PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MAY 17: Liam Ryan of the Eagles marks the ball over Max Gawn of the Demons during the round nine AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Melbourne Demons at Optus Stadium on May 17, 2019 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Photos/Getty Images)

Here are the top 10 marks of the 2019 season, as selected by the Zero Hanger team!

10. Hugh Greenwood – (Round 8 v Port Adelaide)

Greenwood’s fourth quarter mark in the Showdown earlier this year earns him a spot in the top 10 in the best marks of 2019.

9. Isaac Heeney – (Round 1 v Western Bulldogs)

It isn’t as good as his mark vs Melbourne that won him 2018 mark of the year though you can’t keep Heeney out of this list with his unbelievable mark on Easton Wood earning him ninth spot.

8. Cale Hooker – (Round 6 v Collingwood)

Courageous is the word that comes to mind when you watch Hooker’s mark on ANZAC Day. The time of the game, the scores, all add to the significance of the mark. Could argue this should be higher on the list.

7. Jeremy Howe – (Round 18 v GWS)

Guess he has to feature in the top 10 as he takes a speccy it seems every second week. His career highlights will be one of the best ever.

6. Lincoln McCarthy – (Round 3 v Port Adelaide)

McCarthy features twice in the top 10 in what has been a fantastic year for him after being traded from Geelong at the end of last season. Will have a big role to play in the upcoming finals series for the Lions.

5. Tom Stewart – (Round 9 v Western Bulldogs) 

The grin says it all…

4. Hayden Crozier – (Round 4 v Collingwood)

In his second year at the kennel, Crozier has excelled down back and taken unbelievable marks when his team needed them most. His round four mark over Collingwood’s Jamie Elliott was insane. Take a look below.

3. Oscar Allen – (Round 15 v Hawthorn)

Allen’s courageous mark in the fourth quarter against the Hawks will be something Adam Simpson looks back on at the end of the season and says, “we’ve got our guy.” In a closely fought game, Allen stood up when it mattered most and put his body in harms way to help the Eagles beat the Hawks by a kick.

2. Lincoln McCarthy – (Round 22 v Geelong)

Less than two minutes to go and his team down by four points McCarthy took (in our eyes) the second best mark of the year. If the Lions lose this game then they probably aren’t in the top two and don’t host a home final in two weeks’ time. Extraordinary mark.

1. Liam Ryan – (Round 9 v Melbourne)

Sorry Maxy, though this will be on highlight reels for years to come. Eagle Liam ‘Flyin’ Ryan has the knack to take contested marks wherever he is on the field. The air time in this mark is ridiculous and is rightly judged number one for the best mark of the year.