Two SUNS have polled AFL Coaches’ Association votes for the Round 19 match against Essendon.

Co-captain Jarrod Witts and vice-captain Touk Miller led from the front, and were both equally voted the second-best players on the ground by the coaches with seven votes apiece.

Witts monstered the Bombers in the ruck, finishing with 60 hitouts, 19 of those to advantage.

He also managed seven clearances from his 19 disposals and four marks.

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Meanwhile Miller had one of his best games for the season with 32 disposals in the midfield.

Impressively, 22 of his 32 touches were contested.

The 23-year-old also had four marks and four tackles to go with his six clearances and a goal to top it off. 

Essendon’s Jake Stringer received the most votes for the match with nine, while Shaun McKernan (four) and Dylan Shiel (three) were the other Bombers recognised.

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).  

9 Jake Stringer (ESS)
7 Jarrod Witts (GCFC)
7 Touk Miller (GCFC)
4 Shaun McKernan (ESS)
3 Dylan Shiel (ESS)

84 Tim Kelly      
79 Marcus Bontempelli 
78 Patrick Cripps  
73 Lachie Neale
67 Travis Boak
65 Ben Cunnington 
65 Nat Fyfe  
62 Patrick Dangerfield   
62 Brodie Grundy 
62 Luke Shuey
58 Max Gawn
52 Elliot Yeo  
51 Brad Crouch
51 Josh Dunkley
51 Tim Taranto 
51 Dayne Zorko
50 Jack Macrae
48 Dustin Martin
47 Jeremy Cameron
46 Scott Pendlebury