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Mundy wins Freo best and fairest

03/10/2010 07:57:26 AM Comments (0)

Fremantle midfielder David Mundy capped off a breakthrough AFL season by winning the Doig Medal as the Dockers' best and fairest player for 2010.

Mundy polled 190 votes to edge out last year's winner Aaron Sandilands (171), with skipper Matthew Pavlich (160) and Stephen Hill (137) rounding out the top four.

Mundy, who recently signed a four-year contract extension, played 22 games this season, averaging 22 disposals a match.

The 25-year-old became a vital cog in Fremantle's rejuvenated midfield, with his work in close a particular highlight.

In other awards, upgraded rookie Michael Barlow capped off an outstanding debut season by taking out the Beacon Award as the club's best first year player.

The 22-year-old Werribee recruit made a brilliant start to his AFL career and was one of the favourites to win the Brownlow Medal before suffering a horrific broken leg in round 14.

Matt de Boer won the best clubman award.

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