Three Gold Coast players have polled AFL Coaches’ Association votes from the Round 4 match against Carlton at Metricon Stadium.

Hugh Greenwood led the SUNS with four votes as reward for his 27 disposals, game-high 10 clearances, 18 contested possessions and a goal.

Reliable defender Jack Bowes polled three votes for his performance which included a game-high 34 disposals, game-high 652 metres gained and nine marks.

Vice-captain Touk Miller rounded out the votes for the SUNS receiving two for his 28 disposals and game-high 13 tackles.

For Carlton it was Sam Docherty (six votes) who led the way, followed by Jacob Weitering (five), Ed Curnow (five), Liam Jones (four), and Sam Walsh (one).

The AFL Coaches Association’s AFL Champion Player Award is an award voted by the 18 coaching panels on a 5,4,3,2,1 basis after each home and away game, acknowledging outstanding effort by an individual player in a season.


6 - Sam Docherty (CARL)

5 - Jacob Weitering (CARL)

5 - Ed Curnow (CARL)

4 - Liam Jones (CARL)

4 - Hugh Greenwood (GCFC)

3 - Jack Bowes (GCFC)

2 - Touk Miller (GCFC)

1 - Samuel Walsh (CARL)