|Danielle Calautti||Kew FC||2||27||3||3|
|Leah Caluzzi||Melbourne Uni||0||21||12||5|
|Toni Hamilton||Caulfield Gr.||2||13||4||3|
Danielle Calautti (Kew)
The diminutive midfielder has been having an outstanding season for her team and it was no different last weekend when she managed to kick two goals and rack up game-high 27 disposals which not only sealed Kew spot in the finals but also kept their top two chances alive.
Erin Gogerly (Fitzroy-ACU)
Erin has been one of the standout players in the competition as she leads the stats in disposals and marks. In a vital game for her team, she played a key role in leading the Roy Girls to a win against SKOB which kept their slim chances alive going into the last three rounds.
Leah Caluzzi (MUWFC)
Leah made her season debut against Caulfield in Round 7 when she dominated the game and helped her side to win. She again proved the tormentor for Caulfield in a tight game by racking up 21 disposals to go along with 5 tackles. Her 12 marks is a record for the most number of marks taken in a game.
Laura Robertson (Marcellin)
Laura has been one of the consistent performers for the Sheagles this season. She booted an early goal and came out all guns blazing in the second half where she managed to rack up nearly two-thirds of her 24 disposals and lay 17 tackles which is the new season record for most tackles in a game, overtaking the record set by Lauren Munday of Melbourne Uni who had managed 13 tackles in her debut game in Round 9.
Toni Hamilton (Caulfield Grammarians)
Toni, after playing in the Rounds 2 and 3, did not feature for Caulfield due to her VFL commitments until she played in Round 11. She made an instant impact on the team with two goals, 13 disposals, four marks and three tackles.