Thursday, July 25

GEELONG forward Kent Kingsley has leapfrogged two places in the Geelong Advertiser People's Choice Award.

His six-goal bag against Essendon pushed him from fourth up to second, behind Steven King who leads the player rankings after another solid display in the ruck.

For the second week in a row James Rahilly put in a vote-catching performance in the midfield, scoring 8.4 out of 10 from our panel of judges. Kingsley and King were each awarded 8.2.

King leads the rankings with a season average of 7, followed by Kingsley and Peter Riccardi on 6.3.

Cameron Ling, suspended for one week, dropped back from second place to sixth.

Each week a panel of Geelong members judge the performances of all Geelong players, ranking them out of 10.

A new panel is chosen each week.

Participating panellists receive a double pass to Village Cinemas Geelong.

They are also invited to a special end-of-season movie screening where the Addy Footy People's Choice Award winner will be announced.

One of our panellists will also win a Gold Class screening for themselves and 20 friends.

Rahilly, James 8.4

King, Steven 8.2

Kingsley, Kent 8.2

Kelly, James 8.1

Riccardi, Peter 7.2

Milburn, Darren 7.1

Clarke, David A 7.0

Mooney, Cameron 7.0

Chapman, Paul 6.9

Scarlett, Matthew 6.8

Corey, Joel 6.2

Lord, Aaron 6.0

Graham, Ben 5.9

Johnson, Steve 5.7

Harley, Tom 5.6

Sholl, Brad 5.5

Foster, Daniel 5.2

Burns, Ronnie 5.2

Kilpatrick, Glenn 5.0

Enright, Corey 4.5

Wojcinski, David 3.7

Hunt, Joshua 3.2