Crows AFL Women's co-captain Erin Phillips has been nominated for the AFLW Goal and Mark of the Year.
Phillips is the only Crow in contention for both awards.
The 31-year-old nailed a huge match-winning goal against Carlton in Round Three to help the Crows sink the Blues at Thebarton Oval. Phillips sent home the massive major from about 60-metres out off a couple of quick steps to cement her status as one of the most skilled players of the inaugural AFL Women's competition.
Grand Final opponents Kaitlyn Ashmore and Kate McCarthy of Brisbane are the other nominees for the AFLW Goal of the Year crown.
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Impressively, Phillips is also in the running for the inaugural AFLW Mark of the Year title.
Phillips made the most of a perfect ride over Melbourne's Mel Hickey in the Round Six clash with the Demons at TIO Stadium. Phillips launched herself at the footy late in the opening term to claim a classic grab in the shadows of quarter-time, much to the delight of the Darwin locals.
Carlton forward Darcy Vescio and high-flying Lion Tayla Harris are the other AFLW Mark of the Year finalists.
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Voting for both competitions closes at 11.59pm AEDT on Thursday, March 23.
The inaugural AFLW Goal and Mark of the year will be revealed at the AFLW Awards on Tuesday, March 28.