Some of the biggest names in the AFL are in contention for the Coleman Medal in 2023

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Charlie Cunrow is looking to defend his 2022 AFL Coleman Medal crown.

With just a handful of matches left in the 2024 regular season, AFL betting sites are fully invested in the race for the Coleman Medal

News Insights

  • Defending Coleman Medal winner Charlie Cunrow is in the mix again in 2023.
  • Cunrow and Adelaide’s Taylor Walker have both bagged 48 goals each this season.
  • Nick Larkey of North Melbourne is the nearest challenger currently.
  • Geelong duo Tom Hawkins and Jeremy Cameron in the mix – alongside Brisbane star Joe Daniher.

Whilst no AFL player would ever pursue individual glory over team success, every forward in the AFL dreams of being crowned as the Coleman Medal winner.

Awarded to the player that scores the most goals in an AFL season, the Coleman Medal race always gets plenty of traction with betting sites.

Heading down the home stretch in the 2023 AFL season, only 9 goals separate the top 6 names in the Coleman Medal race.

2022 Coleman Medal winner Charlie Cunrow remains in the box seat with plenty of betting apps, but there are plenty of top-quality forwards in hot pursuit.

Cunrow remains the man to beat

Despite his Carlton side enduring a relatively quiet season, Charlie Cunrow has once again demonstrated his goal scoring qualities in 2023.

With 48 goals scored from 16 appearances and 34 behinds to boot, Cunrow has been talismanic again this term.

Charlie Cunrow remains the favourite to win the 2023 Coleman Medal at $2.5 with WinnersBet.

Taylor Walker’s dream campaign

Experienced forward Taylor Walker has come of age for Adelaide this season and with a few games to play, he is fully in the mix for Coleman Medal glory.

This looks set to be Walker’s highest scoring season since 2012, where he missed out on the Coleman Medal to Jack Riewoldt.

Winning this individual accolade would be an unbelievable achievement for Walker and he will be hoping his goals can propel Adelaide to AFL success this season.

Taylor Walker is $3.2 with BoomBet to win his maiden Coleman Medal.

Who else could clinch Coleman Medal glory in 2023?

As previously mentioned, this looks set to be one of the closest Coleman Medal races in years and plenty of live betting sites are getting on board with the battle.

Nick Larkey has been a sole shining light for a North Melbourne side who have really struggled this term – winning just two games.

Larkey has bagged 44 goals from 16 games played, and he is $8 to win the 2023 Coleman Medal with TopSport.

Elsewhere, Geelong duo Jeremy Cameron and Tom Hawkins have really banged the goals in this term too.

Cameron has missed a few games due to injury and finds himself $9 to be the top scorer, whilst team mate Hawkins is a little longer at $11 – both with Bet365.

The Brisbane Lions are fully in the mix for a top 4 finish or better this term and the goals of Joe Daniher have been integral to that.

Daniher will need to keep banging the goals in if the Lions are to have a successful end to the campaign and at $16 with GetSetBet, he could be one to keep an eye on.