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Naughton rockets into Coleman Top 5

Aaron Naughton’s five-goal haul against GWS has closed the gap between himself and overall 2022 Coleman Medal leader Charlie Curnow.

Aaron Naughton’s five-goal haul against GWS has closed the gap between himself and overall 2022 Coleman Medal leader Charlie Curnow. 

At the end of round 13, Naughton was sitting equal-sixth with 30 goals - nine behind the Carlton spearhead on 39 goals.

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AFL RD14 | Naughton nails five

Aaron Naughton was at his mercurial best against the Giants with a wealth of tough grabs to go alongside his five goals

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But Naughton’s Saturday night output of five – the fourth time in his career – has seen him leap into equal-fourth, with Curnow only adding one to his tally in round 14.

Sharing fourth spot with St Kilda’s Max King on 35 goals, Naughton now sits just four majors behind Cats Jeremy Cameron (39) and one behind Tom Hawkins (36) who round out the top five.

The 22-year-old’s career-best finish is six, which he achieved against Gold Coast in round 12, 2020.

Last season, he managed 47 goals from 25 games. 

 

Coleman Medal – Round 14 standings

1 - Charlie Curnow (40 goals)

2 - Jeremy Cameron (39 goals)

3 – Tom Hawkins (36 goals)

=4 - Aaron Naughton (35 goals)

=4 - Max King (35 goals)

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