The AFL have announced the three nominees for both the Mark of the Year and Goal of the Year awards.
Collingwood high-flyer Jeremy Howe has earned himself a nomination for Mark of the Year once again, with his effort against Melbourne on Queen’s Birthday one of three grabs featured.
Howe won the Mark of the Year award back in 2012, while Betts (2015, 2016) and Franklin (2010, 2013) have both won the Goal of the Year crown twice.
The winners will be announced as part of the Brownlow Medal ceremony.
Mark of the Year nominees
Brodie Grundy (Collingwood) Round 14 v Port Adelaide
— AFL (@AFL) June 24, 2017
Joe Daniher (Essendon) – Round 17 v St Kilda
— AFL (@AFL) July 14, 2017
Jeremy Howe (Collingwood) Round 12 v Melbourne
— AFL (@AFL) June 13, 2017
Goal of the Year nominees
Daniel Rioli (Richmond) – Round 3 v West Coast
— AFL (@AFL) April 8, 2017
Eddie Betts (Adelaide) – Round 9 v Brisbane
Level of difficulty: 12/10
— AFL (@AFL) May 20, 2017
Lance Franklin (Sydney) – Round 22 v Adelaide
— AFL (@AFL) August 18, 2017