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 1964 SEASON 
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1964 SOUTH WESTERN DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE AWARDS

First Grade: Best & Fairest - Gammage Medal

38 - Len Sexton (Griffith); 19 - Bernie Sculley (Ariah Park-Mirrool); 17 - Des Lyons (Leeton), Garry Carroll (Ganmain); 16 - Ian Williams (Whitton); 14 - Bill McCaig (Ganmain); 13 - Robbie Nolan (Turvey Park), Bruce Waters (Narrandera), Lou Alchin (Leeton), Fred Thompson (Ardlethan); 12 - Ian Crewes (Griffith); 11 - Terry McGee (Grong Grong-Matong); 10 - Charlie Moses (Coolamon), Jim Bloomfield (Narrandera), Paddy Pledger (Narrandera); 9 - Vic Hathaway (Griffith), 8 - George Williams (Whitton); 7 - Max Kruse (Leeton), Geoff Nye (Turvey Park), Neville Williams (Whitton); 6 - Allan Taylor (Ardlethan), Bernie Bryce (Ariah Park-Mirrool), Will Kember, Ross Symons (Ganmain), Kevin Coleman (Grong Grong-Matong), Ross Forbes (Narrandera), Barry Conway, Noel Morrow (Turvey Park); 5 - Ray Smith (Ardlethan), Noel Walker (Ariah Park-Mirrool), Brian Bradley, John Kew, Geoff Parmenter (Coolamon), Bill Biron (Griffith), Stewart Hutchins (Narrandera), John Asmus, Ritchie Lloyd (Whitton); 4 - John Quade (Ariah Park-Mirrool), Jim McCaig (Ganmain), Pat Dunn (Grong Grong-Matong), Lloyd Pilkington, Ron Vivian (Leeton), Gil Botten (Narrandera), Max Tuckett (Whitton); 3 - Allan Mackenzie, Merv Stiller, Ian Wason (Ariah Park-Mirrool), Owen Doyle, Bruce Lucas, Cecil Noack, Ray Pieper (Coolamon), Des Carroll (Ganmain), Don Best (Griffith), Bruce Bryon, Colin Morrow (Grong Grong-Matong), Alan Poulsen (Leeton), Phillip Wines (Narrandera), Ian Westgarth (Turvey Park), Bernie Kelly, Richard Milne (Whitton); 2 - Bill Connors, Bernie Stout (Ardlethan), Alan Chalmers (Ariah Park-Mirrool), Ron Hilton, Neil Stockton, Alan Tipping (Coolamon), Jim Crouch, Henry Boardman (Ganmain), Kevin Luhrs, John Walsh (Griffith), Keith Ceely, Allan Rava (Grong Grong-Matong), Don Allen, Ed Gladman, Bruce Lang, Ted Reynolds, Alan Waters (Leeton), Ian Dixon (Narrandera), Ian Birch, Rex Burge, Ivan Carroll, Pat Harrison (Turvey Park), Brian Lenton (Whitton); 1 - Tom Connors, Ike Kulbars (Ardlethan), Michael Quade (Ariah Park-Mirrool), Ray 'George' McKelvie (Coolamon), Jim Carroll, Eric McCaig, Russ Turner (Ganmain), Mal Brauman, Gordon Browne, Bob Carroll, John Foley (Griffith), Ray Evans, John Hall, Bruce Rava, Alan Smith (Grong Grong-Matong), Jim Kidman, Eric Rose (Leeton). Note: Club coaches ineligible 1960-64.

Second Grade - Lanham Trophy

15 - Geoff Johnson (Narrandera); 14 - Barry Newmark (Ardlethan); 13 - Ben Cedelland (Ganmain); 12 - Norm McLennan (Turvey Park); 11 - K Johnstone (Ariah Park-Mirrool), John Hoban (Narrandera), Peter Weaven (Whitton), 10 - Tom Freitag (Ardlethan). Other Griffith players to receive votes were: 8 - Fred Gambell; 5 - Gordon Brennan, Colin Geddes, John Kupsch; 4 - Dennis Dreyer, John Forbes; 3 - Ron Dreyer, Bob Woolnough; 2 - Mick Bridges, Vince O'Dwyer, Bevan Savage; 1 - Allan Anderson..

 

First Grade: Top Goalkickers (h/a) - Kiesling Trophy

86 - Tom Carroll (Ganmain), 69 - Ian Crewes (Griffith), 54 - Barry Walker (Ariah Park-Mirrool), 49 - Rex Burge (Turvey Park), 49 - Allan Taylor (Ardlethan), 44 - Mal Brauman (Griffith), 41 - Terry McGee (Grong Grong-Matong), 41 - Len Sexton (Griffith), 38 - Geoff Tuckett (Leeton), 37 - Jim Bloomfield (Narrandera), 36 - Ian Gillett (Coolamon), 35 - Edwin Williams (Whitton), 31 - Des Lyons (Leeton), 30 - Reece Tingay (Narrandera), 28 - John Foley (Griffith), 28 - Colin Morrow (Grong Grong-Matong), 27 - Peter Weidemann (Coolamon), 26 - Tom Connors (Ardlethan); 25 - Ray 'George' McKelvie (Coolamon, Barry Swasbrick (Leeton), 24 - Jim Carroll (Ganmain), Neil Stockton (Coolamon), Bruce Waters (Narrandera), 23 - John Hawke (Ariah Park-Mirrool), Peter Morris (Griffith), John Asmus (Whitton), 22- Alan Tipping (Coolamon), Russ Turner (Ganmain), Peter Box, Stewart Hutchins (Narrandera), 21 - Jim Dunn (Ariah Park-Mirrool), Phillip Curtis (Coolamon), Kevin Coleman (Grong Grong-Matong), 20 - Brian Hurley (Ardlethan).

Media TV Award

Rava / Daily Advertiser Footballer of the Year: Len Sexton (Griffith).

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