Benson to again feature heavily

Reigning Geoff Taylor medalist, Bungaree’s David Benson is again expected to feature heavily in the Central Highlands Football League medal vote count on Wednesday night.

The dominant ruckman was named in the Demons’ best in 15 of his 16 games, including eight best on ground performances.

2012 Geoff Taylor medalist Andy McKay is another likely to poll well. The Hepburn midfield-forward dynamo is often one to catch the eyes of the umpires, however playing just one home and away game after round 11 is sure to hurt his chances.

Beaufort recruit Tom Stapleton, star forward Jake Duke, Waubra midfielder Lincoln Barnes and Springbank star Nick Couch have all had impressive seasons and are expected to poll well.

Rokewood-Corindhap’s Sam Chapman led The Courier player of the year award before it went in-camera two weeks out from season’s end.

The netball best and fairest winners will also be awarded on the night along with football and netball teams of the year.

FAVOURITE: Bungaree's David Benson is a big chance to make it back-to-back Geoff Taylor medals. Picture: Luka Kauzlaric

FAVOURITE: Bungaree's David Benson is a big chance to make it back-to-back Geoff Taylor medals. Picture: Luka Kauzlaric