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July 17, 2017 10:53 AM

Cameron nominated for Mark of the Year Charlie Cameron has been nominated for the AFL's Mark of the Year for this huge grab against Melbourne
AFL 2017 Round 17 - Melbourne v Adelaide

Charlie Cameron in flight

Livewire Crow Charlie Cameron is in line for his third AFL Mark of the Year nomination of the season.

Cameron soared to the skies in the final seconds of Adelaide’s impressive win over Melbourne on Saturday night to claim a massive mark at TIO Stadium.

The exciting 23-year-old made light of the slippery Darwin conditions to latch onto the huge hanger, completing the mark after receiving a nice ride over Demons ruckman Max Gawn on centre wing.

The grab will be Cameron’s third Mark of the Year nomination of 2017 if he’s voted this week’s winner. Cameron earned nominations in Round One against Greater Western Sydney and in Round Nine against Brisbane.

Click here to vote for Charlie’s huge mark

Essendon’s Joe Daniher and West Coast forward Jack Darling are the other nominees from Round 17.


Mitch McGovern is the only other Crow in contention for the major award so far this year after claiming last round’s nomination for his impressive leap over Lachie Hunter against the Western Bulldogs.

Fans can score one of three $100 Woolworths gift cards each week and go into the major prize draw to win one of five $1,000 worth of Woolworths gift cards at the end of the season just by voting.

Voting opens at 12pm (AEST) the day after the last game of each round and closes the night before the commencement of the next round at 11.59pm (AEST).

At the conclusion of the home and away season, the AFL’s All Australian Selection Committee will select the best three marks from the weekly nominees as the 2017 finalists.