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DEMONLAND PLAYER OF THE YEAR - ROUND 3

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6. Vince

5. T Mac

4. Jetta

3. Hogan

2. Newton

1. Jones

I am a big Watts fan and I defend him constantly but I am afraid he cost us today. He needs to be dropped. Tyson needs to improve his kicking.

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6 - Tommy Mac

5 - Garland

4 - Jetta

3 - Lumumba

2 - Vince

1 - Jones

Edited by Sylvia Saint

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6. TMac

5. Vince

4. Lumumba

3. N.Jones

2. Jetta

1. Hogan

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6 - Vince - great game on Danger (and others) really hard at it

5 - Tommy Mac - held Walker to the most influence-less 3 goal game I've seen

4 - Harry - some great running to keep us in it

3 - Jones - great in and under when he was targeted

2 - Tyson - working really hard as the game continued

1 - Hogan - we'd be screwed without him

Special mention to Garlett. I couldnt give you votes with 2.4 - sorry buddy

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6 Vernie Bince

5 T Mac

4 N Jones

3 Lamumba

2 Kent

1 Garlo

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6 - McDonald - outstanding ( and the AFL website didn't even include him amongst our best )

5 - Vince - aggressive and dynamic

4 - Lamumba - always at contest and prolific all day

3 - Jones - brilliant in and under

2 - Cross - loved his courage and energy

1 - Jamar - intelligent tap work and at least broke even against all odds

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6- McDonald

5- lumumba

4- vince

3- jones

2- garlett

1- garland

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6. McDonald

5. Vince

4. Jamar

3. Cross

2. Lubumba

1. Jones

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Cross- 3 votes?

One for each kick on the full ?

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6. Tom McDonald - continued his rise (Walker was gifted his goals).

5. Bernie Vince - outstanding discipline, aggression and effort (especially given zilch pre-season).

4. 'H' Lumumba - prolific ball winner and used it well in the conditions.

3. Nev Jetta - again had Betts measure

2. Nathan Jones - another 'heart & soul' game under duress.

1. Col Garland - disciplined and approaching form of a few years ago.

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6. McDonald - Looking All Australian

5. Jones - Loved his hardness

4. Vince - A side of him I hadn't noticed before - loved it

3. Lumumba - Great pick up for us

2. Garland - Good the 2013 version is back

1. Brayshaw - Great attitude and endeavour. The future

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6 - TMac. He's a beast. Thrashed the form forward of the competition. Walker's three goals make him look better than he was.

5 - Vince. Took on Dangermouse in the middle and didn't just beat him, he bullied him.

4 - Garland. Was solid all day. Took Dangermouse when they moved him forward and kept him from doing any harm.

3 - Jetta. Kept Betts under control. Could easily be ahead of Garland.

2 - Lamumba. Won heaps of the ball, chipped in in defence, kept going all game.

1 - Jones. The usual for Jones. He was hard at it, always involved, won his own ball and probably should have had a bunch more frees given how often they hit him in the head.

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6 - Tom

5 - Vince

4 - Nev

3 - Jesse

2 - Jones

1 - Garland

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5. Bernie Vince - outstanding discipline, aggression and effort (especially given zilch pre-season).

Five free kicks against him suggests he wasn't as disciplined as he could have been.

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6. Tom McDonald

5. Bernie Vince

4. H.L

3. Nev Jetta

2. Jesse Hogan

1. Col Garland

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5. Bernie Vince - outstanding discipline, aggression and effort (especially given zilch pre-season).

Five free kicks against him suggests he wasn't as disciplined as he could have been.

Fair point but different context. I was referring to the discipline Bernie showed in curbing Dangerfield's influence for 98% of the match.

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6. Tom McDonald - BOG for third consecutive week now. Loved how frustrated Walker was looking by the end. Form defender of the competition at present.

5. Bernie Vince - said in the post match interview with Burgs that he was "just having a bit of fun". Hope he has a bit of fun every week then, as I can't recall him ever playing with such intent in MFC colours (or maybe I just have a short memory).

4. Heritier Lumumba

3. Jesse Hogan

2. Nathan Jones

1. Colin Garland

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6. McDonald

5. Vince

4. Lumumba

3. Jetta

2. Jones

1. Garland

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6 - Bernie Vince - already bleeds for the jumper and has barely played 20 games for the club. Smashed that actor Dangerfield.

5 - Tom McDonald - would be AA after 3 rounds

4 - Heritier Lumumba - plenty of the ball and lots of drive. Think he will be primed for the G on Friday night

3 - Nathan Jones - a nice response to last weeks quiet game, led from the front, got plenty of touches and kicked a goal

2 - Jesse Hogan - in just his third game already providing a massive presence and kicking goals. Straightened us up again today

1 - Neville Jetta - smashed Eddie Betts once again

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