The Mulrooney Medal

The Mulrooney Medal was first awarded in 1936 for the male player voted the best and fairest in the Canberra’s First Grade Competition. From 2011 – 2013 the medal was awarded to the best and fairest player in the Eastern Conference of the North East Australian Football League.The Mulrooney Medal was named in honour of past president and life member John L. Mulrooney, for recognition of his valued service to Australian Football in Canberra.




2023 G. Richardson Ainslie Tricolours  
2023 T. Simpson Belconnen Magpies  
2022 L. Wharton Belconnen Magpies  
2021 W. Griggs Queanbeyan Tigers  
2020 A. Baker Eastlake Demons  
2019 B. Walker Belconnen Magpies  
2018 K. Evans Queanbeyan Tigers  
2017 B. Walker Belconnen Magpies  
2016 J. Bennett Belconnen  
2015 I. Taylor Belconnen  
2013 J. Bennett Belconnen  
2012 S. Harris Belconnen  
2011 J. Moore Sydney Swans Reserves  
2011 D. Currie Sydney Swans Reserves  
2010 M. Daniher Queanbeyan  
2009 C. Gibson Eastlake  
2009 C. Healey Tuggeranong  
2008 M. Daniher Queanbeyan  
2007 R. Lewis Ainslie  
2006 J. Moore Sydney Swans Reserves  
2005 D. Spriggs Sydney Swans Reserves  
2004 J. IIett Belconnen  
2003 N. McDonald Wagga Tigers  
2003 S. Hazelman Belconnen  
2001 D. Jaques Wagga Tigers  
2000 S. Mahar Belconnen  
1999 G. Cannon Eastlake  
1998 S. Clarke Belconnen  
1997 S. Cooper Tuggeranong  
1996 S. Vizy Queanbeyan  
1995 S Wilson Eastlake  
1994 S. Wilson Southern Districts  
1993 M. Kennedy Queanbeyan  
1992 J. Garnaut Southern Districts  
1991 M. Sheridan Weston Creek  
1990 S. Cornish Queanbeyan  
1990 A. Mills Manuka Weston  
1990 M. Swan Manuka Weston  
1990 A .Wynd Queanbeyan  
1990 B. Smith Belconnen  
1989 A. Wynd Queanbeyan  
1988 A. Wynd Queanbeyan  
1987 S. Fitzsimmons Manuka Weston  
1986 P. Hamilton Ainslie  
1985 S. Overland Eastlake  
1984 G. Hocking Belconnen  
1983 A. Wynd Queanbeyan  
1982 G. Nichols Ainslie  
1981 K. Miller Eastlake  
1980 J. Miller Ainslie  
1979 K. Miller Eastlake  
1978 G. Eaves West Canberra  
1977 E. Blackaby Manuka  
1976 M. Demaine West Canberra  
1976 P. MacDonald Eastlake  
1976 E. Blackaby Manuka  
1975 R. White Belconnen  
1974 P. Phillipou Eastlake  
1973 R. Rendall Ainslie  
1972 R. Wilson ANU  
1971 W. Vaughn Manuka  
1970 W. Whittakers ANU  
1969 R. De Goldi Acton  
1965 P. Feltham Eastlake  
1964 K. Mitchell Turner  
1963 R. Shearer Eastlake  
1962 M. Codd Manuka  
1961 C. Monger Acton  
1960 J. Wilson Acton  
1959 B. Griffith Acton  
1958 J. Moody RMC  
1957 J. Moody RMC  
1956 B. Browning Ainslie  
1955 B, Browning Ainslie  
1954 R. Watterston Queanbeyan/ Acton  
1953 R. Watterston Queanbeyan/ Acton  
1952 J Gleeson Turner  
1951 B. McCanbe Ainslie  
1951 E. Hurtig Eastlake  
1950 B. Caine Ainslie  
1950 P. Eagles Manuka  
1950 K. Schow Queanbeyan  
1949 J. Brophy Manuka  
1948 H.Maddigan Turner  
1947 M. Lee Acton  
1946 A. Stevens Ainslie  
1945 F. Green Navy  
1942-1944 Recess due to War    
1941 J. Furniss RAFF  
1940 R. Bloomfield Ainslie  
1939 A. Ware Manuka  
1938 M. Strang Queanbeyan  
1938 J. Dorman Manuka  
1938 T. Kelly Queanbeyan  
1937 P. Barrett Manuka  
1936 R.Roe Acton  
1936 R. Seton Ainslie  

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