ANDREW Browne has won his second best-and-fairest title at Keilor.
The 27-year-old ruckman edged out Strathmore Community Bank Premier Division leading goal kicker Dean Galea by just a single vote in Friday's count, with Kane Barbuto and Jason Williams finishing third a further vote back.
Browne didn't miss a game in 2017 and kicked 11 goals to go with his 13 nods among Keilor's best players during the year.
He won his first best-and-fairest at Keilor in 2013 - a year he also saluted as the Reynolds Medallist.
KEILOR TOP FIVE
Winner: Andrew Browne (22 votes)
Runner-Up: Dean Galea (21 votes)
Third: Kane Barbuto & Jason Williams (20 votes)
Fourth: Ryan Hards (17 votes)
Fifth: Jamie Papalia (13 votes)