Fremantle midfielder Andrew Brayshaw has received maximum votes for round five in the AFLCA Champion Player of the Year award, with both coaches awarding him 10 out of a possible 10 votes against Adelaide on Sunday.
In the absence of captain Nat Fyfe, Brayshaw was instrumental in Fremantle’s 20-point win over the Crows, in what was considered a career-best game for the 20-year-old.
After starting in the forward line, Brayshaw spent most of the game in the midfield, finishing with 23 disposals, eight marks, five tackles and a game-high 106 AFL Fantasy points.
Defender Griffin Logue picked up six votes for his relentless efforts down back, competing in and winning multiple one-on-one contests with the Adelaide forwards.
He totalled seven intercepts, two contested marks and six spoils in a great all-round performance that landed him high praise from senior coach Justin Longmuir.
David Mundy polled five votes for his efforts, having an impressive second half and totalling 25 possessions and seven clearances (six from the centre bounce) for the match.
Adam Cerra (3) and Luke Ryan (1) were among Freo’s other vote getters, with Cerra following in his draft partner’s footsteps, amassing a career-high 134 ranking points, six marks, five tackles, five inside 50s and 17 disposals at 88 per cent efficiency.
VOTES V ADELAIDE
10 - Andrew Brayshaw
6 - Griffin Logue
5 - David Mundy
3 - Adam Cerra
3 - Brad Crouch
2 - Tom Doedee
1 - Luke Ryan