From the afl.com.au
BRISBANE'S Jarryd Lyons has won the 2023 J.J. Liston Trophy as the VFL's best and fairest player, becoming just the second player from a non-Victorian club to win the award.
Lyons polled 26 votes to finish two ahead of Southport midfielder/forward and former Port Adelaide goalsneak Boyd Woodcock.
Two-time Liston Trophy winner Tom Gribble from Werribee finished in a tie for third with Footscray skipper Lachlan Sullivan.
Lyons, 31, averaged 32.6 disposals, 8.2 score involvements and 7.6 clearances across 14 home-and-away matches to help guide the Lions to another preliminary final appearance.
He received votes in 11 matches, which included six best-on-ground performances.
Jarryd Lyons in action during Brisbane's clash with Gold Coast in the 2023 VFL qualifying final. Picture: AFL Photos
Meanwhile, the Lambert-Pearce Medal for the VFLW's best and fairest was shared for the first time with Box Hill Hawks teammates Jordan Mifsud and Akayla Peterson, and Geelong Cats onballer Charlotte Simpson finishing in a three-way tie.
Mifsud, Peterson and Simpson ended tied on 14 votes in a thrilling count where all three winners polled votes in the final round of the season.