Women’s Best & Fairest Medal Winners

The Best & Fairest Awards for each section of the VAFA women’s competition were introduced in 2017, with Fitzroy-ACU ruck, Tash Ross-Harris, claiming the first-ever William Buck Premier Award.

Players with an asterisk* won the medal in a premiership year. For a full list of each section’s winners, please see below.

Year Name Club Votes
2020 No awards due to COVID-19
2019 Imogen Barnett Old Trinity 28
2018 Taylor Padfield Marcellin 20
2017 Tash Ross-Harris Fitzroy-ACU 27
Year Name Club Votes
2020 No awards due to COVID-19
2019 Eloise Defina Old Camberwell 14
Year Name Club Votes
2020 No awards due to COVID-19
2019 Sarah Kerr* Yarra Old Grammarians 18
Year Name Club Votes
2020 No awards due to COVID-19
2019 Lily Goss* Old Scotch 17
2019 Siena Visentini Old Brighton 17
Year Name Club Votes
2020 No awards due to COVID-19
2019 Clare Fernandes Whitefriars 21
Year Name Club Votes
2020 No awards due to COVID-19
2019 Anita Ovenden* Preston Bullants 31
Year Name Club Votes
2020 No awards due to COVID-19
2019 Madison Lister* Glen Eira/Old McKinnon 26

Premier B (Blue)

Year Name Club Votes
2018 Melissa Lindsay West Brunswick 17

Premier B (White)

Year Name Club Votes
2018 Ava Hales Old Brighton 16

Division 1

Year Name Club Votes
2018 Georgia Scarce Ivanhoe AFC 21

Division 2

Year Name Club Votes
2018 Georgina Petty Williamstown CYMS 18

Division 3

Year Name Club Votes
2018 Holly Bailey MCCFC 22

Development Division 1

Year Name Club Votes
2017 Kate Macqueen Ormond 15

Development Division 2

Year Name Club Votes
2017 Rhiannon Green* Old Camberwell 25

Development Division 3

Year Name Club Votes
2017 Chelsea Fisher Ajax 23

Development Division 4

Year Name Club Votes
2017 Penny Brown* Hawthorn AFC 26