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  1. Jones - heart and soul Hogan - an amazing return Petracca - didn't impose enough Lewis - an important component Brayshaw - classy but subdued Gawn - failed to impose Tyson - was rarely effective Oliver - eventually shook opponent Hibberd - ragged but vital Stretch - little to enthuse Melksham - quietly undertook requirements Hannan - had little impact Pedersen - the resurrection continues Vince - the decline continues T.McDonald - was rarely sighted O.McDonald - stuck to task Hunt - uncertain ball handling Neal-Bullen - publicity stifled performance Garlett - 2 minute performance Jetta - was unusually quiet Wagner - far from convincing Harmes - some deft touches
  2. Jones - perfect captain's game Viney - disappointing captain's game Petracca - seemingly lacking energy Lewis - important General again Brayshaw - energetic and creative Gawn - was surprisingly beaten Tyson - great first quarter Oliver - heart and spirit Hibberd - not his best Melksham - did just enough Hannan - 5 electrifying minutes Pedersen - career best game Vince - keep it simple T.McDonald - versatile and peerless Weideman - tried but limited O.McDonald - reliable and impressive Hunt - displayed energy again Neal-Bullen - quiet after first Garlett - continues to underperform Jetta - safe and composed Wagner - unconvincing but learning Harmes - rough but effective
  3. Jones - was understandably rusty Viney - continuing to underperform Salem - loose and slow Watts - lazy and embarrassing Petracca - nothing to redeem Lewis - slow but persisted Gawn - disciplined but limited Tyson - was a liability Oliver - had little influence Hibberd - fumbled and loose Frost - an amateur performance Melksham - had limited impact Pedersen - wasn't the answer Vince - a workmanlike performance T.McDonald - had no impact O.McDonald - our only winner Hunt - had no impact Neal- Bullen - just a game Garlett - heartless and disinterested Jetta - gave a damn Harmes - no redeeming component Maynard - looks a player
  4. Viney - had little influence Hogan - little before injury Salem - surprisingly poor disposal Watts - a huge disappointment Petracca - missing in action Lewis - slow but important Trengove - last career game Gawn - couldn't assert advantage Tyson - rarely found teammates Oliver - prolific but impetuous Hibberd - loose and ragged Frost - taught a lesson Melksham - unsighted after first Hannan - unsighted all game Kennedy - Harris - little to enthuse T.McDonald - never stopped trying O.McDonald - was generally safe Hunt - seemingly lacking energy Neal-Bullen - out for Jones Garlett - only dangerous forward Jetta - first quarter horrors Harmes - had no impact
  5. Viney - great until tiring Hogan - gradually regaining touch Salem - played with composure Watts - needed the run Petracca - quiet but dangerous Lewis - marshalled the forces Trengove - slow but valuable Gawn - dominated the centre Tyson - prolific but wasteful Oliver - often too impulsive Hibberd - continued outstanding year Frost - steady and reliable Melksham - smart and dangerous Hannan - continued to surprise Kennedy-Harris - was rarely sighted T.McDonald - versatile and effective O.McDonald - reliable and safe Hunt - heart and soul Neal- Bullen - great first half Garlett - went missing often Jetta - read game beautifully Harmes - tough but limited
  6. Demonland Player of the Year - Round 17

    6 - Lewis ( composed and assured all game ) 5 - Hunt ( has X factor in spades ) 4 - Hibberd ( got lots of the ball but was surprisingly wasteful ) 3 - Kennedy-Harris ( finally brought some of his Casey form to the table ) 2 - Melksham ( for a fine first half ) 1 - Wagner ( showed grit and endeavour)
  7. Hogan - diluted team's confidence Petracca - needed more involvement Lewis - our best performer Gawn - just a shadow Oliver - tried but overwhelmed Hibberd - prolific but wasteful Kent - quiet before injury Frost - destroyed by class Melksham - good first half Hannan - not an onballer Pedersen - on downward spiral Vince - undisciplined but tried Kennedy-Harris - deserves another game T.McDonald - game from hell O.McDonald - persisted but overwhelmed Hunt - displayed great energy Neal-Bullen - poor under pressure Garlett - failed to perform Jetta - season worst game Wagner - persisted and impressed Harmes - little to commend Smith - far from ready
  8. Demonland Player of the Year - Round 16

    6 - Frost ( goes from strength to strength ) 5 - Oliver ( looked like the only onballer capable of clearing from the centre) 4 - T.McDonald ( our only winning forward option) 3 - Hibberd ( never admitted defeat ) 2 - Lewis ( regularly stood up despite the pressure ) 1 - O.McDonald ( continued his reliable and steady performance in defence )
  9. Hogan - was understandably quiet Petracca - played in bursts Lewis - important but slow Gawn - had limited influence Oliver - great first half Hibberd - continued to inspire Stretch - little to enthuse Kent - was mostly unsighted Frost - outstanding all game Melksham - regularly poor disposal Hannan - had little involvement Pedersen - didn't offer much Vince - experience often showed T.McDonald - only winning forward O.McDonald - safe and effective Hunt - loose, rebounded well Neal-Bullen - some vital touches Garlett - had limited influence Jetta - one memorable interception Wagner - played his part Harmes - was rarely sighted Smith - nervous and limited Tyson - overrated and unsighted
  10. Jack watts goal v pies (radio versions)

    What about Hibberd's spoil that led to O Mac getting it to Harmes and then to the golden boy?
  11. Demonland Player of the Year - Round 15

    6 - O.McDonald ( kept his head whilst all around were losing theirs) 5 - Jetta ( was rarely beaten one on one) 4 - Viney ( half a game was better than the rest ) 3 - Gawn ( tried until the end ) 2 - T. McDonald ( provided a target at least ) 1 - Frost ( lost the battle but not for lack of effort )
  12. Viney - curse strikes again Petracca - rarely displayed talent Lewis - hardly got involved Gawn - tried but rusty Tyson - an irrelevant performance Oliver - overwhelmed by publicity Hibberd - been more influential Stretch - had little influence Frost - tried but limited Melksham - little to commend Hannan - was rarely sighted Pedersen - couldn't get involved Vince - slow and loose T.McDonald - performed in patches O.McDonald - continued standing tall Hunt - lacked the vitality Neal-Bullen - had no impact Bugg - waste of space Jetta - courageous and bold White - out of class Wagner - fumbly and slow Harmes - out of depth
  13. Viney - courageous beyond comparison Salem - disappointing before injury Petracca - huge final quarter Lewis - never imbued confidence Gawn - a wonderful return Tyson - great first half Oliver - some important touches Hibberd - not as prolific Stretch - good in close Frost - licence to thrill Melksham - continued good form Hannan - valuable but limited Pedersen - versatile and brave Vince - experience proved invaluable T.McDonald - a pivotal performance O.McDonald - lowered his colours Hunt - didn't appear fit Neal- Bullen - becoming a fixture Bugg - had limited influence Garlett - obviously hates traveling Jetta - some important interceptions Harmes - a valuable game
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