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AFL Rising Star

AFL Rising Star
2015 AFL Rising Star
Sponsor National Australia Bank (2002–)
Ansett (2001–2002)
Norwich (1993–2000)
Country Australia
First awarded 1993
Currently held by Jesse Hogan (Melbourne)
Official website afl.com.au/risingstar
Television/Radio coverage
Network Fox Footy (2013–)
Seven Network (1993–2001, 2012)
Network Ten (2002–2009)
One HD (2010–2011)

The NAB AFL Rising Star award is given annually to a standout young player in the Australian Football League (AFL). Since 2007, the winner has been presented with the Ron Evans Medal and was first awarded in 1993.[1] It was originally known as the Norwich Rising Star award due to sponsorship reasons between 1993–1999,[2] Ansett sponsored the award between 2000–2001, and National Australia Bank (NAB) has been the major sponsor since 2002.

Contents

  • Eligibility and nominations 1
  • Winners 2
    • Dual nominees 2.1
    • By club 2.2
    • Most nominations in a season 2.3
  • Achievements of winners 3
  • Notes 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Eligibility and nominations

Every round, an Australian Football League rising star nomination is given to a standout young player whom performed well during that particular round. To be eligible to be nominated for the award, a player must be younger than 21 years of age on 1 January of the award year and have played 10 or fewer senior games before the beginning of the season. A player who is suspended during the season is not eligible to win the award, however is still eligible for nomination.[3]

At the end of the season, nine AFL personalities (typically administrators and All-Australian team selectors) vote for five of the nominees, with their top selections earning five votes, their second selection earning four votes, etc. The player who receives the most votes is the winner. The current selection panel includes AFL CEO, Gillon McLachlan, AFL Football Operations Manager, Mark Evans, AFL National Talent Manager, Kevin Sheehan, and former players, Kevin Bartlett, Luke Darcy, Danny Frawley, Glen Jakovich, Cameron Ling, Matthew Richardson, and Warren Tredrea.[4]

Winners

The winners of the AFL Rising Star award have been:

Year Winner Team Recruited Ref.
1993 Buckley, NathanNathan Buckley Brisbane Bears 1992 Northern Territory zone selection [5]
1994 Scott, ChrisChris Scott Brisbane Bears 1993 national draft, pick #12 [5]
1995 Holland, NickNick Holland Hawthorn 1992 national draft, pick #14 [5]
1996 Cousins, BenBen Cousins West Coast 1995 Father-Son selection [5]
1997 Wilson, MichaelMichael Wilson Port Adelaide 1997 Port Adelaide zone selection [5]
1998 Pickett, ByronByron Pickett North Melbourne 1996 national draft, pick #67 [5]
1999 Goodes, AdamAdam Goodes Sydney 1997 national draft, pick #43 [5]
2000 Hasleby, PaulPaul Hasleby Fremantle 1999 national draft, pick #2 [5]
2001 Koschitzke, JustinJustin Koschitzke St Kilda 2000 national draft, pick #2 [5]
2002 Riewoldt, NickNick Riewoldt St Kilda 2000 national draft, pick #1 [5]
2003 Mitchell, SamSam Mitchell Hawthorn 2001 national draft, pick #36 [5]
2004 Rivers, JaredJared Rivers Melbourne 2002 national draft, pick #26 [5]
2005 Deledio, BrettBrett Deledio Richmond 2004 national draft, pick #1 [5]
2006 Pearce, DanyleDanyle Pearce Port Adelaide 2005 rookie draft, 2005 rookie elevation [5]
2007 Selwood, JoelJoel Selwood Geelong 2006 national draft, pick #7 [5]
2008 Palmer, RhysRhys Palmer Fremantle 2007 national draft, pick #7 [6]
2009 Rich, DanielDaniel Rich Brisbane Lions 2008 national draft, pick #7 [7]
2010 Hannebery, DanielDaniel Hannebery Sydney 2008 national draft, pick #30 [8]
2011 Heppell, DysonDyson Heppell Essendon 2010 national draft, pick #8 [9]
2012 Talia, DanielDaniel Talia Adelaide 2009 national draft, pick #13 [10]
2013 O'Meara, JaegerJaeger O'Meara Gold Coast 2011 mini-draft, pick #1 [11]
2014 Taylor, LewisLewis Taylor Brisbane Lions 2013 national draft, pick #28 [12]
2015 Hogan, JesseJesse Hogan Melbourne 2012 mini-draft, pick #2 [13]

Dual nominees

It is possible for a player to be nominated in multiple years, as long as they still satisfy the age and games played qualification rules in each year. So far nine players have been nominated twice.[14]

By club

Club Nominations Winners
Adelaide 26 1
Brisbane Bears 5 2
Brisbane Lions 34 2
Carlton 27 0
Collingwood 34 0
Essendon 36 1
Fitzroy 6 0
Fremantle 28 2
Geelong 29 1
Gold Coast 11 1
Greater Western Sydney 14 0
Hawthorn 33 2
Melbourne 34 2
North Melbourne 23 1
Port Adelaide 27 2
Richmond 32 1
St Kilda 23 2
Sydney 23 2
West Coast 35 1
Western Bulldogs 33 0

* Correct to the end of the 2015 season

Most nominations in a season

Noms. Club Season Nominees
8 Greater Western Sydney 2012 T. Bugg, J. Cameron, S. Coniglio, T. Greene, D. Shiel, D. Smith, A. Treloar, D. Tyson
5 Essendon 1993 J. Hird, D. Fletcher, M. Mercuri J. Misiti, R. Olarenshaw,
Fremantle 1996 D. Bandy, C. Callaghan, G. Harding, K. Hunter, L. Toia
4 Fitzroy 1994 J. Barker, S. Hawking, C. Johnson, J. Molloy
Port Adelaide 1997 N. Eagleton, B. Lade, B. Lockwood, M. Wilson
Brisbane Lions 1999 S. Black, S O'Bree, T. Notting, L. Power
West Coast 2004 S. Butler, M. Seaby, B. Staker, B. Waters
Brisbane Lions 2005 J. Adcock, A. Corrie, T. Selwood, J. Sherman
Port Adelaide 2006 T. Chaplin, D. Pearce, J. Surjan, B. Symes
Gold Coast 2011 B. Matera, T. McKenzie, Z. Smith, D. Swallow
Adelaide 2013 L. Brown, B. Crouch, S. Kerridge, R. Laird

Achievements of winners

Rising Star winners in a premiership year

Rising star and premiership player

Rising Star and Leigh Matthews Trophy

Rising Star and Brownlow Medal

Notes

1.^ Under the 2005–2014 match review panel system, a player was ineligible if he was given a base sanction of 100 or more demerit points by the tribunal or match review panel, equivalent to a one-week suspension. Under some circumstances, a player could reduce a penalty from a one-week suspension (125 demerit points) to a reprimand without suspension (92.75 points) by accepting a 25% reduction with an early guilty plea; as the base points sanction in this case exceeds 100, he would become ineligible for the award, despite not being suspended. This is the same eligibility criterion used in the Brownlow Medal. Since 2015, if a player is suspended for more than one match after an early plea or tribunal case, then he is ineligible to win the award.[15]

References

  1. ^ "NAB AFL Rising Star—How does the AFL Rising Star Award work?". AFL.com.au.  
  2. ^ "Norwich Rising Star".  
  3. ^ "NAB AFL Rising Star—Who is eligible?". AFL.com.au.  
  4. ^ Lord, Sam (3 September 2014). "Rising Star anyone’s guess". lions.com.au.  
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Lovett, Michael, ed. (February 2015). AFL Record Season Guide 2015.  
  6. ^ "Docker Rhys Palmer wins 2008 Rising Star award".  
  7. ^ Holmesby, Luke (2 September 2009). "Rich wins rising star". AFL.com.au ( 
  8. ^ Brodie, Will (1 September 2010). "Swan Hannebery wins Rising Star Award".  
  9. ^ Windley, Matt (8 September 2011). "Dyson Heppell takes out NAB Rising Star award".  
  10. ^ Holmesby, Luke; Twomey, Callum (5 September 2012). "Talia claims Rising Star". AFL.com.au ( 
  11. ^ Bowen, Nick (4 September 2013). "O'Meara named Rising Star". AFL.com.au ( 
  12. ^ Phelan, Jennifer (3 September 2014). "Lion Lewis Taylor crowned the 2014 NAB AFL Rising Star in closest ever count". AFL.com.au ( 
  13. ^ King, Travis (9 September 2015). "Hogan wins the 2015 NAB AFL Rising Star award". AFL.com.au ( 
  14. ^ "AFL Rising Star Award, 1993–2015". Footystats. Retrieved 23 July 2015. 
  15. ^ King, Travis (25 November 2014). "No more demerit points as AFL aims for simpler MRP". AFL.com.au ( 

External links

  • Official AFL Rising Star webpage
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