Gold Coast SUNS midfielder Noah Anderson has capped off an outstanding season with a Runner-Up finish in the 2022 SUNS Club Champion.

Anderson finished the vote count on 504 votes behind eventual winner Touk Miller (566) and ahead of third-placed David Swallow (479).

Sitting in seventh position after 15 rounds, Anderson came home with a flourish, polling 212 votes in the final eight games.

His best polling performance was deservedly the thrilling Round 17 victory over Richmond at Metricon Stadium, where the third-year midfielder polled 36 out of a possible 40 votes after an epic goal after the siren to win the game.

Anderson had a career-best season in 2022, averaging 26 disposals and six clearances per game.

Taking on a heavy midfield load, Anderson was a reliable competitor who continued his rapid improvement at AFL level.

On top of his Runner-Up finish, the 21-year-old also claimed the Best Emerging Player award at the 2022 SUNS Club Champion event.

Club Champion Voting Process: Gold Coast's four-person match committee award votes to an unlimited number of players per match. The voting process allows each player to receive a maximum of ten votes from each individual member of the match committee, meaning the maximum number of votes a player can receive for any match is 40.