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Three SUNS poll AFLCA Coaches Votes

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 14: Touk Miller of the Suns handballs during the round four AFL match between the Gold Coast Suns and the Carlton Blues at Metricon Stadium on April 14, 2019 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Gold Coast have had three players recognised in the AFLCA Coaches Votes after Sunday’s last-gasp victory over Carlton.

Midfielder Touk Miller led the SUNS with eight votes for his 31 disposal effort.

Of more significant note were his game-high 14 tackles, including nine in the first quarter – the most by a SUN in a single quarter.

David Swallow continued his strong start to the year, having a big say on proceedings with his 30 disposals going at 83% efficiency.

The skipper received four votes from the coaches for his efforts.

The third Gold Coast player to register a vote was Brayden Fiorini (one) after he had 30 disposals, six marks and four inside 50s.

Stuart Dew and Blues’ counterpart Brendon Bolton voted Carlton captain Patrick Cripps as the best player on the ground. Sam Walsh (four votes) and Jacob Weitering (two votes) were the other players to poll.


10 – Patrick Cripps (CARL)
8 – Touk Miller (GCFC)
5 – Samuel Walsh (CARL)
4 – David Swallow (GCFC)
2 – Jacob Weitering (CARL)
1 – Brayden Fiorini (GCFC)

34 – Marcus Bontempelli  
29 – Patrick Cripps 
26 – Tim Kelly  
25 – Patrick Dangerfield 
24 – Lachie Neale
23 – Lachie Whitfield
19 – Sebastian Ross
18 – Jeremy Cameron
17 – Travis Boak 
17 – Stephen Coniglio 

12 – David Swallow
11 – Alex Sexton
10 – Brayden Fiorini
8 – Jack Martin
8 – Touk Miller
6 – Jarrod Harbrow
5 – Jack Bowes
4 – Lachie Weller
1 – Jarrod Witts