Rory Lobb has been awarded a perfect 10 votes for his four goal performance following Fremantle’s win against the Western Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium on Saturday.
Both Justin Longmuir and Luke Beveridge put in the same vote sheet for their 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 votes with Lobb named the best on ground by both for his four goal and seven mark performance.
This is the third time Lobb has earned the most votes in a game this year, but his first time outright, after having nine votes alongside Sean Darcy against Port Adelaide and eight votes alongside Michael Frederick against Melbourne at the MCG.
Midfielder Caleb Serong was the unanimous second best on ground with an equal game-high eight clearances as well as 24 disposals, 11 contested possessions, five inside 50s and seven involvement scores.
Luke Ryan may have been unlucky to just get four votes for his dominant efforts down back, reeling in 15 marks and with 31 effective disposals from his 32. He also led all Fremantle players with 573 meters gained.
Jordan Clark earned votes for the seventh time this season with 26 disposals, 10 marks and six interceptions – plus one of the most impressive spoils of the season.
Josh Dunkley was the only Western Bulldogs player to earn votes with six after racking up 21 contested possessions.
VOTES v WESTERN BULLDOGS
10 – Rory Lobb (FRE)
8 – Caleb Serong (FRE)
6 – Josh Dunkley (WB)
4 – Luke Ryan (FRE)
2 – Jordan Clark (FRE)
With no votes, Andrew Brayshaw has now slid to seventh in the overall standings.
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