Douglas, Smith vie for player of the year

THE most damaging ruckman in the league has underlined his worth in the The Advocate-Boag’s Dowling McCarthy Tyres player of the year award.

Wynyard’s Sam Douglas works his way through a muddy field during a 2013 game against Ulverstone.

After a best-on-ground effort in his club’s comprehensive win over Penguin on Saturday, imposing Wynyard big man Sam Douglas finds himself in a share of the top spot with a teammate he feeds with his tapwork on a regular basis, skipper Zac Smith.

Penguin’s Jack Templeton tackles Wynyard’s Zac Smith as he attempts to get the ball away from the pack during the Blues and Cats NTFL clash in April this year.

Douglas dominated the aerial battles against the Two Blues and is rapidly returning to the form that gained him a Baldock Medal two years ago.

Fellow Cat Bryce Haneveer polled two votes in the 132-point victory, his eighth vote in the last three rounds.

Latrobe duo Zac Weeks (three votes) and Callan Mann (two) are two Demons that continue to fly under the radar in a star-studded engine room.

They’re both having breakout seasons, which was highlighted at the weekend against cellar- dwellers East Devonport.

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