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Charlie Cameron and Eddie Betts have earned their second entries into the Mark and Goal of the Year respectively

Crows duo Charlie Cameron and Eddie Betts have both earned another entry into the AFL Mark and Goal of the Year competition.

Fittingly on the eve of Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous Round, Cameron won the vote for his huge grab over Lions defender Harris Andrews while Betts got the nod following his crafty left-foot goal during the second term at the Gabba.

It’s Cameron’s second entry into this year’s Mark of the Year competition. The 22-year-old also won the Round One vote for a similar grab against Greater Western Sydney.

Cameron earned 45 per cent of to vote to edge out Richmond’s Sam Lloyd (29 per cent) and Sydney ruckman Callum Sinclair (26 per cent) in Round Nine.

Betts also has two entries in the main Goal of the Year draw. The three-time winner snapped a miraculous major against Essendon in Round Four to submit his first contender of 2017.

Betts was the clear favourite in Round Nine with 75 per cent of the vote, beating former teammate Patrick Dangerfield (19 per cent) and current Crow Tom Lynch (six per cent).

The AFL’s All-Australian Selection Committee will choose the best three goals and marks at the end of the home and away season to compete for the final titles.

Betts has won the AFL Goal of the Year the past two years in succession.