Coaches MVP Award votes | April 2


Published on Tuesday, April 6, 2021

The Coaches Most Valuable Player Award votes from last week’s NFNL senior football matches.

Each match, the senior coach of each NFNL club gives 5-4-3-2-1 votes to the players they consider to be best on ground in the game in which their team plays.

The maximum votes a player can receive in one match is 10 votes.

Continue below for all the votes from last week’s senior football matches.

MC LABOUR DIVISION 2 – ROUND 1

Eltham 17.20 (122) def St Mary’s 10.16 (76)
10 – Ben Montanaro (E)
5 – Christopher Petroro (SM)
4 – Brent Macaffer (E)
4 – Lane Sinclair (E)
3 – Tim Currie (E)
2 – Mikael Avramov (E)
1 – Alex Bellchambers (E)
1 – Myles Guldon (SM)

Epping 13.2 (80) def by Thomastown 26.17 (173)
9 – Tyrone Leonardis (T)
8 – Michael Tang (T)
4 – Alec Buchan (E)
3 – Kane Slater (T)
2 – Joel Carter (T)
2 – Jackson Freebairn (E)
1 – Anthony Capeci (T)
1 – Adrian Natoli (T)

Leaderboard – MC Labour Division 2

10 – Ben Montanaro (Eltham)
9 – Tyrone Leonardis (Thomastown)
8 – Michael Tang (Thomastown)
5 – Christopher Petroro (St Mary’s)
4 – Alec Buchan (Epping)
4 – Brent Macaffer (Eltham)
4 – Lane Sinclair (Eltham)

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