Bampton Medal (B&F)

Peter captained the first Port Lincoln side in the inaugural carnival, was selected in the E.P. Representative side that year. The Medal for the Carnival Best and Fairest player was appropriately named after Peter Bampton and first presented as such in 1989.
YearPlayer NameLeague
1989David CarrLincoln Districts
1990Fabian DaveyLincoln Districts
Anthony MaharFar West
1991Ricki MacgowanEastern Eyre
1992Julian WaitGreat Flinders
1993Craig TurnerKangaroo Island
Michael BaldockMid West
Stephen Paech Great Flinders
1994Mark BrownEastern Eyre
1995Steven WildmanEastern Eyre
1996Craig ConboyMid West
1997John KeaneMid West
1998Trevor JohncockLincoln Districts
1999Gary HetzelGreat Flinders
2000Michael EdwardsEastern Eyre
2001Richard JonesLincoln Districts
Shaun EvansLincoln City
2002Brian CoadGreat Flinders
Scott FeltusMid West
2003David McPharlinLincoln Districts
Scott FeltusMid West
2004Paul WhiteLincoln City
2005Scott FeltusMid West
2006George PedlerGreat Flinders
2007Matthew JamesPort Lincoln
2008Scott FeltusMid West
2009Matthew GoodwinPort Lincoln
2010Jesse KempPort Lincoln
Scott FeltusMid West
2011Waylon JohncockFar West
2012Paul WhitePort Lincoln
2013Nigel JamesGreat Flinders
2014Brad HazlegroveGreat Flinders
2015Jack KennyEastern Eyre
2016Tyler FranklinEastern Eyre
2017Xavier WatsonGreat Flinders
2018Levi KonitzkaGreat Flinders
Derek WanganeenE.P. Sharks
2019Xavier WatsonGreat Flinders
Lindsey ThomasLincoln Districts
2021Aseri RaikiwasaEastern Eyre