It was another narrow victory for Gold Coast on Sunday night and the team at SUNS Media have taken a look at Gold Coast’s top AFL Fantasy performances from the game.

Touk Miller (MID - $656,000)

Miller’s Fantasy score of 149 was the best of the Gold Coast players and placed him third highest across the competition for Round 4.

His monster score was aided by a massive 14 tackles, while he also had 18 kicks, 13 marks and six marks.

The high score has given Miller’s season average a significant boost (up to 103) and seen his price rise by $32,000.

Now that he has demonstrated the ability to go big, the midfielder could prove to be a point of difference with his low ownership.

Jarrod Witts (RUC - $687,000)

The ruckman dominated the hit-outs against the Blues on Sunday, with 45 contributing greatly to his overall score of 126 points.

He didn’t find a lot of the footy (13 disposals) but once again showed his willingness to lay a tackle as he finished with seven – the third most for the SUNS.

Priced at $687,000 and with ownership of 6%, the Gold Coast co-captain has proven to be a reliable fantasy option for Fantasy Coaches who opted against selecting both Brodie Grundy and Max Gawn to start the year.

Witts has yet to drop below 93 points this season and now averages 101.8 for the season.

Brayden Fiorini (MID - $699,000)

Fiorini once again found himself amongst the top ranked SUNS players on the weekend, equalling his season-high of 114 points.

It was his kick-to-handball ratio (21 kicks, nine handballs) that played a significant in him reaching the ton once gain.

The midfielder kicked two behinds, so missed out on boosting his score even more.

Fiorini’s price continues to rise, with another $13,000 added after Sunday’s performance.