It was another dynamic year for Lions fan favourite, Charlie Cameron.
The leading goal-kicker for Brisbane, finishing with 55 goals, the livewire enjoyed his second-best year in front of the big sticks.
Cameron also came fourth in the Coleman Medal race, finishing only 7 goals behind winner, Tom Hawkins and 3 goals off third place.
Trialled in the midfield following injuries to Cam Rayner and Lachie Neale, Cameron had a quiet start to the season by his standards.
The inclusion of Joe Daniher to the Lions forward line posed an extra headache for defenders, seemingly allowing Cameron to move up the ground and show off his impressive pace.
Round 7 saw the return of the Charlie Cameron that fans have come to love though, slotting 4 goals in the Lions 49-point win against Port Adelaide.
It seemed to be the spark that the 27-year-old needed, going on to kick 3-goals a whopping seven times and an additional bag of 5 and 6-goals through the rest of the season.
Charlie was a standout through the Lions finals series, being rewarded with ‘Best Finals Player’.
A silver lining in an otherwise tough night, Cameron kicked 5-goals in his sides losing Qualifying Final to Melbourne and kicked a further 3 in their heartbreaking one-point loss to the Western Bulldogs the following week.
Standout Performance: Cameron Gets Six
In a career-best game, Charlie Cameron put on a clinic at the Gabba in Round 22.
The Collingwood defence were left scrambling as the speedy forward zipped away to kick six straight goals, collecting 12 disposals in the process.
He was also busy in the air, clunking 6 marks as he led the Lions to a thumping 85-point win in front of a packed Gabba crowd.
His impressive performance against Melbourne in the Qualifying Final was another highlight, as to was his 5-goal, 17 disposal game in the west against Fremantle in Round 21.
Disposals – 10.9
Kicks – 8.3 (Above-Average)
Marks – 4 (Above-Average)
Tackles – 2.2
Goals – 2.3 (Elite)