Two Sydney Swans players have been nominated for the Woolworth's Mark of the Week award.
The AFL has selected its three nominated for the Round 6 mark of the week, including Isaac Heeney's brave mark running blind into a pack, and Fox's cliff hanger Zach Guthrie.
Isaac took his mark midway through the first term, flying blind through the air in front of the duelling ruckman.
Robbie Fox's sensational mark came at a critical time in the game, the 25-year-old launching early in the last quarter
The Swans were trailing by 22-points early in the fourth quarter and his mark and converted goal shot reduced the margin to 16-points, and the rest is history.
Collingwood's Jeremy Howe received the third nomination with a trademark leap and hang on the shoulders of Jack Riewoldt.
Make sure you get over to the AFL site, sign-up if you have to, and vote for Heeney or Fox.
All members of the public that pick the winner of the week go into the Woolworth's draw to win $10,000 at the end of the season.
Voting closes Friday morning, so get voting!
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