North Launceston's 2018 Alastair Lynch Medallist Josh Ponting celebrated his 100th game in style as he picked up three votes in the State League player of the year competition.
Following the Tasmanian tradition of a Ponting 100, the award-winning midfielder was typically classy in the Northern Bombers' dominant performance that resulted in an 87-point win over Glenorchy after a slight slip-up against Lauderdale the week before.
Ponting was joined in the votes by both his coach and captain in prolific duo Taylor Whitford and Brad Cox-Goodyer as Whitford kicked three and Cox-Goodyer five, to retain his spot atop of the leaderboard.
Hard-nosed Launceston brute Fletcher Seymour proved he only deals in three-vote performances as he picked up his fourth best on-ground accolade for the season to register his 12th vote.
Climbing to second place on the leaderboard, the on-baller was overlooked for selection in the Tasmanian under-25 side in June but is now showing the competition his skills as the Blues joined the Bombers in clean-sweeping their opponents in their 43-point victory over the Tigers.
New team-mate Dylan Riley and captain Jay Blackberry picked up the minor placings with the former Meander Valley Sun picking up three goals, including one shirtless snap.
Blackberry kicked four as his comeback from a ruptured ACL continues to build up steam as a member of Launceston's flexible and functioning forward line.
North Hobart shrugged the monkey off their back on Saturday to pick up their first win of the season in a commanding 55-point victory over Clarence and it was their former AFL players that led the way.
Melbourne's Colin Garland kicked eight majors to claim the three votes ahead of 20-game GWS Giant and Western Bulldog Sam Darley and midfielder Nathan McCulloch.
Round 14 votes
North Launceston v Glenorchy
3- Josh Ponting (NL)
2- Taylor Whitford (NL)
1- Brad Cox-Goodyer (NL)
North Hobart v Clarence
3- Colin Garland (NH)
2- Sam Darley (NH)
1- Nathan McCulloch (NH)
Tigers FC v Launceston
3- Fletcher Seymour (L'ton)
2- Dylan Riley (L'ton)
1- Jay Blackberry (L'ton)
14 votes - Brad Cox-Goodyer
12 - Fletcher Seymour
11 - Haydn Smith
10 - Sam Siggins, Taylor Whitford
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