Nina Morrison and Millie Brown have picked up votes for their individual performances in Geelong’s round two loss to Brisbane on Sunday.

In just her second game back from an ACL setback, Morrison built on her opening round performance with another four-quarter effort on ball for the Cats.

The skilful 19-year-old finished the game with 18 touches and four tackles.

Her rookie teammate Millie Brown produced an identical stat line and received two votes for her efforts.

The father-daughter Cat was a standout in Geelong’s backline, improving on her eight-disposal debut with a composed performance down back.

The AFL Coaches Association AFLW Champion Player of the Year is an award voted by the AFLW senior coaches on a 5,4,3,2,1 basis after each home and away game, acknowledging outstanding effort to an individual player in a season.

Round Two AFLCA Votes

10 - Emily Bates (BL)
8 - Sophie Conway (BL)
6 - Jesse Tawhiao-Wardlaw (BL)
3 - Nina Morrison (GEEL)
2 - Millie Brown (GEEL)
1 - Catherine Svarc (BL)

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