Nick Holman’s efforts in Round 11 against GWS have been recognised with one AFLCA Coaches’ vote.

Holman was given the role of shutting down dangerous Giant Lachie Whitfield who has run rampant in recent weeks.

Whitfield was restricted to just 17 possessions on the day after he has averaged 35 from his previous two games. 

Holman himself was able to pick up 13 disposals, six marks and five tackles.

Five GWS players shared in the remainder of the votes with Stephen Coniglio receiving the maximum 10 votes for his 36 disposals and three goals. 

Jeremy Cameron (7 votes), Josh Kelly (7), Jacob Hopper (4) and Sam Reid (1) were the others to poll in the game.

Every round, the AFL coaches vote for the best players from their game.

The coaches vote for five players, giving them a mark from 1-5. The maximum a player can score is 10 (with five votes from both coaches). 

10 Stephen Coniglio (GWS)
7 Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
7 Josh Kelly (GWS)
4 Jacob Hopper (GWS)
1 Sam Reid (GWS)
1 Nick Holman (GCFC)

63 Tim Kelly      
52 Patrick Cripps 
49 Brodie Grundy
47 Travis Boak 
46 Ben Cunnington 
45 Nat Fyfe   
44 Marcus Bontempelli
44 Lachlan Neale
44 Luke Shuey
42 Scott Pendlebury 
39 Patrick Dangerfield   
38 Stephen Coniglio
38 Max Gawn
38 Elliot Yeo  
37 Gary Ablett 
36 Jeremy Cameron
36 Lachie Whitfield
34 Tim Taranto
33 Brad Crouch
32 Ricky Henderson