ASHANTI Bush's round 10 stunner has taken out the AFLW season seven Goal of the Year, while Chloe Scheer's impressive round four mark has been named the Toyota Mark of the Year. 

After kicking her first career goal earlier in the game, Bush added to her highlights reel in the second quarter. Gathering the ball at speed near the top of the 50m arc, Bush turned on the burners to put space between herself and the defender before slotting it remarkably from deep in the pocket. 


Bush beat out impressive efforts from Hawthorn's Akec Makur Chuot - a composed evasion and kick from the pocket - and Adelaide's Danielle Ponter - a defensive intercept and four bounce run - to nab the award.  


Meanwhile, in the best season of her career to date, Chloe Scheer led the competition for marks inside 50, becoming Geelong's key attacking target.  

One of those marks was her leap in from the side to rise over a pack in round four, where Scheer expertly took the ball with strength to snatch the Mark of the Year honours. 


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Scheer beat out Richmond pair Laura McClelland and Ellie McKenzie in a tight vote. McClelland's effort, a courageous dive back with the flight of the ball against West Coast and McKenzie's traditional speccy in round four were elite competition.