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May 16, 2017 11:51 AM

Simply by voting for North’s top three players each week, you could win a North signed guernsey or tickets to the Syd Barker Medal.

The Mazda Excellence Award recognises the Roos’ standouts in every game, with votes compiled to find one winner at the completion of the 2017 season.

Vote for your 3-2-1 at the completion of each round, and you’ll be in the running for the prizes.

So who gets the nod? Remember, three votes goes to the player you adjudge best on ground via the form below.

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4. Shaun Higgins

On a tough day for North's midfield brigade, Higgins was a shining light.

While his numbers weren't huge, with 21 disposals, Higgins did what many of his teammates couldn't by penetrating the game with his run and long kicking. 

10. Ben Cunnington

Despite the Swans' dominance, the number 10 was able to get his hands on the footy in tight, with an impressive 11 clearances.

The likely leader in the Roos' best and fairest voting so far, Cunnington finished with 28 touches and booted a goal. 

25. Robbie Tarrant

Brad Scott described Tarrant's performance as "dominant", which says a lot when you are lining up on a player the calibre of Lance Franklin.

Tarrant had 6 one per centers to go with 20 possessions, 6 marks and 6 rebound 50s. 

He kept Franklin to a solitary goal. 

28. Kayne Turner

While he only had 9 disposals, Turner's attack on the footy sets the tone for his teammates every week.

He had a career-high 10 tackles and booted 2 goals to top off a great day at the office. 

33. Ed Vickers-Willis

The youngster has fit in seamlessly in North's defence, looking like a far more experienced player than his four senior games suggests.

North's number 33 repelled several Swans' attacks, finishing with 21 touches to go with 5 one per centers and 4 rebound 50s.

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