Seven Western Bulldogs players have caught the eyes of coaches Luke Beveridge and David Noble, following the Club’s record-breaking 128-point win over North Melbourne on Good Friday.
Josh Bruce was judged best afield, polling 10 votes in the AFLCA Champion Player of the Year award for his career-best 10-goal performance, which also included 21 possessions (11 contested) and 10 marks.
Adam Treloar earned himself eight votes for his efforts consisting of 27 disposals, nine inside-50s and three goals, followed closely behind by Josh Dunkley who received six votes for his 33 touches, five clearances, eight score involvements and a goal.
Bulldogs Caleb Daniel (two votes), Alex Keath (two votes), Jack Macrae and Bailey Dale (one vote each) rounded out the voting.
Macrae currently sits in seventh position overall, with 13 votes from three games.
North Melbourne v Western Bulldogs
10 – Josh Bruce
8 – Adam Treloar
6 – Josh Dunkley
2 – Caleb Daniel
2 – Alex Keath
1 – Jack Macrae
1 – Bailey Dale
AFLCA Champion Player of the Year Award
28 – Taylor Walker (ADEL)
19 – Dustin Martin (RICH)
16 – Darcy Moore (COLL)
16 – Clayton Oliver (MELB)
15 – Max Gawn (MELB)
14 – Nic Naitanui (WCE)
13 – Jack Macrae (WB)