A Century of the Red & Black




October 1, 2018

Tomi Johnston won his third consecutive Best and Fairest award and became the first Old Xaverian player to nail a B+F hat-trick since John Noonan in 1979.


Ruck recruit Jason Holmes was runner-up, while Alex Trigar collected the Rising Star Award.

Nick Serafini received the coveted Michael Rush Trophy, while Chris Meehan won the prestigious William Denton Perpetual Trophy for Distinguished Service.

A full list of team trophies is here:

Premier Seniors

Best & Fairest: Tomi Johnston

Runner Up Jason Holmes

Third: Chris Margin

Best Team Player: Clay Johnston

Rising Star Award: Alex Trigar

Premier Reserves

Best & Fairest: Josh Anderson

Runner Up: Luke Barry

Third; James Midgley

Best In Finals: Luke Barry

Best Team Player: Mitch Parker

Premier Women

Best & Fairest: Audrey Rhodes

Runner Up: Emily Archer

Third: Madeline Sorrenti

Best Team Player: Abbey Harangozo

Reserves Women's

Best & Fairest: Gabi Cleaver

Runner Up: Sarah Ongarello

Third: Abbie Ryan

Best Team Player: Chloe Psyhogios

Premier Thirds Black

Best & Fairest: Michael Cain and Harry Sleeman

Third; Fraser Lane

Best Team Player: Nick Heard

Most Improved: Ben Steedman

Premier Thirds Red

Best & Fairest: Charlie Wilson

Runner Up: Jack Bueno

Third: Ted Watkin

Best Team Player: Cameron Bishop

Most Improved: Bill Curtis

U19 Premier

Best & Fairest: Thomas Hart

Runner Up: James Dalbosco

Third: Jordan Troiani

Best Team Player: Sam Turner

U19 Premier Reserves

Best & Fairest: Daniel Amicucci

Runner Up: Jon Catania

Third: Harry Willems

Best Team Player: Nick MacIsaac

Thirds Section 4 (Crocodiles)

Best & Fairest: Alistair Wood

Runners Up;Tim Silk and Harry Lachal

Best Team Player: Josh Smith