YOUNG Demon Luke Jackson has polled two votes in the AFLCA Champion Player of the Year Award after his strong performance in Round 13.

Jackson was impressive for Melbourne on Monday afternoon, despite the side’s 17-point loss to Collingwood at the SCG.

The 19-year-old recorded 21 disposals, his second highest number of disposals in his career so far, while also registering two goals.  

Christian Petracca received two votes for his efforts, collecting 27 disposals, 12 of which were contested, alongside one goal.

Petracca’s votes push him to a total of 42, sitting in 14th place on the overall AFLCA leaderboard.  

Collingwood’s Jordan De Goey, Scott Pendlebury and Brayden Maynard rounded out the votes for Monday’s game, polling eight a piece.

Clayton Oliver (68 votes) remains at the top of the leaderboard, eight votes ahead of Marcus Bontempelli who sits in second, while Melbourne ruckman Max Gawn is currently in seventh place (49 votes).


8 – Jordan De Goey

8 – Scott Pendlebury

8 – Brayden Maynard

2 – Luke Jackson

2 – Darcy Cameron

2 – Christian Petracca


68 – Clayton Oliver (MELB)

60 – Marcus Bontempelli (WB)

55 – Darcy Parish (ESS)

51 – Touk Miller (GCFC)

50 – Hugh McCluggage (BL)

50 – Ollie Wines (PORT)

49 – Max Gawn (MELB)

48 – Zach Merrett (ESS)

48 – Samuel Walsh (CARL)

44 – David Mundy (FRE)