Fyfe wins second AFLPA MVP award

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Fyfe wins second AFLPA MVP award

Fremantle superstar Nat Fyfe has been voted the AFLPA’s Most Valuable Player for the second year running.

Fyfe, 23, polled 1455 votes from his fellow AFL players to take out his second Leigh Matthews Trophy on Tuesday night ahead of North Melbourne’s Todd Goldstein, on 578 votes.

Adelaide’s Patrick Dangerfield and West Coast pair Matt Priddis and Josh Kennedy rounded out the top five.

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