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2013 Crows Club Champion Rory Sloane

Club Champion
The Crows Club Champion award is earned by the season's best and fairest player. Crows coaching staff grade every player's performance on a 0-4 scale following each round, with a maximum tally of 20 votes awarded to any given player in a single match. The overall winner is awarded the Malcolm Blight Medal and the coveted Gold Jacket.

1991 – Mark Mickan
1992 – Chris McDermott
1993 – Tony McGuinness
1994 – Shaun Rehn
1995 – Matthew Connell
1996 – Matthew Liptak
1997 – Andrew McLeod
1998 – Mark Ricciuto
1999 – Ben Hart
2000 – Simon Goodwin
2001 – Andrew McLeod
2002 – Ben Hart
2003 – Mark Ricciuto
2004 – Mark Ricciuto
2005 – Simon Goodwin
2006 – Simon Goodwin
2007 – Andrew McLeod
2008 – Nathan Bock
2009 – Bernie Vince
2010 – Richard Douglas
2011 – Scott Thompson
2012 – Scott Thompson
2013 – Rory Sloane
2014 – Daniel Talia
2015 – Patrick Dangerfield
2016 – Rory Sloane

Leading Goalkicker
Some of the Club's biggest names have won Adelaide's Leading Goalkicker award, including Brownlow Medallist Mark Ricciuto and Coleman Medallist Tony Modra, who was the Crows' leading scorer for five straight seasons between 1993-1997. Scott Welsh won the award on four occasions, while Darren Jarman was Adelaide's Leading Goalkicker three times.

1991 – Rodney Jameson (49)
1992 – Scott Hodges (48)
1993 – Tony Modra (129)
1994 – Tony Modra (70)
1995 – Tony Modra (42)
1996 – Tony Modra (75)
1997 – Tony Modra (84)
1998 – Darren Jarman (45)
1999 – Darren Jarman (58)
2000 – Scott Welsh (47)
2001 – Darren Jarman (40)
2002 – Brett Burton (51)
2003 – Graham Johncock (30)
2004 – Scott Welsh (36)
2005 – Scott Welsh (58)
2006 – Mark Ricciuto (44)
2007 – Scott Welsh (49)
2008 – Brett Burton (34)
2009 – Jason Porplyzia (57)
2010 – Kurt Tippett (46)
2011 – Taylor Walker (32)
2012 – Taylor Walker (63)
2013 – Tom Lynch (33)
2014 – Eddie Betts (51)
2015 – Eddie Betts (63)
2016 – Eddie Betts (75)

Phil Walsh Best Team Man
Presented every year since the Club's inaugural season, the Best Team Man award recognises the most selfless player who lives and breathes 'team first'. Premiership captain Mark Bickley is a three-time winner, while fellow former skipper Mark Ricciuto, defender Michael Doughty and utility Mark Stevens have also won the award on multiple occasions.

1991 – Rodney Maynard
1992 – Mark Bickley
1993 – Mark Bickley
1994 – Mark Ricciuto
1995 – Rodney Jameson
1996 – Matthew Robran
1997 – Kym Koster
1998 – Peter Caven
1999 – Mark Stevens
2000 – Mark Bickley
2001 – Tyson Stenglein
2002 – Mark Stevens
2003 – Mark Ricciuto
2004 – Matthew Clarke
2005 – Nathan Bassett
2006 – Simon Goodwin
2007 – Scott Stevens
2008 – Michael Doughty
2009 – Brad Symes
2010 – Scott Stevens
2011 – Michael Doughty
2012 – Sam Jacobs
2013 – Richard Douglas
2014 – Taylor Walker
2015 – James Podsiadly
2016 – Eddie Betts

Chelsea Phillis Coaches Award
Andrew Jarman won the inaugural Coaches Award in 1995 which has since been claimed by many of the Club's biggest names, including Mark Ricciuto, Simon Goodwin and Ben Hart. Mark Bickley and Robert Shirley have both won the award three times. The Coaches Award was re-named in 2009 in memory of two-year-old Crows fan Chelsea Phillis who passed away suddenly, with Chelsea's family selflessly deciding to donate her organs to help others.

1995 – Andrew Jarman
1996 – Mark Bickley
1997 – Mark Bickley
1998 – Simon Goodwin
1999 – Ben Hart
2000 – Mark Ricciuto
2001 – Mark Bickley
2002 – Tyson Stenglein
2003 – Robert Shirley
2004 – Mark Ricciuto
2005 – Robert Shirley
2006 – Matthew Bode
2007 – Robert Shirley
2008 – Richard Douglas
2009 – Jason Porplyzia
2010 – Richard Douglas
2011 – Scott Thompson
2012 – Rory Sloane
2013 – Andy Otten
2014 – Eddie Betts
2015 – Rory Sloane
2016 – Rory Sloane

Mark Bickley Emerging Talent
An amalgamation of two awards from the Club's history, the Mark Bickley Emerging Talent award recognises the achievements of a first or second-year player under 21 both on and off the field. Andrew McLeod won the first Emerging Talent award in 1995, while the Mark Bickley Award was introduced as a standalone honour in 2005 before the two awards were combined in 2014.

1995 – Andrew McLeod (Emerging Talent)
1996 – Peter Vardy
1997 – Kane Johnson
1998 – Andrew Eccles
1999 – Brett Burton
2000 – Tyson Stenglein
2001 – Chris Ladhams
2002 – Graham Johncock
2003 – Brent Reilly
2004 – Ben Rutten
2005 – Nathan van Berlo (Emerging Talent), Chris Knights (Mark Bickley Award)
2006 – Jason Porplyzia (ET), Nathan van Berlo (MB)
2007 – Jonathon Griffin (ET), Jason Porplyzia (MB)
2008 – Kurt Tippett (ET), David Mackay (MB)
2009 – Andy Otten (ET), Patrick Dangerfield (MB)
2010 – Rory Sloane (ET), Phil Davis (MB)
2011 – Matthew Jaensch (ET), Daniel Talia (MB)
2012 – Brodie Smith (ET), Sam Kerridge (MB)
2013 –
Brad Crouch (ET), Luke Brown (MB)
2014 – Charlie Cameron
2015 – Matt Crouch
2016 – Jake Lever

19th Man Award
Adelaide's members have voted on their best and fairest Crow since 1998. Tyson Edwards has won the award on three occasions, while Rory Sloane, Mark Ricciuto and Andrew McLeod have all claimed the honour twice. Originally coined the Members' MVP, the award was re-named in 2009 to recognise Adelaide's passionate supporters - The 19th Man.

1998 – Nigel Smart
1999 – Ben Hart
2000 – Mark Ricciuto
2001 – Andrew McLeod
2002 – Tyson Edwards
2003 – Mark Ricciuto
2004 – Tyson Edwards
2005 – Simon Goodwin
2006 – Tyson Edwards
2007 – Andrew McLeod
2008 – Nathan Bock
2009 – Bernie Vince
2010 – Graham Johncock
2011 – Scott Thompson
2012 – Patrick Dangerfield
2013 – Rory Sloane
2014 – Rory Sloane
2015 – Rory Laird
2016 – Rory Sloane

Dr Brian Sando OAM Trophy
This award, coined in 2012 in memory of inaugural Crows Club doctor and Life Member Dr Brian Sando OAM, recognises outstanding and professional attention to detail in the preparation for being an AFL footballer. Defender Daniel Talia won the first two Dr Brian Sando OAM Trophies back-to-back in Seasons 2012 and 2013.

2012 – Daniel Talia
2013 – Daniel Talia
2014 – Nathan van Berlo
2015 – Jake Lever
2016 – David Mackay

State League Club Champion
Introduced in line with Adelaide's new SANFL team in 2014, the State League Club Champion is earned by the Club's best and fairest player at SANFL level. Inaugural captain Ian Callinan claimed the first two awards in 2014 and 2015.

2014 – Ian Callinan
2015 – Ian Callinan
2016 – Jonathon Beech

Dean Bailey Award
The Dean Bailey Award recognises the Club's most impressive SANFL development player based on performance, dedication to training and commitment to the team. The award honours the late Dean Bailey, who sadly passed away in March, 2014, as a tribute to his passion for nurturing young footballers.

2014 – Michael O'Malley
2015 – Matthew Spencely
2016 – Luke Carey

Crows Children's Foundation Community Leadership Award
This award recognises a player who has made a significant contribution to the community as a volunteer over and above what is expected of them as an AFL player. Taylor Walker won the inaugural Crows Children's Foundation Community Leadership Award for his outstanding efforts both on and off the field in his first season as captain.

2015 – Taylor Walker
2016 – Kyle Hartigan & Charlie Cameron

Past Players and Officials Award (2000 - 2004)
Members of the Past Players and Officials board presented five awards from 2000 to 2004, with Mark Ricciuto the final and only multiple winner.

2000 – Simon Goodwin
2001 – Andrew McLeod
2002 – Matthew Bode
2003 – Mark Ricciuto
2004 – Mark Ricciuto