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Coleman Medal 2021 Odds
Carlton’s Harry McKay has been awarded the 2021 AFL Coleman Medal at the conclusion of the home and away season.
McKay was the favourite throughout the season to take out the Coleman Medal, he kicked 58 goals from his 19 matches. He has been a talisman up front for the Blues in a disappointing season, which is something that has been missing in recent years. It is the first time a Carlton player has kicked more than 40 goals in a season since 2013.
He joins are short list of coveted Carlton Coleman medal winners. Joining Mick Grace (1906), Ern Cowley (1918), Horrie Clover (1922), Harry Vallence (1931), Tom Carroll (1961) and Brendan Fevola (2006 & 2009).
Last season’s Coleman medallist, Tom Hawkins finished the season off strong in second place, with 54 goals in 22 games. Whilst fellow forward and new signing Jeremy Cameron battled the season with injuries and finished with 34 goals in 12 games.
Early front-runner Taylor Walker kicked 48 goals for the 2021 season. He looks like he’s returned to his best form after a few disappointing seasons, but an off-field incident has ruined his season. Whilst, Bulldog’s forward Josh Bruce kicked 48 goals this season, but suffered an ACL injury against Essendon in Round 21.
Richmond’s Jack Riewoldt finished with three against the Hawks to make his tally 51 goals this season. The 32-year-old kicked six in his 300th match against the Lions, and rounds out the top three goalkickers from this season.
Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin finished the home and away season on 992 career goals, and will look to hit that 1,000 mark during the upcoming finals series. Charlie Cameron and Bayley Fritsch kicked the most goals as far as small forwards go, they finished the season with 47 goals each.
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