For the second year running, David Swallow and Touk Miller have shared the Players’ Player award at Gold Coast’s 2020 Club Champion.
The award, which is voted on by the playing group, acknowledges the player who has best lived the club’s values on and off the field this season.
Swallow played 15 games and after starting the year in the forward line, transitioned back into the midfield where he is most effective.
The SUNS co-captain averaged 18 disposals and four clearances per game and as always led by his actions on the field.
Miller had his best campaign to date where he averaged 20 disposals and four clearances per game.
The 24-year-old also rated elite in the competition in tackles, with his 88 for the year (at an average of 5.2 per game) ranking him fifth in the AFL in that stat.
The vice-captain’s ability to play a variety of roles for his team, either as a shutdown player or inside midfielder, sees him rated highly amongst the playing group.
This is Swallow’s third Players’ Player honour after previously earning it in 2017, while Miller claims the award for the second time after sharing with Swallow last season.