ANGUS Brayshaw was Melbourne’s best according to the coaches in Round 4, polling seven AFLCA votes in his side’s three-point loss to Geelong.
The 24-year-old finished with 15 disposals and five tackles against the Cats, while he also managed to kick two of his side’s six goals.
Brayshaw was joined by Jack Viney in those recognised, with the fellow midfielder receiving three votes for his 21-disposal effort.
Geelong’s Cameron Guthrie was judged best afield with a perfect 10 votes, while Brandan Parfitt (four votes), Patrick Dangerfield (three votes), Joel Selwood (two votes) and Mark Blicavs (one vote) rounded out the top performers.
Votes: Melbourne v Geelong
10 – Cameron Guthrie (GEEL)
7 – Angus Brayshaw (MELB)
4 – Brandan Parfitt (GEEL)
3 – Patrick Dangerfield (GEEL)
3 – Jack Viney (MELB)
2 – Joel Selwood (GEEL)
1 – Mark Blicavs (GEEL)