TODD Marshall has been voted by the fans as Port Adelaide’s best on ground for the second consecutive week.

Marshall was influential in the Power’s strong win, finding plenty of the ball in the forward 50 to create four goals for himself and an additional three scoring involvements.

The talented tall extends his lead as Port Adelaide’s leading goalkicker on the year (27) and closes in on second place on the MG MVP Leaderboard.

This is the third time Marshall has received the maximum five votes, with the fans recognising and appreciating his efforts in what is becoming a career-best year for the young forward.

Todd Marshall proved to be a dangerous forward threat from the get go, kicking off his scoring in the first quarter and not looking back. Image: AFL Photos.

Coming in a close second place was dynamic midfielder/forward Connor Rozee, who put on one of his best performances of the season.

Rozee’s 29 disposals and seven score involvements were topped off with a classy right-foot snap in the first quarter.

He also sent the ball in the inside 50 a total of eight times, equalling a career-high and providing plenty of opportunity for his side’s tall timber.

Rounding out the votes this week were midfield bull Ollie Wines (3rd), debutant Brynn Teakle (4th) and lockdown defender Aliir Aliir (5th).

Port Adelaide will now turn its attention to an important game against the Suns at Adelaide Oval on Sunday afternoon.