The fans have spoken and Sam Powell-Pepper has been voted the Fans MG MVP for Round 13.
Powell-Pepper stood out in Sir Doug Nicholls Round with his trademark aggression and pressure around the ball.
The 22-year old collected 21 disposals - 11 of those contested - 21 pressure acts, seven tackles and three clearances.
He also was handy in the forward half with six score involvements.
Coming in a close second in the voting was the man on top of the Fans MG MVP Leaderboard, Travis Boak.
Boak had another outstanding performance on Saturday afternoon, particularly standing up in the final quarter when the game was up for grabs.
The 32-year old led from the middle, collecting a game-high 34 disposals – 16 of them contested – along with six tackles and a game-high nine clearances.
The occasion was even more special for Boak, who achieved AFL Life Membership on Saturday.
Congratulations to @travisboak10 on achieving @AFL Life Membership over the weekend.— Port Adelaide FC (@PAFC) August 24, 2020
An incredible servant and beloved figure of the Port Adelaide Football Club. Well deserved, Boaky ????#weareportadelaide pic.twitter.com/gcQpdw6NnJ
Livewire Zak Butters came in third in the fan vote, impressing fans with his efforts against the Hawks.
Butters kicked two goals for the afternoon, including the crucial final goal of the game to seal the win for the Power.
With the help of some handy ruck work from Scott Lycett, Butters burst through the pack at full pace, running into the goal square to kick his second major.
Butters also finished the game with 14 disposals and seven score involvements.
Coming in fourth place was milestone man, Tom Rockliff.
In his 200th AFL game Rockliff shone, collecting 28 disposals, three clearances and six tackles.
Rounding out this week’s voting was Karl Amon (5th), Scott Lycett (6th), Tom Jonas (7th) and Ollie Wines (8th).
This week the Power hosts Sydney at Adelaide Oval on Saturday afternoon.
Round 13 MG MVP Votes:
- Sam Powell-Pepper (8 points)
- Travis Boak (7 points)
- Zak Butters (6 points)
- Tom Rockliff (5 points)
- Karl Amon (4 points)
- Scott Lycett (3 points)
- Tom Jonas (2 points)
- Ollie Wines (1 point)