_09

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Re: Club Community Champion: Tom Hawkins

Tom Hawkins was tonight named the Club Community Champion. Tom’s genuine commitment to the club’s community programs has seen him stand out from the rest in 2019.

An outstanding contributor to the Cats Wishes program, Tom has impacted and enriched the lives of those going through tough situations.

He has played a lead role in the club’s Healthy Heroes program through video content and face-to-face delivery of the program to grade three and four students across the Geelong region as well as the club’s newest program, Healthy Food, Healthy Mood.

The face of the Hawkins Hero junior membership product, Tom takes part in the annual junior member clinics with enthusiasm and sincerity.

A passionate ambassador for rural and regional Australia, Tom also advocates for grassroots football and game development through the Footy Cats program which includes his work at Auskick Centres, Junior Clubs, Community Camps and Country Days. Tom has also been an ambassador and the Cats’ face of the Country Festival since 2016.
 

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