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  1. Jones- better ball use Viney - grunt and leadership Hore - endeavour was impressive Frost - career best game Wagner - far from convincing May - confident and classy Salem - steady and effective Baker - showed some skill Neal-Bullen - tried but fumbly Oliver - classy but erratic Brayshaw - had limited impact Gawn - surprisingly didn’t dominate Weideman - some rare cameos McDonald - finally earned wages Petracca - a steady game Lockhart - energy and skill Harmes - met his match Smith - took his chances Fritsch - steady and impressive Petty - fortunately rarely required Hunt - had little involvement Hannan - had no impact
  2. Jones - a broken man Viney - devoid of ideas Gawn - our only champion Oliver - prolific without benefitting Brayshaw - couldn’t hurt opposition Hore - tried but loose May - a welcome addition Lever - glad he survived Fritsch - lost in battle Salem - probably suffering concussion Frost - a major loss Hibberd - past his best Baker - stunned by headlights Harmes - gave his all Petracca - seemingly without purpose Hannan - had little involvement Weideman - hardly gave yelp Spargo - couldn’t justify selection Garlett - an embarrassing performance Hunt - tried but failed T. McDonald - played without heart Wagner - little to commend
  3. Hogan for Spargo and we’d have our strongest team ON PAPER in the last 20 years. We’re a strong chance on Monday
  4. 6- Gawn ( dominated as expected) 5 - Oliver ( outstanding first half) 4 - Jones ( not as clean as normal but regularly got the hard balls) 3 - Fritsch ( getting closer to last year’s superlative form) 2 - Frost ( I no longer hold my breath when he has the ball) 1 - Viney ( trying to do the impossible too often but he at least he persists)
  5. Jones - always looked likely Viney - determination belied value Gawn - dominated without completion Stretch - made little impression O. McDonald - embarrassing and costly T. McDonald - not on field Frost - valuable and safe Smith - had some value Hibberd - unfit and unsure Baker - calm and composed Hunt - didn’t take chances Oliver - lost his way Brayshaw - only a shadow Harmes - failed to impose Spargo - shaking my head Weideman - unsighted before miss Petracca - enigmatic and disappointing Kennedy-Harris - an impressive return Fritsch - season’s best game Garlett - just a cameo Wagner - was rarely noticed Hannan - will be better
  6. The photo flattered him🙄
  7. Jones - failed to inspire Viney - little to excite Gawn - our only winner Harmes - couldn’t impose himself J. Wagner - tried but lacking Petracca - irrelevant 3 quarters Stretch - selection defies logic Brayshaw - devoid of confidence Hore - played with purpose Baker - showed promise again Smith - had no impact Fritsch - floated through game Oliver - was comprehensively beaten Spargo - couldn’t justify selection T. McDonald - had no presence C.Wagner - played without purpose Lockhart - out of depth Frost - all at sea Hunt - a disappearing act O. McDonald - making up numbers Petty - out of depth
  8. Easy to say after the event that the game was lost at the selection table
  9. For the record I didn’t use the words ‘not our worst’ to describe O.Mac’s game.. please get your facts right
  10. 6 - Gawn ( tireless and dominant all game ) 5 - Hunt ( emerging as a forward weapon ) 4 - Harmes ( was consistently at the coal face with grunt and vigour) 3 - Frost ( tackle of the year ) 2 - Oliver ( for weight of possessions rather than effectiveness) 1 - Hore ( we’ve found one )
  11. Jones - slowing but effective Viney - little spacial awareness Gawn - an outstanding game Oliver - few clean disposals Harmes - great first half Hunt - some impressive cameos Garlett - goals but wasteful Petracca - hugely wasteful performance Salem - rarely disposed effectively Stretch - momentum killer again Brayshaw - lost on flank T.McDonald - ten minute game Frost - confident but costly Hore - endeavour and composure O.McDonald - a serviceable game Wagner - jittery with ball Smith - little to enthuse Lockhart - was rarely sighted Neal-Bullen - average before injury Petty - was not disgraced Fritsch - devoid of awareness Baker - overawed but promising
  12. Jones - dynamic all game Viney - take first options Oliver - dominant and tireless Harmes - incredible first quarter Melksham - dangerous but curtailed Salem - was all class Lockhart - clever but limited Gawn - dominant when required Petracca - always looked likely Hore - season saving goal Frost - played with purpose Brayshaw - mistake ridden performance Stretch - continued slowing momentum Lewis - won’t be missed Fritsch - disappeared too often T. McDonald - provided a target Hunt - just some cameos Wagner - didn’t imbue confidence Garlett - regularly fumbled ball Keilty - had little influence Hibberd - great before injury O.McDonald - devoid of confidence
  13. I’m impressed how he actually composed himself before kicking
  14. Jones - great second half Lewis - yin and yang Frost - confident and important O McDonald - played his part Harmes - outstanding all game T McDonald - just a shadow Gawn - dominant all day Hibberd - reminiscent of old Lockart - provided some spark Salem - steady and brave Oliver - fewer dumb passes Hore - slow but clever Melksham - not his best Neal-Bullen - little to enthuse Stretch - tried but limited Hunt - excellent forward pressure Brayshaw - limited on wing Fritsch - some important cameos Wagner - was rarely noticed Petracca - failed to impose Garlett - game winning tackle Keilty - some impressive involvement
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