Presentation on theme: "John Whitehouse Medal 2014. John Whitehouse Medal Rules 1The winner of the John Whitehouse medal will be the player, from any team, who has accrued the."— Presentation transcript:
John Whitehouse Medal Rules 1The winner of the John Whitehouse medal will be the player, from any team, who has accrued the most referee votes throughout the season 2If a player has received a suspension throughout the year, they are ineligible to win the medal 3Referee votes have been collected from 18 rounds of competition 4Where referee votes have not been available, coaches votes have been used
Voting Rounds 1 through to 4……… Voting Round Number A GamesB GamesC GamesD Games 1 Mercedes 1-0 win Mercedes 2-4 loss Mercedes 2-4 loss Mercedes 1-3 loss 2 Mount Barker 2-0 win Mount Barker 3-0 win Mount Barker 2-3 loss Mount Barker 1-1 loss 3 Grads Red 3-1 win Grads Red 2-1 win Grads Red 6-2 win Grads Red 0-5 loss 4 Sacred Heart 1-1 draw Sacred Heart 2-0 win Sacred Heart 4-0 win Pultney 5-1 win
Leader board after 4 rounds PlayerVotesPlayerVotes Steve Borz8 Dan Ong3 Kevin Bock7 Chris Neale3 Sabir6 Pauly K2 Scott Penfold6 Jacko2 Cain5Cam Hopgood2 Richie Harris5Kurt Niland2 Amir5Anoop1 Glyn4Ed Mitchell1 Rob Yoemans3Matt Bate1 Matt Gartner3Tomas Ganduglia1 Bobby3Wez Reid1 Juan Pablo Livore3Alex Monterossi1 Ellory3Conan Shao1 Allan3Rob Alberton1 Emran3Titus1 Manny3 Due to suspension, players listed in red are ineligible
Who will be the winner of the second John Whitehouse Medal Find out on Saturday the 13 th September
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