With round 14 now behind us we want you to let us know who you thought were the best performers across the round of football.
The on-ball brigade stood tall in round 14, with a star recruit and a milestone man playing big games for their clubs.
Beau Sharman (North Launceston)
An performance described by coach Taylor Whitford as his “best” at the club, former Devonport player Beau Sharman led from the front in Saturday’s win over Lauderdale.
Sharman was dominant through the middle of the ground, teaming up with Whitford to generate repeated forays into attack.
A smart decision maker, Sharman hardly missed a target all day, while also drifting forward to register two majors and apply scoreboard pressure.
A co-captain at Devonport last season, Sharman has found his feet in the red and black in recent weeks and adds yet another string to an already loaded North Launceston bow.
Mitch Rainbird (Glenorchy)
Mitch Rainbird ensured his 100th senior game as a Magpie was one to remember, playing a strong game through the midfield to steer his side to a big win over the Blues.
Rainbird used his strength and speed to break away from the middle on many an occasion to break the lines and put the Launceston defence under immense pressure.
Drifting forward to snag two goals, Rainbird underlined his key strengths in the display as he once again proved why he is such a valuable asset to this team.