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WAFL B&F winners from the weekend

Haiden Schloithe has ended his career on high after claiming the WJ Hughes medal on Friday night.

Schloithe who averaged of 25 disposals per game in 2022 won the award for the fifth time in a remarkable show of consistency.

The 29-year-old finished ahead of second place Toby McQuilkin and Chad Pearson rounded out the podium.

Meanwhile, Milan Murdock won his first Lynn medal at the East Fremantle awards evening at the WACA.

Murdock averaged 27 disposals per game, averaged seven tackles and seven clearances across the 2022 season.

Cam Eardley finished second while Luke English snuck into third place ahead of captain Matthew Jupp.

At Swan Districts it was all about Jesse Turner who polled 183 votes to win the Swan medal.

Turner finished 92-votes ahead of Aidan Clarke who was one vote ahead of third place Tobe Watson.

It was a tie at West Perth after the 2022 WAFL premiership success as Mitchell Peirce and Shane Nelson shared honours.

Jye Bolton was at it once again shining above the rest at Claremont winning his third EB Cook medal.

Bolton averaged 30.2 disposals per game in his 21 appearances also laying 56 tackles and booting nine goals.

Finally at East Perth, Hamish Brayshaw claimed their FD Book medal with a 25-vote win over second place Scott Jones.

OTHER WAFL CLUB WINNERS (held previously to this weekend)

Peel Thunder - Dudley Tuckey Medal - Lloyd Meek

Perth - Butcher Medal - Corey Byrne

Subiaco - Outridge Medal - Stefan Giro



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