Andrew Brayshaw has earned the maximum 10 votes for his outstanding round 12 performance in Fremantle's 14-point win against Brisbane on Sunday at Optus Stadium.

Brayshaw's efforts against the Lions gave him his second 10-vote game of the season, joining round 8 against North Melbourne, and the third time this year he has polled the most votes in a game.

He now sits tied with former housemate Lachie Neale in second with 58 votes behind Clayton Oliver on 63 votes. Neale did not poll votes in the game.

Brayshaw's 39 disposals was one off his career high against St Kilda in round two, with 15 of those disposals coming in the second term.

He also had nine clearances, six tackles, 16 contested possessions and eight score involvements.

Fellow young gun mid Caleb Serong polled eight votes for his 31 disposals, earning praise for his effective use by hand while running at 84 per cent disposal efficiency.

Serong once again brought his trademark pressure with seven tackles, while also impressing in the contest with six clearances.

Freo's midfield continued to dominate the votes with Will Brodie earning three votes, standing out with his four centre clearances in the third term.

Michael Frederick (two votes) and Bailey Banfield (one vote) were also rewarded for hitting the scoreboard with three and four goals respectively.

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All the goals | Round 12

All the goals from Fremantle's round 12 clash against the Lions at Optus Stadium.

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Zac Bailey (five votes) and Daniel Rich (one vote) rounded out the votes for Brisbane.

VOTES v BRISBANE
10 Andrew Brayshaw (FREO)
8 Caleb Serong (FREO)
5 Zac Bailey (BL)
3 Will Brodie (FREO)
2 Michael Frederick (FREO)
1 Bailey Banfield (FREO)
1 Daniel Rich (BL)

LEADERBOARD
63 Clayton Oliver (MEL)
58 Andrew Brayshaw (FREO)
58 Lachie Neale (BRI)
53 Patrick Cripps (CAR)
52 Jeremy Cameron (GEE)
50 Touk Miller (GCS)
50 Christian Petracca (MEL)

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