In his 13th AFL season Parker has enjoyed a consistent year of football with a season average 23.8 disposals and five tackles to his name. But it was a one-handed grab in Round 24 that has wowed fans, and earned the midfielder a Mark of the Year nomination. 

Halfway through the third quarter Chad Warner booted a long bomb into the Swans' forward 50. Running into the wing and under pressured from a Melbourne defender, Parker took a one-handed contested mark with an outstretched hand.


Parker joins Joel Amartey, Nick Blakey and Tom Papley who were also nominated for Mark of the Year earlier in the season

Who do you think took the best mark in Round 24? Fans are invited to vote for their favourite mark at and win epic prizes as well!

Voting opens 3pm the day after the last game of each round and closes at 10am the day of the commencement of the next round. Register and go into the running to win the major prize valued at $5,000. 

The winner will be announced at the end of the 2023 Toyota AFL Home and Away season.