Elliott Davey Medal Night Results 2019

Andrew Scott accepting the Elliott Davey Medal last night


What a thrilling night it was at the AFL Hunter Central Coast 2019 Elliott Davey Medal.  In the Granland Medal, awarded to the best and fairest player in the AFL HCC HAVAL Men’s plate competition it was Dane Amidy from Killarney all the way, recording 23 votes to finish 6 votes clear of Jacob Connor from Muswellbrook.

In the AFL HCC Hunter HAVAL Women’s best and fairest count Wallsend West Newcastle’s Kate Booth polled 3 votes in the last round to tie with Wyong Lakes Rebecca Ives who polled 2 votes in the same match. Samantha Delaney from Warners Bay had an excellent season receiving 21 votes along with Kaneesha Murray (Wyong Lakes) and Anna Fraser (Maitland) who also finished in the top 5.

In the Elliott Davey Medal count Singleton Superstar Andrew Scott received 3 votes in the final game of the season against Newcastle City to finish 1  vote ahead of the evergreen Chris Bishop from Terrigal and 2 Votes clear of Josh Mifsud from Killarney Vale.

It was a record night for Scott taking out the Elliott Davey Medal, Coaches MVP along with being named as player – coach in the AFL HCC HAVAL team of the year.


Please see CLICK HERE for the AFL HCC Men’s and AFL HCC Women’s Team of the Year for 2019.


Awards winner – 2019 Elliott Davey Medal Night

Award Winner Club Details

Elliott Davey Medal

(Black Diamond Cup)

Andrew Scott Singleton 20 Votes

Women’s Best and Fairest

(AFL HCC Women’s)

Rebecca Ives

Kate Booth

Wyong Lakes

Wallsend West Newcastle

22 Votes

22 Votes


Granland Medal

(Black Diamond Plate)

Dane Amidy Killarney Vale 23 Votes

Men’s Representative player of the year


Braydon Tos Wyong Lakes

Women’s Representative player of the year


Molly Simpson Newcastle City

Maurice Goolagong Trophy (Leading Goal Kicker Men’s Cup)


Izaac Hughes Cardiff 58 Goals

Women’s leading Goal Kicker


Angela Jones Killarney Vale 88 Goals

Men’s Plate leading Goal Kicker


Abraham Gibson Newcastle City 50 Goals

Coach MVP – Men’s


Andrew Scott Singleton

Coach MVP – Women’s


Kate Booth Wallsend West Newcastle

Rising Star – Men’s


Harrison Selkick Newcastle City

Rising Star – Women’s


Eloise Petersen Cardiff

Most Outstanding Young Male footballer


Reed Van Huisstede Newcastle City

Most Outstanding Young Female footballer


Billie Schneeweiss Lake Macquarie

James J Arnold Award – Volunteer of the Year


Michael Livesay Wallsend West Newcastle

Club Championship


Terrigal Avoca

Club of the Year


Killarney Vale


Darren Bird from Wallsend West Newcastle was also awarded the AFL NSW/ACT Senior Coach of the year award.

Angus Darling from Terrigal Avoca was also presented with the Best on Ground Medal from the AFL HCC Social Competition Grand Final played on July 28th againist Hunter Masters at the Pasterfield Complex.


Top 5: Elliott Davey Medal

  1. Andrew Scott – Singleton 20 Votes
  2. Chris Bishop – Terrigal Avoca 19 Votes
  3. Josh Mifsud – Killarney Vale 18 Votes
  4. Tim Oosterhoff – Killarrney Vale 17 Votes
  5. Conor Haswell – Newcastle City 16 Votes

Top 5: Women’s Best and Fairest

  1. Rebecca Ives – Wyong Lakes 22 Votes
  1. Kate Booth – Wallsend West Newcastle 22 Votes
  1. Samantha Delaney – Warners Bay – 21
  2. Anna Fraser – Maitland – 19
  3. Kaneesha Murray – Wyong Lakes – 18

Top 5: Granland Medal

  1. Dane Amidy – Killarney Vale 23 Votes
  2. Jacob Connor – Muswellbrook – 17 Votes
  3. Ryan Besley – The Entrance Bateau Bay – 14
  4. Mitchell Black – Newcastle City – 11
  1. Bailey Hibbit – The Entrance Bateau Bay – 11
  2. Max Kozlik – Cardiff – 11