PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA - MAY 05: Jack Darling of the Eagles celebrates after scoring a goal during the round seven AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Port Adelaide Power at Optus Stadium on May 5, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images)

The AFL Players Association has announced the six nominees for the Most Valuable Player of the Month award for May.

West Coast have two players nominated for this month’s award, and from there current players will vote on who they believe is the MVP of the month, so the Eagles are well-represented.

The six names put forward for the 2018 Player of the Month award for May are:

(Averages are based off the month of May only)

Jack Darling (WC)
Games: 4 (4-0)
Disposals (avg): 18.3
Contested possessions (avg): 11.5
Tackles (avg): 3.8
Handballs (avg): 5.3

Nathan Fyfe (FRE)
Games: 4 (1-3)
Disposals (avg): 32
Contested possessions (avg): 22
Tackles (avg): 5
Handballs (avg): 18.8
Clearances (avg): 8.8

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Max Gawn (MEL)
Games: 4 (4-0)
Disposals (avg): 15.5
Contested possessions (avg): 8.8
Tackles (avg): 2
Handballs (avg): 9.8
Hitouts (avg): 42

Jack Macrae (WB)
Games: 4 (2-2)
Disposals (avg): 38.3
Contested possessions (avg): 18.8
Tackles (avg): 8.3
Handballs (avg): 22.3
Clearances (avg): 8.3

Brodie Grundy (COLL)
Games: 4 (3-1)
Disposals (avg): 22.7
Contested possessions (avg): 13.8
Tackles (avg): 5.8
Handballs (avg): 12.3
Hitouts (avg): 40.3

Andrew Gaff (WC)
Games: 4 (4-0)
Disposals (avg): 29
Contested possessions (avg): 8.8
Tackles (avg): 3
Handballs (avg): 15
Clearances (avg): 4