MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 05: Jay Lockhart of the Demons celebrates a goal during the 2019 AFL round 03 match between the Melbourne Demons and the Essendon Bombers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on April 05, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos)

5 Votes: Jay Lockhart

Melbourne had a lot of big contributors in their upset victory over Fremantle last Saturday, and Jay Lockhart was no exception.

Lockhart was hugely influential for the Demons, gathering 21 disposals and generating five score involvements in the 14-point victory over the Dockers.

The 23-year-old now has 11 votes, the most of any Melbourne player this season.

4 Votes: Connor Rozee

The youngster provided a touch of class in a low-scoring bout against the Cats, kicking two goals in the Power’s 11-point win.

On top of that, Rozee picked up 16 possessions and had five score involvements, sending another reminder of the future that the 19-year-old has in store.

He could prove to be a pivotal Power figure in the second half of the year as the club strive for a finals place.

3 Votes: Nick Hind

He’s had to wait a fair few years for his chance in the AFL industry – and judging by his first couple of performances, there’s a good chance that Nick Hind repays the Saints in spades.

On what was a grim day for Alan Richardson’s men, Hind provided a glimmer of consolation for the Saints.

The 24-year-old managed to kick three goals and provide eight score involvements in an admirable performance, further justifying St Kilda’s decision to recruit him from Essendon’s VFL team.

2 Votes: Xavier Duursma

Like Rozee, Duursma has been a regular feature in the votes this season and this week is no exception.

Duursma put in a solid display against Geelong, recording 20 possessions (with eight contested), as well as five marks to provide the Cats with more than a few headaches on the night.

It is the 18-year-old’s seventh 20+ disposal game of the season.

1 Vote: Jarrod Cameron

One of the feel-good stories of the week, Jarrod Cameron put in an impressive effort for his debut game.

Brother of Charlie, the 19-year-old was dynamic against the Bombers last Thursday night.

While only picking up the seven disposals, it was Cameron’s pressure that was immense. The youngster produced seven tackles to go with his six score involvements.

And of course, he notched up a couple of goals as well, with his first goal in league footy sure to be a lasting memory.

Season Leaderboard:

33 – Sam Walsh (CARL)

24 – Sydney Stack (RICH)

17 – Gryan Miers (GEEL)

17 – Connor Rozee (PORT)

12 – Xavier Duursma (PORT)

12 – Bailey Smith (WBD)

11 – Jay Lockhart (MELB)

10 – Charlie Constable (GEEL)

9 – Tarryn Thomas (NM)

8 – Jack Ross (RICH)

7 – Marty Hore (MELB)

7 – Michael Gibbons (CARL)

5 – Callum Wilkie (StK)

4 – Bailey Scott (NM)

4 – Jordan Clark (GEEL)

4 – Jackson Hately (GWS)

4 – Zak Butters (PORT)

3 – Tom Atkins (GEEL)

3 – Nick Hind (StK)

2 – Oskar Baker (MELB)

2 – Darcy Fort (GEEL)

2 – Nick Blakey (SYD)

2 – Lachlan Schultz (FREM)

2 – William Drew (PORT)

2 – Matthew Parker (StK)

1 – Josh Rotham (WC)

1 – Will Hayes (WBD)

1 – Patrick Naish (RICH)

1 – Jarrod Cameron (WCE)