Unbeaten Launceston's domination of the State League is reflected in the player of the year standings.
Jay Blackberry's best-on-ground performance in the 148-point demolition of Glenorchy has him on top with seven votes while Jake Hinds is second on six.
Dylan Riley's two votes from Saturday move him to joint third in the standings as opposed to the goal-kicking statistics which he is dominating.
A healthy total of 19 goals in two games have Riley sitting on 26 in total, a massive 16 ahead of second-placed Oliver Preshaw, of Clarence.
Such has been the Windsor Park club's goal glut this season that Blues also sit in fifth, sixth, 10th and 12th with Arie Schoenmaker also leading the way in the Development League.
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