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.

Kosta Barbarouses
Apps:
25
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
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28
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
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24
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
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29
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
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28
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
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25

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.