Richmond gun midfielder Monique Conti has finished in fifth place in the AFL Coaches' Association Champion Player Award.
After a 10-vote performance against Collingwood on Sunday, Conti totalled 62 votes for the season.
The 23-year-old racked up 34 disposals, 11 clearances, eight tackles and one goal in the 52-point final-round win.
North Melbourne midfielder Jasmine Garner (81 votes) took out the top honour for the third time.
At the end of each game during the home-and-away season, the coaches of both teams gives votes in a 5-4-3-2-1 format to who they believe are the best players on the ground. The maximum a player can get in a game is 10 votes, five from each coach.
Conti received maximum votes on three occasions this season (Round 1, Round 8 and Round 10).
Across the 2023 season, the superstar averaged 29 disposals, six tackles and five-inside 50s per game.
She led the competition for average clearances (7.3 per game) and became the first AFLW Tiger to reach 1000 disposals.
1 Jasmine Garner (NMFC) - 81 votes
2 Laura Gardiner (SYD) - 74
3 Ally Anderson (BL) - 65
4 Ebony Marinoff (ADEL) - 64
5 Monique Conti (RICH) - 62
6 Ashleigh Riddell (NMFC) - 61
7 Claudia Whitfort (GCFC) 60
8 Georgie Prespakis (GEEL) - 57
9 Bonnie Toogood (ESS) - 55
=10 Madison Prespakis (ESS) - 53
=10 Charlie Rowbottom (GCFC) - 53
AFLCA AFLW CHAMPION PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNERS
2023 - Jasmine Garner (North Melbourne)
2022 (S7) - Jasmine Garner (North Melbourne)
2022 (S6) - Emily Bates (Brisbane)
2021 - Kiara Bowers (Fremantle)
2020 - Jasmine Garner (North Melbourne)
2019 - Erin Phillips (Adelaide)
2018 - Emma Kearney (Western Bulldogs)
2018 - Chelsea Randall (Adelaide)
Richmond v Geelong
10 Georgie Prespakis GEEL
6 Jacqueline Parry GEEL
6 Amy McDonald GEEL
4 Claudia Gunjaca GEEL
2 Nina Morrison GEEL
1 Chantel Emonson GEEL
1 Bethany Lynch RICH
Collingwood v Richmond
10 Monique Conti RICH
8 Katie Brennan RICH
4 Grace Egan RICH
4 Aishling Sheridan COLL
4 Eilish Sheerin RICH