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Crouch on Hertz MVP hunt

September 14, 2017 11:26 AM

Hertz Crows Fans' MVP: Qualifying Final Matt Crouch has again been voted the Hertz Crows Fans' MVP, this time for his efforts in the Qualifying Final
Can Matt Crouch catch Rory Sloane in our Hertz Fans' MVP for 2017? - Matt Crouch,Adelaide Crows

Can Matt Crouch catch Rory Sloane in our Hertz Fans' MVP for 2017?

Fans have yet again voted Matt Crouch best afield from Adelaide’s Qualifying Final win over Greater Western Sydney as the young midfielder continues to chase Hertz Fans’ MVP leader Rory Sloane.

It’s become a clear race in two through the second half of the season for the fan-voted award.

Crouch topped the polls for the second match in a row with a 36-vote haul against the Giants. Fans rewarded the 22-year-old’s outstanding 31-possession performance, which included seven clearances, seven tackles and four inside 50ms.

It marked the fourth consecutive game Crouch has featured within the top three vote-getters.

Crouch is now within 33 votes of Sloane, who missed the first final after undergoing an appendectomy.

Brad Crouch polled 26 votes against the Giants to continue his rich recent run of form. The tough onballer now sits in sixth place on the overall leaderboard.

Evergreen mid/forward Richard Douglas also polled strongly (11 votes) after collecting 20 possessions, seven clearances and kicking two goals last Thursday night.

Livewire forward Eddie Betts (eight votes) and ruckman Sam Jacobs (six) rounded out the top five.

Fans can login or register here to vote for their three top Crows after every game of the 2017 season.

One lucky participant after each round will claim a signed Hertz Crows football, courtesy of the Club’s official match ball partner, simply by voting.

Polls opens immediately after every Crows game. Users assign three votes to the player they deem Adelaide’s best contributor, two to the second-best and one vote for their third most valuable Crow in each match.

Polling closes on Tuesday at 4.30pm (SA time) after each round when the final votes are collated using a points system.

A maximum of 100 points per game can be awarded to the entire team. Each player is given a percentage of the total votes received to go towards their season tally (For example, if 1,200 votes were placed in Round One and Taylor Walker receives 600 then that is the equivalent of 50 per cent of all votes for that round and he would receive 50 points towards his season tally. If the second-best player received 120 votes from 1,200 then that is the equivalent of 10 per cent and he will get 10 votes towards the season tally).

This process is repeated each round and players accumulate points towards their season tally. The player at the top of the leaderboard at the end of the season is crowned the Hertz Crows Fans’ MVP.

Don’t forget, Crows fans can take advantage of 20 per cent off selected car rentals courtesy of Club partner Hertz. Click here for more information.


R1 v GWS: Rory Laird, Rory Atkins, Charlie Cameron
R2 v Hawthorn: Sam Jacobs, Rory Sloane, David Mackay
R3 v Port Adelaide: Rory Sloane, Taylor Walker, Matt Crouch
R4 v Essendon: Eddie Betts, Rory Sloane, Taylor Walker
R5 v Gold Coast: Rory Sloane, Matt Crouch, Brad Crouch
R6 v Richmond: Rory Sloane, Sam Jacobs, Matt Crouch
R7 v North Melbourne: Matt Crouch, Rory Laird, Richard Douglas
R8 v Melbourne: Rory Laird, Sam Jacobs, Richard Douglas
R9 v Brisbane: Rory Laird, Rory Sloane, Charlie Cameron
R10 v Fremantle: Rory Sloane, Matt Crouch, Jake Lever
R11 v Geelong: Jake Lever, Matt Crouch, Tom Lynch
R12 v St Kilda: Rory Laird, Jake Lever Sam Jacobs
R14 v Hawthorn: Hugh Greenwood, Matt Crouch, Brad Crouch
R15 v Carlton: Brodie Smith, Brad Crouch, Matt Crouch
R16 v Western Bulldogs: Taylor Walker, Jake Lever, Josh Jenkins
R17 v Melbourne: Taylor Walker, Tom Lynch, Rory Laird
R18 v Geelong: Rory Sloane, Richard Douglas, Matt Crouch
R19 v Collingwood: Matt Crouch, Brodie Smith, Mitch McGovern
R20 v Port Adelaide: Sam Jacobs, Taylor Walker, Rory Sloane
R21 v Essendon: Brodie Smith, Matt Crouch, Rory Atkins
R22 v Sydney: Rory Sloane, Matt Crouch, Mitch McGovern
R23 v West Coast: Matt Crouch, Rory Sloane, Brad Crouch
QF v GWS: Matt Crouch, Brad Crouch, Richard Douglas