PORT ADELAIDE forward Charlie Dixon has been nominated for the Round 17 Rebel Mark of the Year.
Dixon was nominated for his outrageous one-handed effort in the first quarter of the 50-point win over Essendon at Adelaide Oval on Saturday.
The 29-year-old held off one opponent with his left hand and out-marked another, leaning back and plucking the ball out of the air with his right hand when it appeared to be sailing past him.
He went back and snapped the ball around his body for his first major of the night.
It is Dixon’s second nomination for Mark of the Year with his one-handed controlled effort against the Western Bulldogs in Round 10 finishing runner up to Gold Coast’s Izak Rankine.
No Port Adelaide player has yet won the weekly nomination with Dixon’s teammates Xavier Duursma and Steven Motlop also finishing runners up in previous weeks.
The other Round 17 nominees for Mark of the Year are Richmond’s Dylan Drimes and Fremantle’s Michael Walters.
To cast your vote and be in the running for a $10,000 cash prize, go to markoftheyear.afl or click below.