Keith 'Bluey' Truscott Medal

Keith 'Bluey' Truscott Medal

The Keith 'Bluey' Truscott Medal is awarded to the Melbourne Football Club player judged Best and Fairest for the season. It is named in honor of Keith 'Bluey' Truscott, a former dual premiership player and World War II fighter ace killed in 1943.

*2008 Cameron Bruce
*2007 James McDonald
*2006 James McDonald
*2005 Travis Johnstone
*2004 Jeff White
*2003 Russell Robertson
*2002 David Neitz
*2001 Adem Yze
*2000 Shane Woewodin
*1999 David Schwarz
*1998 Todd Viney
*1997 Jim Stynes
*1996 Jim Stynes
*1995 Jim Stynes
*1994 Garry Lyon
*1993 Todd Viney
*1992 Glenn Lovett
*1991 Jim Stynes
*1990 Garry Lyon
*1989 Alan Johnson
*1988 Steven O'Dwyer
*1987 Steven Stretch
*1986 Greg Healy
*1985 Danny Hughes
*1984 Gerard Healy
*1983 Alan Johnson
*1982 Steven Icke
*1981 Steven Smith
*1980 Laurie Fowler
*1979 Laurie Fowler
*1978 Garry Baker
*1977 Robert Flower
*1976 Greg Wells
*1975 Laurie Fowler
*1974 Stan Alves
*1973 Carl Ditterich
*1972 Stan Alves
*1971 Greg Wells
*1970 Frank Davis
*1969 John Townsend
*1968 Ray Groom
*1967 Hassa Mann
*1966 Terry Leahy
*1965 John Townsend
*1964 Ron Barassi
*1963 Hassa Mann
*1962 Hassa Mann
*1961 Ron Barassi
*1960 Brian Dixon
*1959 Laurie Mithen
*1958 Laurie Mithen
*1957 John Beckwith
*1956 Stuart Spencer
*1955 Stuart Spencer
*1954 Denis Cordner
*1953 Ken Melville
*1952 Geoff McGivern
*1951 Noel McMahen
*1950 Denis Cordner
*1949 Len Dockett
*1948 Alby Rodda
*1947 Wally Lock
*1946 Jack Mueller
*1945 Fred Fanning
*1944 Norm Smith
*1943 Don Cordner
*1942 Allan La Fontaine
*1941 Allan La Fontaine
*1940 Ron Baggott
*1939 Jack Mueller
*1938 Norm Smith
*1937 Jack Mueller
*1936 Allan La Fontaine
*1935 Allan La Fontaine
*1934 and earlier, Not Awarded

External links

* [ Origin and history of the Medal/Trophy at official Melbourne Football Club]

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