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6 - N Jones

5 - Gawn

4 - Viney

3 - Tyson

2 - Watts

1 - Frost

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Finally calmed down sufficiently to give votes.

N. Jones. Seemed to be at every contest . Ran and ran - lead by example.

Gawn . Tried to lift the team when it was needed.

Kent.  A lot of ball. Pacey and threatening.

Petracca. [censored] me. This kid is going to be a superduperstar. He looks bigger every game.

Frosty. Looks like a permanent defender. He'd gain a meter if he tied those jug handles back!

Viney. Usual gut buster.

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We have a new leader - Maxy

143 Max Gawn 

137 Jack Viney 

118 Nathan Jones

93 Jack Watts

88 Bernie Vince

70 Dom Tyson

62 Tom McDonald

53 Jesse Hogan 

51 Neville Jetta

36 Jeff Garlett 

34 Ben Kennedy 

31 Jayden Hunt

25 Billy Stretch 

24 Tomas Bugg 

23 Christian Petracca 

21 Dean Kent

13 Clayton Oliver 

12 Josh Wagner 

11 James Harmes 

10 Heritier Lumumba 

9 Cam Pedersen

4 Sam Frost Matt Jones

2 Aaron vandenBerg

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6.  N. Jones

5.  Gawn

4.  Kent

3.  Frost

2.  Watts

1.  Petracca

Vince and Viney made some very uncharacteristic mistakes...I think this must be close to Viney's worst game.
Tyson, despite getting a lot of the ball, negated his possession count by too often giving it straight back to the opposition.

 
 

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    Demonland Player of the Year: Unofficial Tally

    Votes (games polling votes/games played)

    1.      Gawn - 470 (14/17)

    2.      Viney - 417 (12/16)

    3.      N Jones - 379 (15/17)

    4.      Watts - 325 (14/17)

    5.      Vince - 288 (13/16)

    6.      Tyson - 222 (9/16)

    7.      Jetta - 218 (13/16)

    8.      Hogan - 215 (10/17)

    9.      T McDonald - 169 (11/17)

    10.  Kennedy - 114 (6/15)

    11.  Hunt - 113 (9/14)

    12.  Garlett - 100 (6/13)

    13.  Stretch - 86 (5/11)

    14.  Petracca - 77 (6/12)

    15.  Kent - 73 (7/16

    16.  Bugg - 69 (5/14)

    17.  Oliver - 48 (4/10)

    18.  Harmes - 47 (5/15)

    19.  Wagner - 31 (5/13)

    20.  Frost - 29 (4/11)

    21.  M Jones - 24 (5/8)

    22.  Lumumba - 24 (2/5)

    23.  Grimes - 14 (1/2)

    24.  Pedersen - 8 (4/7)

    25.  Salem - 3 (1/7)

    26.  Trengove - 3 (1/2)

    27.  vandenBerg - 3 (1/9)

    28.  Garland - 1 (1/6)

     

    Best per round (vote order)

    Rd 1 (GWS): Viney, Watts, T McDonald, Kennedy, N Jones, Oliver, Gawn, Vince, Jetta, M Jones, Hogan

    Rd 2 (ESS): Kennedy, Garlett, N Jones, Vince, Tyson, M Jones, Jetta, Harmes, Pedersen

    Rd 3 (NTH): Viney, Gawn, Vince, Lumumba, Jetta, Oliver, Hogan, Kent, Salem

    Rd 4 (COL): Watts, Viney, Gawn, Wagner, Tyson, N Jones, T McDonald, Lumumba, Kennedy, Pedersen, Frost, Bugg, Hogan, Jetta

    Rd 5 (RIC): Gawn, Viney, Tyson, Vince, Garlett, T McDonald, Watts, Kent, N Jones

    Rd 6 (STK): Hogan, Viney, N Jones, Watts, Jetta, Gawn, Vince, Tyson, Bugg, Kennedy, Pedersen

    Rd 7 (GC): Gawn, Viney, N Jones, Jetta, Harmes, Oliver, Bugg, Hunt, Vince, Wagner, Pedersen, Garlett

    Rd 8 (WB): Jetta, Tyson, Viney, Kennedy, Stretch, Vince, T McDonald, Watts, Hogan, N Jones

    Rd 9 (BRI): Hogan, Stretch, Bugg, Petracca, N Jones, Watts, Garlett, Oliver, Harmes, Wagner, Vince, Garland

    Rd 10 (PA): Gawn, Jetta, N Jones, Hogan, Watts, Hunt, Stretch, T McDonald, Viney

    Rd 11 (HAW): Vince, Tyson, N Jones, Jetta, Watts, Gawn, Hunt, Frost, Wagner, Petracca, Trengove

    Rd 12 (COL): Gawn, Vince, N Jones, Tyson, Kent, Bugg, Hogan, T McDonald, Petracca, Frost, Hunt, Kennedy, Watts

    Rd 13 (SYD): Hunt, Vince, Gawn, Watts, Petracca, N Jones, Wagner, T McDonald

    Rd 14 (BYE)

    Rd 15 (ADE): Watts, N Jones, Hunt, Garlett, Jetta, Harmes, Stretch, T McDonald, Hogan, Gawn, Kent, Viney

    Rd 16 (FRE): T McDonald, Hogan, Watts, Gawn, Grimes, Viney, N Jones, Tyson, Jetta, Kent, M Jones, Hunt, vandenBerg

    Rd 17 (STK): Viney, Gawn, T McDonald, Vince, Watts, Kent, Petracca, Harmes, Hunt, Jetta, M Jones

    Rd 18 (WC): N Jones, Gawn, Kent, Frost, Tyson, Watts, Petracca, Viney, M Jones, Garlett, T McDonald, Jetta, Vince, Hunt

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