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May 10, 2018   |  1:21AM AET

Who will win the Victory Medal?

Who will win the Victory Medal?

Another Victory Medallist will be crowned on Saturday, adding their name to the club’s illustrious honour roll.

Victory claimed a record fourth Hyundai A-League championship with a 1-0 win over the Newcastle Jets in the Grand Final.

It capped a fine campaign, which will be celebrated with the Victory Medal, presented by Bluestar Global Logistics, at Crown Palladium.

We take a look at some of the contenders.

2018 Victory Medal banner

Kosta Barbarouses
Goals: 10
Assists: 4

Back at the club in 2017-18, the winger enjoyed a fine season for Victory. After performing well throughout the regular season, Barbarouses dominated the finals with two goals and two assists in three games.

Besart Berisha
Goals: 14
Assists: 6

The star forward once again led Victory’s goalscoring with 14 goals, while adding six assists in the league this season. Berisha was a constant threat to opposition teams throughout the campaign.

Thomas Deng
Goals: 2

Back at the club after a loan spell at PSV, Deng improved for Victory as the season went on. The 21-year-old showed his adaptability across the defensive line and added two goals, including a stunner against the Western Sydney Wanderers in March.

Leroy George
Goals: 9
Assists: 13

George starred for Victory in his first season in the Hyundai A-League. The winger’s pace, power and trickery created plenty of opportunities for Victory, while his set-pieces constantly caused issues for opponents. George created the second most chances in the Hyundai A-League.

Lawrence Thomas
Saves: 84

The Victory goalkeeper once again performed strongly, with his Finals Series a highlight. Thomas was spectacular in a Semi Final win over Sydney FC before winning the Joe Marston Medal in the Grand Final success.

Rhys Williams

Williams led the heart of the Victory defence with a consistent campaign. The centre-back also launched several attacks with his fine passing, before his season was cruelly ended by a calf injury in the finals.