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Harvey the 'Roos' best again

04/10/2008 10:53:09 AM Comments (0)

North Melbourne star Brent Harvey equalled the AFL club's record by winning his fourth best and fairest award.

The speedy 30-year-old midfielder-forward's four Syd Barker Medals have come in the past six seasons, with the night's win his second in succession.

He joins two-time premiership skipper Wayne Carey, another dual premiership player David Dench and 1965 Brownlow Medallist Noel Teasdale as four-time winners.

Harvey was the club's top possession-winner and also kicked 25 goals in the `Roos' 23 games this season.

He polled 759 votes, to finish ahead of ruckman Drew Petrie (731) and two-time former winner Brady Rawlings (671).

Petrie won the best clubman award, while Gavin Urquhart was named rookie of the year.

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