Fyfe has enjoyed a career-best season, averaging a career-high 29 disposals per game in 2015.
Dominating the first-half of the season, Fyfe was an overwhelming favourite for the Brownlow Medal before missing rounds 18 and 19 due to a groin injury.
The 23 year-old midfielder’s most prolific game came against Adelaide in round 9, where he gathered 40 disposals, 26 contested, laid six tackles and kicked a goal.
Continuing his rise toward becoming an elite player, Hill is in career-best form for the Dockers in 2015.
The 25-year-old speedster has become one of the most damaging outside players in the League, and is always dangerous with space between him and the goals. Hill has averaged 24 disposals a game throughout the year, with a 30-disposal and three-goal effort against the Eagles in Round 3 the standout.
The veteran midfielder has shown no signs of slowing down in 2015, breaking his personal record in disposals and tackles per game, averaging 26 disposals and seven clearances across the year.
Consistency has been a hallmark of his season, playing every home and away game, and registering less than 20 disposals on only one occasion in what has been a career-best season.
His match-winning goal in the dying seconds against Richmond in Round 17 was one of the highlights of Fremantle’s season.
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