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Round 21: AFLCA votes

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 11: Luke Shuey of the Eagles handpasses the ball in a tackle during the 2019 AFL round 21 match between the West Coast Eagles and the Adelaide Crows at Optus Stadium on August 11, 2019 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Carson/AFL Photos)
Luke Shuey collected 18 contested possessions against the Crows

Star West Coast Eagles midfielder Luke Shuey is still in the hunt to claim the 2019 AFL Coaches Association Champion Player of the Year Award after collecting a game-high nine votes at Optus Stadium on Sunday.

Senior coaches Adam Simpson and Don Pyke adjudged Shuey best on ground for his stirring performance headlined by 29 disposals, 18 contested possessions, 10 clearances, six marks, five tackles and five inside 50s.

Thinks would have to fall Shuey’s way given he is 17 votes behind leader Marcus Bontempelli, but he is one of six players in the running to claim the AFLCA title.

Elliot Yeo and Jack Darling were the only other Eagles to register votes on Sunday. They both received five votes from the senior coaches.

Yeo won his votes on the back of a gutsy display that boasted 26 disposals, 16 contested possessions, six one percenters, five tackles and five inside 50s.

Darling pocketed his votes after collecting 16 disposals, laying an equal team-high seven tackles and bagging three goals against the Crows.

9 Luke Shuey (WCE)
8 Matt Crouch (ADEL)
5 Elliot Yeo (WCE)
5 Jack Darling (WCE)
3 Darcy Fogarty (ADEL)

93 Marcus Bontempelli 
86 Tim Kelly      
83 Nat Fyfe   
78 Patrick Cripps
76 Luke Shuey
73 Lachie Neale
72 Patrick Dangerfield   
68 Brodie Grundy 
67 Travis Boak
65 Ben Cunnington 
64 Jack Macrae
62 Josh Dunkley
62 Elliot Yeo
60 Max Gawn
60 Dion Prestia 
58 Dayne Zorko 
57 Dustin Martin 
53 Scott Pendlebury
52 Charlie Cameron
51 Brad Crouch