Lap 5 AFL Coaches’ Voice: Collingwood superstar Nick Daicos leaps ahead, Jeremy Cameron in second place

Collingwood superstar Nick Daicos garnered another 10 votes to stand out at the AFL Coaches’ Association Champion Player of the Year Awards.

The 20-year-old made a career-high 42 disposals in the Magpies’ win against St Kilda to secure maximum votes and extend his lead at the top to nine votes from Jeremy Cameron.

Caleb Serong, Tom Papley, Lachie Neale and Zak Butters were others who picked up 10. Check out all the votes from Round 5 below.

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Adelaide versus Carlton

9 Rory Laird (ADEL)

9 Jordan Dawson (ADEL)

6 Darcy Fogarty (ADEL)

2 Taylor Walker (ADEL)

2 Chayce Jones (ADEL)

2 Tom Doedee (ADEL)

Jordan Dawson and Darcy Fogarty have dominated for Adelaide. Credit: Getty

Fremantle vs. Gold Coast

10 Kaleb Serong (FRE)

6 Sean Darcy (FRE)

6 Jack Lucasius (GCFC)

4 Lachie Schultz (FRE)

3Michael Walters (FRE)

1 Noah Anderson (GCFC)

Sydney vs Richmond

10 Tom Papley (SYD)

8 Nick Blakey (SYD)

5 Isaac Heeney (SYD)

5 Chad Warner (SYD)

2 Liam Baker (RICH)

North Melbourne vs Brisbane

10 Lachie Neale (BL)

8 Joe Daniher (BL)

6 Eric Hipwood (BL)

3 Dayne Zorko (BL)

3 Josh Dunkley (BL)

Joe Daniher scores the goal against North Melbourne in Adelaide Hills. Credit: James Elsby/AFL Photos/AFL photos via Getty Images

Essendon vs. Melbourne

8 Zach Merrett (ESS)

8 Sam Draper (ESS)

4 Andrew McGrath (ESS)

4 Darcy Parish (ESS)

2 Kyle Langford (ESS)

2Samuel Durham (ESS)

1 Christian Petracca (MELB)

1 Dylan Shiel (ESS)

Port Adelaide vs. Western Bulldogs

10 zak butter (PORT)

8 Cody Weightman (WB)

4 Dan Houston (PORT)

3 Aliir Aliir (PORT)

2 Todd Marshall (PORT)

2 Tim English (WB)

1 Liam Jones (WB)

Todd Marshall celebrates a goal against the Western Bulldogs. Credit: Getty Images

Geelong against west coast

9 Patrick Dangerfield (GEEL)

6Max Holmes (GEEL)

5Jeremy Cameron (GEEL)

4 Esava Ratugolea (GEEL)

3 Mark Blicavs (GEEL)

2 Tom Hawkins (GEEL)

1 Jake Waterman (WM)

Hawthorn vs GWS Giants

9 Sam Taylor (GWS)

7 Toby Greene (GWS)

7 Jai Newcombe (HAW)

3Jack Buckley (GWS)

2 James Worpel (HAW)

1Ned Reeves (HAW)

1 Stephen Coniglio (GWS)

St Kilda v Collingwood

10 Nick Daicos (COLL)

8 Darcy Moore (COLL)

6 Callum Wilkie (STK)

3 Josh Daicos (COLL)

2 Rowan Marshall (STK)

1 Brad Crouch (STK)

Tom Mitchell and Nick Daicos celebrate Collingwood’s win over St Kilda in Round 5. Credit: Getty Images


35 Nick Daico’s COLL

26 Jeremy Cameron GEEL

24 Chad Warner SYD

24 Callum WilkieSTK

23 Marcus Bontempelli WB

22 Tim Kelly WCE

22 Christian Petracca MELB

21 Luke Davies-Uniacke NMFC

21 Jordan Dawson ADEL

20 Jordan De Goey COLL

20 Zach Merrett ESS

20 Clayton Oliver MELB

20 Caleb Serong FRE

19 Toby GreeneGWS

19 Darcy Ward ESS

18 Charlie Curnow CARL

18 Jack SinclairSTK

17 Mason Redman ESS

16 masonry PCS

15 Aliir Aliir PORT

15 Zak Butters PORT

15 Jack Lucasius GCFC

15 Izak Rankine ADEL

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