Touk Miller is a joint-winner of Gold Coast’s 2019 Players’ Player award, presented at the Club Champion awards night.

Miller shares the award with co-captain David Swallow after the pair received an equal number of votes from their peers following the 2019 season.

 The SUNS vice-captain suited up for 18 games this year after nursing an ongoing heel injury followed by a cork in the middle of the season.

Despite missing four games, Miller continued to be one of the club’s most consistent players, averaging 22 disposals and six tackles per game.

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While he was deployed predominately as an inside midfielder, Miller also played in matches where he sacrificed his own game for the team in a run-with or tagging role on opposition stars. 

Off the field Miller is also a dedicated teammate and strong leader within the group.

He leads with his voice in team meetings and his words carry weight with his peers. 

Still only 23-years-old, Miller’s commitment to the club and team-first mentality make him a rightful winner of the Players’ Player award.