It’s time to make your vote for the Round Two Charles Rose Fan MVP, after our Cats returned home to GMHBA Stadium to take on the Lions. 

Our Round One Fan MVP was Olivia Purcell.

This week Cats fans can pick from Liv Purcell, Millie Brown, Nina Morrison, Becky Webster and Amy McDonald.

Casting your vote at the bottom of the page gives you a chance to win tickets to this year’s AFLW Best and Fairest night, thanks to Charles Rose.

Millie Brown (18 Disposals, Four Tackles, Three Marks) 

The father-daughter Cat consolidated on the bright start to her young career, improving on her eight-touch debut effort to lead the Cats in disposals.

Nina Morrison (18 Disposals, Four Tackles, 74 Fantasy Points)

Morrison shared the Cats’ top disposal honours with Brown as she continues to improve as she returns from an ACL tear in Round One of last year. The hard-running Cat spent time in at the centre bounces as she played a genuine midfield role.

Olivia Purcell (16 Disposals, Two Goals, Three Marks)

Purcell was electric again, snapping two classy goals from nothing to headline the Cats’ scoring efforts. The 19-year-old midfielder is quickly becoming one of the Cats’ most important players after finishing third in last year’s Rising Star award.

Rebecca Webster (13 Disposals, 11 Kicks, Six Marks)

Webster was prolific early, showing off a killer step in traffic as the Cats’ young midfield brigade continued to impress. With Morrison, Webster and Purcell all impressing, it was a positive sign for Geelong’s bright AFLW future.

Amy McDonald (14 Disposals, Eight Handballs, Four Tackles)

McDonald was cool under pressure, twice evading tackles deep in defence and sending the ball back in the other direction. It was a strong performance in game two for the young Cat.