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Who do you think is going to win the Keith "Bluey" Truscott Trophy tonight and be declared the winner of the 2021 Melbourne Demons Best & Fairest in a Premiership year?

I reckon it would have to be Clayton Oliver. That's my very confident tip. He was the most consistent player the whole year.

My top 5 is as follows...

1) Clayton Oliver

2) Christian Petracca

3) Max Gawn

4) Jake Lever

5) Christian Salem

Anyway, it should be an enjoyable evening as I think the Melbourne Football Club is live-streaming the event?

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I reckon Max will take it out. He was used tactically each week and had the biggest influence on us winning games imo. Should be a cracking night!

1. Gawn

2. Oliver

3. Petracca

4. Lever

5. Salem

Fritsch a close 6th

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Hard to see anybody take this away from Oliver.

1. Oliver

2. Trac

3. May

4. Salem

5. Gawn

Norm Smith Memorial Trophy (most consistent): Its a hard one, but probably Oliver takes this as well?

Ron Barassi Jnr Trophy (best leadership): Lever (assuming Gawn is not applicable as Captain?)

Harold Ball Memorial Trophy (best young talent): Hard to go past Bowey

Ian Ridley Memorial Trophy (community work) : Hard to know this one - presume Jetts still doing the good stuff.

James McDonald Trophy (Melbourne spirt): Going out on a limb here to say ANB as the ultimate role player who was able to turn back from the 'abyss of delistment' and forge himself as premier small forward. 

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3 hours ago, Diamond_Jim said:

Oliver by the length of the straight

Petracca to shade Gawn followed by Salem, Lever and May

Clarry Choo Choo Oliver

Daylight 

Max

Tracc

May

Lever

Salem

Langdon

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The AFLCA must be a good indicator for the B&F considering Goody votes. Below is the number of games our players polled coaches votes in. Kozzie has not had much love in this thread, and TMAC polled in a relatively high percentage of games.

Oliver (17)

Tracc (15)

Max (12)

Salem (10)

Lever (9)

TMAC (9)

May (5)

Kozzie (5)

LJ (4)

Langdon (3)

Viney (3)

 

 

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32 minutes ago, Watson11 said:

The AFLCA must be a good indicator for the B&F considering Goody votes. Below is the number of games our players polled coaches votes in. Kozzie has not had much love in this thread, and TMAC polled in a relatively high percentage of games

Yeah, T Mac’s first half of the season was miles better than his second.

He played some top shelf games against Freo, Richmond, Sydney and Carlton.

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On 12/17/2021 at 3:11 PM, Smokey said:

1. Oliver
2. Petracca
3. Gawn
4. Salem
5. Lever 

Spot on Smokey.!!!

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