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womens.afl - Player of the year - 3 way tie

So the AFLW branch of AFL.com.au website (womens.afl) has their own voting system, similar to ours.

They award 3, 2, 1 after each game....although theirs is not club specific.

In any event, they have tallied the results and its come out a 3-way tie and one of those is none other than Maddie Prespakis.

13 – Jasmine Garner (North Melbourne), Karen Paxman (Melbourne), Maddy Prespakis (Carlton)
12 – Kiara Bowers (Fremantle)
11 – Alyce Parker (GWS)
10 – Jaimee Lambert (Collingwood)
6 – Ash Riddell (North Melbourne), Britt Bonnici (Collingwood), Caitlin Greiser (St Kilda), Dana Hooker (West Coast), Ebony Marinoff (Adelaide), Ellie Blackburn (Western Bulldogs), Emily Bates (Brisbane)

Re: womens.afl - Player of the year - 3 way tie

Reply #1
Well done, Maddy P! A great season and a deserving winner. However, where are the rest of us? Harrington, for example...
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Reply #2
Well done, Maddy P! A great season and a deserving winner. However, where are the rest of us? Harrington, for example...

Good question Crash! 

Collingwood and North are the only teams with multiple representatives and I can only think that the evenness of our performances meant that we had lots of players with less than six votes.

Well done Maddy - a most deserved recognition of a great young talent.
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Reply #3
Well done, Maddy P! A great season and a deserving winner. However, where are the rest of us? Harrington, for example...
Have a look at our own voting system. Its an even mix of our players. Harrington has only polled in 2 games this year i think. Laloifi the same. I think 2 others have polled in 2 games as well. Nobody for us has polled in more than 3 games....and that doesn't take into account the opposition.