10 FOR No.10.

Harry McKay has polled another 10 AFLCA votes for his dominant Good Friday performance against the Roos, his second perfect showing in the first three games.

To go with his game-high five goals, McKay was dominant in the air and in the forward half, totalling 12 score involvements and 10 marks.

The forward is now sitting in second place on the AFLCA leaderboard after three games - having played one game less than leader Isaac Heeney - and second on the Coleman Medal leaderboard.

Midfielder George Hewett received eight votes for his physical game, where the 28-year-old also totalled 12 score involvements (equal game-high), along with 12 contested possessions, nine clearances and six tackles.

Hewett also sits in the top 20 on the AFLCA leaderboard with fellow midfielder Patrick Cripps one vote ahead, as the captain earned six votes for his Round 3 game.


Cripps gathered a team-high 28 disposals and a game-high 15 contested possessions under the roof at Marvel Stadium in what was another impactful performance from the skipper.

Sharpshooter Charlie Curnow polled three votes, with the tall forward slotting four goals (now equal-fourth on the Coleman Medal leaderboard) along with 10 contested possessions and nine score involvements.

Carlton debutant Elijah Hollands clearly made an impression in his first Navy Blue outing, where the forward-midfielder picked up two votes for his 22 disposals, nine contested possessions, eight score involvements and last-quarter goal.

Rounding out the votes was Adam Cerra, who polled a singular vote against the Roos. Picking up 22 disposals, an equal-game high of eight inside 50s and seven tackles, Cerra also contributed to the scoreboard in the first term.

Round 3 votes: 
10 Harry McKay (CARL)
8 George Hewett (CARL)
6 Patrick Cripps (CARL)
3 Charlie Curnow (CARL)
2 Elijah Hollands (CARL)
1 Adam Cerra (CARL)