Gold Coast SUNS forward Britt Perry has earnt a Round 6 AFLW Mark of the Year nomination from the victory over West Coast in Perth.
Despite the game already iced in the final quarter, Perry launched herself fearlessly into a contest inside the centre circle and came away with a determined contested mark.
It’s Gold Coast’s second Mark of the Year contender after Lauren Bella was nominated in Round 3.
In 2020 footy fans can vote weekly for the AFLW Mark of the Year and the AFLW Coates Hire Goal of the Year, through Google Search.
Fans can simply search for ‘AFLW vote’ on Google to select their nominee for the AFLW Mark of the Year and the AFLW Coates Hire Goal of the Year. Fans can vote once per day in each category.
At the end of the 2020 NAB AFLW Competition home and away matches, the AFLW All Australian panel will select the nominations for the overall AFLW Mark of the Year and AFLW Coates Hire Goal of the Year.
Fans will then be able to vote on womens.afl and through Google Search for these overall nominations during the NAB AFLW Finals Series.
The AFLW All Australian panel will award the eventual winners, taking into consideration the fan vote, which will be announced at the W Awards. The two winners will each receive a $10,000 prize.
Fans can vote on their weekly nominees after each home and away round of the 2020 NAB AFLW Competition, from 4pm AEDT each Monday until voting close at 4pm AEDT each Wednesday.
The Round 6 nominees for Mark of the Year
A Jasmine Garner (North Melbourne) – third quarter
B Ashley Sharp (Fremantle) – third quarter
C Brittany Perry (Gold Coast SUNS) – fourth quarter