Werribee’s Tom Gribble, Glenelg’s Luke Partington and Darebin Falcon’s Lauren Pearce have all taken out state league best and fairests on Monday night.
Gribble took home the J.J Liston Trophy for the VFL’s best and fairest player with 25 votes, eight ahead of second-placed Footscray and AFL listed on-baller Rhylee West.
Partington, a former West Coast Eagles rookie, took home the Margarey medal with 26 votes ahead of Adelaide listed on-baller Patrick Wilson, with best on ground efforts in seven games.
Darebin Falcons and Melbourne-listed ruck Lauren Pearce was dubbed the VFLW’s best and fairest edging out Richmond midfielder and former AFLW rising star Monique Conti, making the 26-year-old the third Falcon in four years to take home the league’s top honour.
VFL Top 3
1st. Tom Gribble (Werribee, 25 Votes)
2nd. Rhylee West (Footscray, 17 Votes)
3rd. Tom Campbell (North Melbourne, 15 Votes)
SANFL Top 3
1st. Luke Partington (Glenelg, 26 Votes)
2nd. Patrick Wilson (Adelaide, 21 Votes)
3rd. Lewis Johnston (Norwood, 17 Votes)
VFLW Top 3
1st. Lauren Pearce (Darebin, 18 Votes)
2nd. Monique Conti (Richmond, 16 Votes)
3rd. Cecilia McIntosh (Essendon, 14 Votes)