Meh, don't agree with the Grand Final day medallion rule anyway. Should be like other sports where if you play a certain amount of games during the year, you qualify if your team goes on to win it.
Mainly for gun players who got their team into the GF, or on top of the ladder, but then went down with injury. Without them the team wouldn't be in the GF perhaps, so they should get a medal.
The argument for Davis getting one was "the 2nd GF couldn't have happened without the first" (to quote Gerard Wheateley), but surely that counts for players who go down in a prelim. Imagine if Hayes (who saved the Saints many times during the season) went down in a prelim. If the Saints somehow won, for mine he's taken he deserves a medal.
Obviously not many would agree with this as its not the AFL culture, but still think it's a better method. Leon Davis not the best example of why this should occur, as he is a unique example of someone so **** in GFs... but Presti would be a good example. McEvoy another (if Saints had won last week).