SFC 2016: Taylor Medal
Thursday, 18 August 2016
Subiaco’s Taylor Medal for the colts fairest & best will be held on September 2 at Medibank Stadium.
The best young guns of the club will be in attendance to decide the 2016 Taylor Medal; awarded in honour of Subiaco Premiership star Brian Taylor.
Taylor Medal Details:
Date: Friday, September 2nd
Venue: Medibank Stadium
Time: 6:30pm til late
Dress: Tie & Jacket/ Cocktail
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Here are the candidates to take home the Taylor Medal in 2016.
The Sorrento-Duncraig junior is an elusive half-forward flanker who can push into the midfield if required. Breman is averaging 16 possessions, four marks and two tackles across 14 games and has booted eight majors, showing his awareness around goals. Against the Sharks in round eight, Breman accumulated 25 possessions and took nine marks to be one of the best players on the ground.
Catalfamo is a medium sized midfielder who has the ability to win the contested ball but can also distribute it exceptionally well. Across 14 games, he is averaging 12 possessions, three marks and three tackles a game. His best performance came against West Perth in round 10 where he gathered 18 possessions and laid four tackles.
The young key back has been a revelation during trying times. If he is not the best mark in the competition he must be close. The Scarborough boy is currently averaging 10 possessions, four marks and two tackles a game and has produced several brilliant performances including against West Perth in round 10 (11 possessions and five marks) and against Claremont in round 14 (15 possessions and four marks).
He may only be 17-years- old, but the Carine product is one of the most consistent and mature players in the competition. Dennis is often the link-up player for the Lions when they go forward (he currently averages 14 possessions across 13 games), but also provides excellent defensive pressure (he averages three tackles a game).
Hailing from Newtown-Condingup, Harris arrived at the Lions as a forward. However, throughout the season Harris has been played in the midfield and the backline, highlighting his versatility. In 16 games, he is averaging 12 possessions, and three marks to be one of the best key position players in the WAFL Colts competition.
The Railways product is one of the best midfielders in the competition due to his fearlessness around the contest and his accomplished skills. In 11 games, Miller is averaging 21 possessions to be in the top 20 possession getters of the whole competition. His best game was against Swan Districts in round five when he racked up 28 possessions, laid four tackles and got four inside 50s.
Daniel Del Prete
J. Beverley 2015
T. Edwards 2014
J. Deluca 2013
J. Garcia 2012
C. Hoskins 2011
J. Lee 2010
C. Hoskins 2009
R. Scantlebury / C. Enders 2008
A. Davey 2007
J. Ohalloran 2006
J. Batt / M. Priddis 2005