Carmel Laube Medal
For the Player's Player
The Carmel Laube Medal was named in memory and honour of Carmel Laube, who played for Edwardstown and represented the State Squad before she was diagosed with Leukaemia.
She is fondly remembered for her time and contribution to the South Australian Women's Football League.
This medal is awarded to the Player's Player - the most respected player amongst peers in the competition.
|2014|| Nancy Tidswell &
|2012||Emma Gibson||Central District|
|2010||Brittany Perry||Central Districts|
|2009||Tess Baxter||Morphettville Park|
|2007||Linda Mounsey||Morphettville Park|
|2004||Kelli Loehr||Port Adelaide|
|2002||Kylie Tulloch||North Adelaide|
|2000||Sheron Ford||West Adelaide|