Players’ Trademark award
The Players’ Trademark award, voted on by the playing group and coaches, is presented to the player who embodied the players’ trademark throughout the season.
It started as the Coach’s Award from 1995, when it was won by Andrew Jarman. Later it was judged by the coaching panel and then named the Chelsea Phillis Coaches’ award from 2009 to 2016. Chelsea was a young Crows supporter who passed away suddenly at the age of two.
The honour is now known as the Players’ Trademark award to recognise the player who has best upheld the core values of the team on and off the field.
Jordan Dawson was the 2023 winner.