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Post by spell_check on Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:05 pm

Michael Wundke becomes the first player to have won the Ken Farmer Medal at two different clubs (South in 2011, 2013 and Eagles in 2014)
Further more he is one of two to have headed the minor round goalkicking table for more than one club. The other is Anthony "Bos" Daly, for South in 1899, Torrens in 1900 and North in 1903.  I don't have records prior to 1897, but I know he also was a League leading goalkicker at Norwood in 1893, 1894 and 1895.
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Post by spell_check on Thu Sep 04, 2014 7:14 pm

It appears there is another who has led the goalkicking at two clubs.  Frank Hansen for South either equalled the minor round or led it outright in 1909, depending which source you go by.  He either kicked the princely total of 20 or 19 goals in the 12 matches of that season.  Bartholomew Moy for West kicked 19 up to Round 9, then the next week during the match between the premiers of the Goldfields Football League in WA (Boulder City), Moy damaged an ankle and therefore missed the remainder of the season.

James Moy for West Torrens either equalled or surpassed that total with 20 goals in the semi final vs West, then the eventual leader (and undisputably for the season) Richard Townsend for Norwood kicked 4 in the semi to equal that 20, then kicked 2 the following week against West to end up with 22.

Hansen then went to Port the following year and was the leading goalscorer for the next four seasons.
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Post by Scrappy on Thu Sep 11, 2014 12:17 am

Ian Brewer had a distinction of sorts
Leading goal kicker for his team in 3 different comps
1958..73...Collingwood
1963..55...Claremont
1965..96....Norwood

The Collingwood and Norwood efforts were also the top goalscorer in the comps
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