Utility Ebony Antonio has made AFLW history after being nominated for both the 2022 Goal and Mark of the year in the same season.
Antonio's running check side goal from the boundary in round one and her high-flying aerobatics in round six have both been named finalists in their respective categories, with the winner being announced at the W Awards following an online fan vote.
The inaugural Freo Docker has had her most successful year up forward kicking 10 goals in 2022 and was nominated twice for the Accor AFLW Goal of the Year this season.
The first finalist of the Accor AFLW Goal of the Year set the tone for the AFLW RAC Derby, after trailing West Coast by a single point Antonio scooped up a loose ball on the 50-metre arc and ran 20 metres along the boundary then kicked a spectacular goal on her right foot on a tight angle.
This was Antonio's first of three goals for the day, which resulted in her sharing the medal with Kiara Bowers for best on ground for the day.
The Toyota AFLW Mark of the Year finalist was rewarded for her efforts in round six against Carlton after she flew high at Fremantle Oval.
After Carlton switched the ball to Carlton's Natalie Plane late in the fourth quarter, Antonio took her opportunity to take her own flight on Plane's back and come down with an absolute ripper.
Fans have the chance to create history and vote for both Antonio's goal and mark of the year to make her the first AFLW player in history to take out both awards in a single season.
Fremantle takes on Adelaide this Saturday in the second preliminary final at Adelaide Oval, with tickets free to fans thanks to Telstra.