MADDY Prespakis has topped off a win away with a best-on-ground nine votes in the AFLCA AFLW Champion Player of the Year award.
Coinciding with four consecutive Carlton wins, this will be the fourth week in a row the youngster has featured in the votes.
Prespakis continued with her record of featuring in the top two of every game which Carlton has won this season.
The 19-year-old finished as the Blues’ clear best in the 16-point victory over Melbourne, notching 23 disposals (15 contested), four marks and a clutch goal.
The 2019 Rising Star now sits third in the overall ranking on 44 votes, behind North Melbourne’s Jasmine Garner (47 votes) and Collingwood’s Jaimee Lambert (46 votes).
Her partner-in-crime on the night in Chloe Dalton was also recognised for her midfield efforts.
Dalton finished with four votes for her showing against Melbourne, after proving to be a key contributor in attack.
The second-year Blue made her prescience felt with 17 disposals and three clearances.
Charlotte Wilson continued her solid run of form, polling two votes after last week’s NAB AFLW Rising Star nomination.
The youngster - who also polled a fortnight ago against Adelaide - was resolute down back, collecting six marks among her 11 disposals.
Rounding out Carlton’s votes for Round 6, Tayla Harris collected one vote for her tireless efforts up forward.
Harris continued to impact the scoreline throughout the match, directly with her one major as well as through repeated efforts inside 50 at ground level.