- Coleman Medal
The Coleman Medal is awarded yearly to the Australian Football League player who kicks the most goals in regular-season matches in that year. It is named after John Coleman, the former Essendon full forward whose spectacular career (of 537 goals in only 98 games) was cut short by injury.
Instituted in 1981, retrospective awards were dated back to 1955; prior to that, the League awarded the Leading Goalkicker Medal.The winners of the medal are:
Leading Goalkicker Medal
Awarded prior to 1955 to the scorer of most goals in the home and away season.
Times Won Player Years 8 Dick Lee 1907-09, 1910, 1914, 1916-17, 1919 6 Gordon Coventry 1926-30, 1933 5 John Coleman 1949-53 4 Doug Wade 1962, 1967, 1969, 1974 4 Fred Fanning 1943-45, 1947 4 Peter Hudson 1968, 1970-71, 1977 4 Tony Lockett 1987, 1991, 1996, 1998 3 Gary Ablett Sr 1993-95 3 Jason Dunstall 1988-89, 1992 3 John Peck 1963-65 3 Matthew Lloyd 2000-01, 2003 2 Bernie Quinlan 1983-84 2 Bob Pratt 1934-35 2 Brendan Fevola 2006, 2009 2 Eddy James 1897, 1899 2 Fraser Gehrig 2004-05 2 Harry Brereton 1911-12 2 Jack C. Collins 1954, 1957 2 Kelvin Templeton 1978-79 2 Lance Franklin 2008, 2011 2 Lindsay White 1942, 1948 2 Michael Roach 1980-81 2 Peter McKenna 1972-73 2 Ron Todd 1938-39 2 Ron Evans 1959-60 2 Teddy Lockwood 1900, 1903
- Leading goalkickers; accessed 17 March 2011
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