North Launceston captain Brad Cox-Goodyer has emerged as the winner of the prestigious TSL player-of-the-year award for the 2019 season.
Cox-Goodyer capped off a sensational home-and-away season with another strong performance in his side's 51-point win over Glenorchy on Saturday.
The two votes in the final round had the four-time premiership player take the award ahead of injured Launceston midfielder Fletcher Seymour.
The top Bomber finished on 21 votes, one ahead of Seymour, who had led the competition for much of the latter part of the season.
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT
North Launceston teammate Josh Ponting finished the year in third on 16 votes, ahead of Lauderdale ruckman Haydn Smith on 14 and star midfielders Sam Darley (North Hobart) and Bryce Walsh (Lauderdale) on 12.
Cox-Goodyer polled in 10 matches this season, including three best afield performances in a year that also saw the golden boot score 45 goals to finish second in the race for the Hudson Medal.
The individual honour is another addition to one of Tasmanian football's most decorated resumes.
Cox-Goodyer won the 2017 Alastair Lynch Medal and is a two-time Darrel Baldock Medalist as the best player in the 2017 and 2018 TSL grand finals.
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