Another three-vote match for North Launceston's Jay Foon has seen him solidify his spot on top the TSL player of the year ladder.
The Bombers baller booted three goals in his side's 35-point win against Lauderdale on the weekend.
North's Michael Stingel, who scored two majors of his own, nabbed two votes from the match.
The final vote was awarded to Lauderdale's Phillip Bellchambers, who kicked two goals.
The North dominates the player of the year table, with seven of nine top spots filled by either Bombers or Blues.
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT:
Foon and Stingel are joined by their player-coach Brad Cox-Goodyear on the leader board with six votes.
Following Foon's 16 votes is Launceston star Jake Hinds with 12 votes.
Hinds maintains second-place in spite of missing his side's 142-39 trouncing of North Hobart at Windsor Park.
Teammates Alec Wright, Dylan Riley and Jay Blackberry instead received three, two and one votes respectively from the game.
Wright notched three goals in the Blue's victory, Blackberry kicked one and Riley booted a superb eight goals against the Demons.
Glenorchy v Tigers
- William Campbell (Tigers)
- Max Collidge (Tigers)
- Riley Oakley (Glenorchy)
Lauderdale v North Launceston
- Jay Foon (North Launceston)
- Michael Stingel (North Launceston)
- Phillip Bellchambers (Lauderdale)
Launceston v North Hobart
- Alec Wright (Launceston)
- Dylan Riley (Launceston)
- Jay Blackberry (Launceston)
16 votes: Jay Foon (North Launceston)
12: Jake Hinds (Launceston)
11: Jay Blackberry (Launceston)
9: Dylan Riley (Launceston)
6: Brad Cox-Goodyear (North Launceston), Michael Stingel (North Launceston), Alec Wright (Launceston)
5: Baxter Norton (Clarence), Oliver Davis (Clarence)
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