Mitchell Medal

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The Mitchell Medal was the best and fairest award for the Fitzroy Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).

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Percy Mitchell was a long-serving club administrator and life member and the award was named after him in 1987.

Recipients

+Player won Brownlow Medal in same season
SeasonRecipient(s)
1897 N/A
1898 Mick Grace
1899 Pat Hickey
1900 Mick Grace (2)
1901 N/A
1902 N/A
1903 Percy Trotter
1904 Jim Sharp
1905 Les Millis
1906 Les Millis (2)
1907 Barclay Bailes
Wally Johnson
1908 George Holden
Herbert Milne
1909 George Lambert
Bill Walker
1910 Herbert Milne (2)
1911 Jack Cooper
1912 Harold McLennan
1913 Harold McLennan (2)
1914 Jack Cooper (2)
1915 George Holden (2)
1916 N/A
1917 N/A
1918 Jimmy Freake
1919 Gordon Rattray
1920 Len Wigraft
1921 Gordon Rattray (2)
1922 Jim Atkinson
1923 Goldie Collins
1924 Len Wigraft (2)
1925 Len Wigraft (3)
1926 Horrie Jenkin
1927 Jack Moriarty
1928 N/A
1929 Arthur Batchelor
1930 N/A
1931 N/A
1932 N/A
1933 N/A
1934 Haydn Bunton
1935 Haydn Bunton + (2)
1936 N/A
1937 N/A
1938 N/A
1939 N/A
1940 N/A
1941 N/A
1942 N/A
1943 Fred Hughson
1944 Allan Ruthven
1945 Allan Ruthven (2)
1946 Allan Ruthven (3)
1947 Norm Johnstone
1948 Allan Ruthven (4)
1949 Allan Ruthven (5)
1950 Bill Stephen
1951 Vic Chanter
1952 Neville Broderick
1953 Don Furness
1954 Bill Stephen (2)
1955 Don Furness (2)
1956 Kevin Murray
1957 Graham Campbell
1958 Kevin Murray (2)
1959 Ron Harvey
1960 Kevin Murray (3)
1961 Kevin Murray (4)
1962 Kevin Murray (5)
1963 Kevin Murray (6)
1964 Kevin Murray (7)
1965 Norm Brown
1966 Norm Brown (2)
1967 Norm Brown (3)
1968 John Murphy
Kevin Murray (8)
1969 Kevin Murray + (9)
1970 John Murphy (2)
1971 John Murphy (3)
1972 Garry Wilson
1973 John Murphy (4)
1974 Harvey Merrigan
1975 Warwick Irwin
1976 Garry Wilson (2)
1977 John Murphy (5)
1978 Garry Wilson (3)
1979 Garry Wilson (4)
1980 Garry Wilson (5)
1981 Ron Alexander
1982 Matt Rendell
1983 Matt Rendell (2)
1984 Ross Thornton
1985 Paul Roos
1986 Paul Roos (2)
1987 Scott McIvor
1988 Darren Kappler
1989 Gary Pert
1990 Scott Clayton
1991 Paul Roos (3)
1992 Paul Roos (4)
1993 Alastair Lynch
1994 Paul Roos (5)
1995 Brad Boyd
1996 Martin Pike

Multiple winners

PlayerMedalsSeasons
Kevin Murray 91956, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1968, 1969
John Murphy 51968, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1977
Paul Roos 51985, 1986, 1991, 1992, 1994
Allan Ruthven 51944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949
Garry Wilson 51972, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980
Norm Brown 31965, 1966, 1967
Len Wigraft 31920, 1924, 1925
Haydn Bunton 21934, 1935
Jack Cooper 21911, 1914
Don Furness 21953, 1955
Mick Grace 21898, 1900
George Holden 21908, 1915
Harold McLennan 21912, 1913
Les Millis 21905, 1906
Herbert Milne 21908, 1910
Gordon Rattray 21919, 1921
Matt Rendell 21982, 1983
Bill Stephen 21950, 1954

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