St Kilda, Western Bulldogs, Melbourne and West Coast are the third batch of clubs to unveil their AFL Players’ Association MVP Award nominees for 2017, ahead of the awards on Tuesday, September 12.
The nomination for the MVP Award is a two-stage process. The first involves players nominating three teammates for the award, before three nominees from every club are presented to the wider playing group for a vote to decide the winner. Players cannot vote for their own teammates in stage two of the process.
Alongside the Most Courageous and Best First Year award nominees, which were revealed last week, the Saints, Dogs, Demons and Eagles playing groups have nominated the three players they believe are their most valuable.
MVP: Jake Carlisle, Dylan Roberton, Sebastian Ross
Most Courageous: Jarryn Geary
Best First Year: Rowan Marshall
Captain: Jarryn Geary
MVP: Marcus Bontempelli, Luke Dahlhaus, Jackson Macrae
Most Courageous: Dale Morris
Best First Year: Lewis Young
Captain: Robert Murphy
MVP: Michael Hibberd, Clayton Oliver, Neville Jetta
Most Courageous: Jack Viney
Best First Year: Mitch Hannan
Captain: Jack Viney, Nathan Jones
MVP: Josh Kennedy, Jeremy McGovern, Elliot Yeo
Most Courageous: Jeremy McGovern
Best First Year: Francis Watson
Captain: Shannon Hurn