DIVISION 4 LIVE BLOG OF THE MEEHAN MEDAL COUNT

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Round 18:
Congratulations to David Tremewen who wins the OJ Meehan Medal as the Best and Fairest in Division 4. Hopefully this is not the only medal he collects this  year with the Hawks still chasing the ultimate glory. Second place was Dean Calcedo from Northern Blues who finished 6 votes further back. Daniel Burton from Point Cook has finished 3rd.

28 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
22 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
19 Burton, Daniel Point Cook Football Club
18 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
17 Penny, Daniel Box Hill North
16 Ghasimzadeh, Sahand North Brunswick AFC
13 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick
12 Notaro, Patrick North Brunswick AFC
11 Baughan, Jim Mt Lilydale OC
11 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North
10 Bahnsen, Noel Eley Park
10 Marcon, Damon Northern Blues
9 Beer, Joel West Brunswick
8 Chhiev, Pangnha Dragons Football Club
8 Langley, Barry Point Cook Football Club
8 Munn, Ricky Point Cook Football Club
7 Hegarty, Paul Point Cook Football Club
7 Khariwala, Zaal Eley Park
7 Piccolo, Luke Hawthorn
7 Sempio, Jay Dragons Football Club
7 Zuidema, Kenneth North Brunswick AFC
6 Holmes, Matt West Brunswick
6 Hulm, Scott West Brunswick
6 Leonard, Sean Manningham Cobras
6 Mccabe, Damian Eley Park
6 Pentland, Nathan Manningham Cobras
6 Pritchard, David Hawthorn
6 Renshaw, Alastair Eley Park

After Round 17:
Round 17 saw Hawthorn square off against Northern Blues but neither of the top two could poll. That means with a round left to go Tremewen has won from Calcedo. Ed Guy polled the three votes for the Hawks. Burton picked up one in Point Cook’s win over Chadstone.

28 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
22 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
18 Burton, Daniel Point Cook Football Club
18 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
16 Ghasimzadeh, Sahand North Brunswick AFC
16 Penny, Daniel Box Hill North
11 Baughan, Jim Mt Lilydale OC
11 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North
10 Bahnsen, Noel Eley Park
10 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick
10 Marcon, Damon Northern Blues

After Round 16:
Another two votes for Tremewen against Dragons makes it hard for Calcedo who didn’t poll against Eley Park. Damon Marcon got two votes for the Blues which moves him inside the top 10.

28 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
22 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
18 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
17 Burton, Daniel Point Cook Football Club
16 Penny, Daniel Box Hill North
14 Ghasimzadeh, Sahand North Brunswick AFC
11 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North
10 Baughan, Jim Mt Lilydale OC
10 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick
10 Marcon, Damon Northern Blues

After Round 15:
Only three matches this round due to the catch up byes and the key mover was Eley Park’s Matt Corstorphin who polled three votes against Manningham Cobras to move to third on 18 votes.

26 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
22 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
18 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
15 Burton, Daniel Point Cook Football Club
14 Penny, Daniel Box Hill North
11 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North
11 Ghasimzadeh, Sahand North Brunswick AFC
10 Baughan, Jim Mt Lilydale OC
10 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick

After Round 14:
Three votes for Matt Corstorphin has him making a late charge up the board. The gun from Eley Park is up to 15 votes but is still 9 votes behind Tremewen. Box Hill North’s Daniel Penny is also still thereabouts as he polls three to move

26 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
22 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
15 Burton, Daniel Point Cook Football Club
15 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
14 Penny, Daniel Box Hill North
11 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North
11 Ghasimzadeh, Sahand North Brunswick AFC
10 Baughan, Jim Mt Lilydale OC
10 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick

After Round 13:
Another BOG for Tremewen sees the Hawk slip six votes clear. It’s his to lose from here.

26 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
20 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
15 Burton, Daniel Point Cook Football Club
12 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
11 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North
11 Penny, Daniel Box Hill North
10 Baughan, Jim Mt Lilydale OC
10 Ghasimzadeh, Sahand North Brunswick AFC
10 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick

 After Round 12:

Round 12 saw Tremewen pick up another two votes to extend his lead over Calcedo by 3. It’s really a race in two now. Burton would need to storm home to be a chance. 

23 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
20 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
13 Burton, Daniel Point Cook Football Club
12 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
11 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North
11 Penny, Daniel Box Hill North
10 Ghasimzadeh, Sahand North Brunswick AFC
10 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick

After Round 11:

The battle for top spot heats up as both Tremewen and Calcedo both score maximum votes in there respected games. Tremewen and Calcedo both now break away from the rest of the group making a lead of 8 from second to third place. Top spot is now only separated by 1 vote as Tremewen is on 21 votes and Calcedo is on 20.

21 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
20 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
12 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
11 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North
10 Burton, Daniel Point Cook Football Club
10 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick

After Round 10:

Round 10 saw Calcedo earn himself 3 votes and close the gap early on Hawthorn’s Tremewen who failed to pole a vote despite kicking 5 goals against West Brunswick. 
18 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
17 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
11 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
10 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick
8 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North
8 Ghasimzadeh, Sahand North Brunswick AFC

8 Penny, Daniel Box Hill North

After Round 9:
We join the progress after Round 9, which see’s 2 clear players at the top of the leader board as David Tremewn from Hawthorn and Dean Calcedo from Northern Blues on 18 and 14 votes respectively. 
18 Tremewen, David Hawthorn
14 Calcedo, Dean Northern Blues
9 Corstorphin, Matthew Eley Park
8 Gibson, Anthony West Brunswick
7 Baughan, Jim Mt Lilydale OC
7 Khariwala, Zaal Eley Park
6 Desmond, Leon Box Hill North

6 Ghasimzadeh, Sahand North Brunswick AFC

Join us tonight from 8pm….
Thank you for joining us on this live blog of the Division 4 vote count for the OJ Meehan Medal. The Division 4 count will start just after 8.00pm on 96.5FM or via innerfm.org.au 
Previous Winners Include
2012 Jordan Lampi Point Cook
2011 Dimitri Dimakopoulos St Francis Xavier
2010 Lee Wells Monash Gryphons
2009 Stuart Maunder Albert Park
2008 Bill Irving West Brunswick
2007 Cameron Armstrong St Marys
2007 A. Papaluca St Marys
2006 Paul Edwards Power House
2005 Dan Lauletta Hawthorn Amateurs
2004 Craig W. Mahony Elsternwick
2003 P.J. Hayes Mt Lilydale O.C. 
2002 Christopher J. Langendorf UHS-VU
2001 Grant Vanderkruk Syndal Tally Ho* 
2000 David Martin Bentleigh

 2013 VAFA Under 18 B&F – Joel Dale (Kew) 13 Votes
 2013 VAFA Under 19 South – Adam Hardeman (Beaumaris) 27 Votes
2013 VAFA Under 19 North – Kyle Buchanan (St Mary’s Salesian) & Maxwell Kirwan (Old Ivanhoe Grammarians) 15 Votes
Full details of vote getters will be uploaded to the VAFA website tomorrow.
If you can, listen in to 96.5FM (or streaming live at www.innerfm.org.au) for Inner FM’s live and exclusive coverage of the medal counts of the seven senior sections tonight and tomorrow night from 8pm -10pm. 

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