Four Gold Coast players have been recognised for their efforts in the Round 2 victory over Richmond.

Jamie Stanton was adjudged best player on the ground by the coaches, receiving nine votes for her 20 disposals and a goal.

Dynamic midfielder Kate Surman was also influential, with her two goals, 12 disposals and six tackles culminating in four votes.

Key defender Lauren Ahrens was a pillar in defence with 16 disposals, four marks and five tackles also earning her four votes from the coaches. 

Hannah Dunn was the final SUN to poll, receiving three votes for her work in the midfield, racking up 14 disposals and eight tackles.

For Richmond, Phoebe Monahan received the most votes with five, followed by Monique Conti (four) and Sarah Sansonetti (one). 

The AFL Coaches Association AFLW Champion Player of the Year is an award voted by the AFLW senior coaches on a 5,4,3,2,1 basis after each game, acknowledging outstanding effort to an individual player in a season. 


9 - Jamie Stanton (GCFC)

5 - Phoebe Monahan (RICH)

4 - Kate Surman (GCFC)

4 - Lauren Ahrens (GCFC)

4 - Monique Conti (RICH)

3 - Hannah Dunn (GCFC)

1 - Sarah Sansonetti (RICH)