MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 27: Patrick Cripps of the Blues in action during the 2019 AFL round 19 match between the Carlton Blues and the Adelaide Crows at Melbourne Cricket Ground on July 27, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Terry Wallace has revealed his end of season player awards on SEN Afternoons on Tuesday, after casting votes for his three categories each week throughout the 2019 season.

Wallace’s categories were; Best player under 50 games, Best recruit of 2019 and Best player of the season, and he was using a 5-4-3-2-1 system across each weekend.

Now that the season is over, Wallace has revealed the top places for each category.

Carlton’s Patrick Cripps was voted as Wallace’s player of the season, finishing with 20 votes, two ahead of Geelong’s Patrick Dangerfield.

Cat Tim Kelly was the clear winner of the best player under 50 games away, finishing 10 votes ahead of Hawk James Worpel.

Finally, Brisbane duo Lachie Neale and Jarryd Lyons led the way on the leaderboard for best recruit of 2019, with Neale finishing 20 votes ahead of his teammate.

Player of the season leaderboard

  1. Patrick Cripps – 20
  2. Patrick Dangerfield – 18
  3. Lachie Neale – 16
  4. Josh Dunkley – 15
  5. Jeremy Cameron – 13

Best player under 50 games leaderboard

  1. Tim Kelly – 35
  2. James Worpel – 25
  3. Brody Mihocek – 19
  4. Connor Rozee – 17
  5. Aaron Naughton – 14

Best recruit of 2019 leaderboard

  1. Lachie Neale – 53
  2. Jarryd Lyons – 33
  3. Dylan Shiel – 30
  4. Tom Lynch – 26
  5. Jared Polec – 21
  6. Scott Lycett – 21