Crows duo Ebony Marinoff and Danielle Ponter received nine votes each in the AFL Coaches Association AFLW Champion Player of the Year voting for Round Three.
Marinoff produced another leading performance with a game-high 25 disposals and 12 tackles as Adelaide claimed an 11-point win over the Cats on Sunday.
Seventeen contested possessions and 11 clearances reflected her elite contest work.
Marinoff has polled all three opening rounds, including a perfect 10 last week, and sits third on the leaderboard.
A four-goal outing from Ponter earned high praise for the 19-year-old and her first votes of the season.
After moving through the midfield in the opening two rounds, Ponter broke the game apart at full forward against the Cats.
Anne Hatchard extended her vote streak to three games, receiving two for her 23 touches and seven tackles.
Two votes also went to first-year Crow Najwa Allen who pieced together her best game yet with a career-high 19 disposals and three tackles.
Geelong’s Danielle Higgins was the leading Cat with six votes.
Round Three voting: Crows v Cats
9 – Ebony Marinoff
9 – Danielle Ponter
6 – Danielle Higgins
2 – Najwa Allen
2 – Anne Hatchard
1 – Maddy McMahon
1 – Olivia Purcell
Leaderboard after Round Three
30 – Jaimee Lambert (Collingwood)
22 – Jamie Stanton (Gold Coast)
21 – Ebony Marinoff (Adelaide)
20 – Madison Prespakis (Carlton)
18 – Kate Lutkins (Brisbane)