2000 AFL Rising Star

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2000 Ansett AFL Rising Star
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CountryAustralia
Rising StarLeigh Brown (Fremantle)

The Ansett AFL Rising Star award is given annually to a stand out young player in the Australian Football League. The 2000 medal was won by Fremantle player Paul Hasleby.

Eligibility[edit]

Every round, an Australian Football League rising star nomination is given to a stand out young player. To be eligible for the award, a player must be under 21 on January 1 of that year, have played 10 or fewer senior games and not been suspended during the season. At the end of the year, one of the 22 nominees is the winner of award.

Nominations[edit]

Round Player Club
1 Paul Hasleby Fremantle
2 David Spriggs Geelong
3 Damien Adkins Collingwood
4 Leigh Brown Fremantle
5 Adam Ramanauskas Essendon
6 Josh Fraser Collingwood
7 Adam Lange Kangaroos
8 Cameron Bruce Melbourne
9 Jude Bolton Sydney
10 Chad Cornes Port Adelaide
11 Glen Bowyer Hawthorn
12 Ian Perrie Adelaide
13 Beau McDonald Brisbane Lions
14 Andrew Embley West Coast
15 Matthew Whelan Melbourne
16 Brett Moyle St Kilda
17 Matthew Pavlich Fremantle
18 Matthew Scarlett Geelong
19 Brad Green Melbourne
20 Ryan Houlihan Carlton
21 Chad Fletcher West Coast
22 Josh Carr Port Adelaide
Source: AFL Record Season Guide 2015[1]

Final voting[edit]

Player Club Votes
1 Leigh Brown Fremantle 33
2 Adam Ramanauskas Essendon 30
3 Beau McDonald Brisbane Lions 13
4 Brad Green Melbourne 12
5 Josh Fraser Collingwood 7
6 Jude Bolton Sydney 5
7 Matthew Pavlich Fremantle 2
Matthew Whelan Melbourne 2
9 Glen Bowyer Hawthorn 1
Source: AFL Record Season Guide 2015

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lovett, Michael, ed. (February 2015). AFL Record Season Guide 2015. Melbourne, Victoria: AFL Media. p. 604.