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O Mac not getting near enough love; he was fantastic defensively 

Dismayed by Tyson getting votes, his ability to hit an opposition player lace-out is outstanding.

Tyson was the engine room in the first half and one of the chief architects of our dominance. He tired in the second half, by his own admission, so his influence waned, that's why he's low in the vote


1 hour ago, Clint Bizkit said:

Dismayed by Tyson getting votes, his ability to hit an opposition player lace-out is outstanding.

Good for you! Look at the number of targets he DID hit. Hunt was just as wasteful

6 Hibberd

5 Tom MCD  ( 24 disposals at CHF, good in the ruck also)

j4 Jetta

3 Tyson

2 Oliver  10 disposals in the last quarter

1 Hogan

 

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34 minutes ago, Farmer said:

Good for you! Look at the number of targets he DID hit. Hunt was just as wasteful

6 Hibberd

5 Tom MCD  ( 24 disposals at CHF, good in the ruck also)

j4 Jetta

3 Tyson

2 Oliver  10 disposals in the last quarter

1 Hogan

 

That's why I didn't give Hunt votes.

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6  Sir Michael Hibberd - must make the AA team.

5  Nev Jetta  -  must make the AA team

4  Clayton Oliver - must make the AA team

3  Jack Viney - set the tone with a dominant opening quarter just 18 days removed from foot surgery. He is a god

2 -  Jesse Hogan -  hes back

1 - Jake Melksham - 3 goals including a great mark and the sealer, and some important touches through the middle where he set up some other goals

 

Really unlucky - T Mac, Tyson, Hunt

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2 hours ago, Clint Bizkit said:

Dismayed by Tyson getting votes, his ability to hit an opposition player lace-out is outstanding.

Tyson was the engine room in the first half and one of the chief architects of our dominance. He tired in the second half, by his own admission, so his influence waned, that's why he's low in the votes, but I reckon it's low hanging fruit to pick out a few errors and decide he sucked. Players who get heaps of the ball are bound to make errors with it at times.

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6.  Hibberd

5.  Jetta

4.  Oliver

3.  T. Mac

2.  Hunt

1.  ANB

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32 minutes ago, Nasher said:

Tyson was the engine room in the first half and one of the chief architects of our dominance. He tired in the second half, by his own admission, so his influence waned, that's why he's low in the votes, but I reckon it's low hanging fruit to pick out a few errors and decide he sucked. Players who get heaps of the ball are bound to make errors with it at times.

To add to this, it shows how close Tyson is to being a genuine a grader, he's a very good kick who makes some average decisions at times. 

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6.Hibberd

5.Milshake 

4.Tyson

3.Viney

2.Harmes

1.Viney

(Thank you Essendon)

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6 - Hibberd

5 - Oliver

4 - Jetta

3 - Hunt

2 - OMac

1 - ANB

Apologies to half the team who deserved a "vote"

What a Game!!!!!!

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6 Jetta

5 Hibberd

4 Viney

3 Gawn

2 Hogan

1 Melksham

Omac's work defensively was also good all day. Probably just a couple of brain fades where he spoiled back into corridor that cost him votes. 

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6 Hibberd - Missed the first four games but now must be in race for AA spot - hopefully there will be seven defenders (one on bench) as Rance, Hurley, Docherty, Laird, Toohey are all locks and Rampe has probably played himself in as well.

5 Viney - What a first quarter. Set the tone with Tyson and returned us to the passion we showed in four-week win stretch.

4 Jetta - I reckon this was his best game this year because he also provided run as well as his usual one-on-one wins. Great season. As to AA, now way unless you think all other clubs all have duds in defence.

3 Gawn - An amazing first half before injury against a guy that is regarded as the AA ruckman this year.

2 ANB - Can those who keep potting him please fess up now. Has vision and smarts and is Goody's No.1 pick-up. Shades of Robbie Gray in how he plays now.

1 Hoges - That was more like it. Only a couple of petulant dummy spats and he even tackled a couple of times. Covered heaps of territory as well.

 

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Surely, there's one man who can catch Clayton Oliver and that's Michael Hibberd:-

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137. Clayton Oliver
115. Michael Hibberd               
92. Nathan Jones
71. Jack Viney
65. Jack Watts
64. Tom McDonald 
61. Neville Jetta
59. Jayden Hunt
54. Christian Petracca 
45. Jeff Garlett 
44. Jordan Lewis 
27. Sam Frost
26. Cam Pedersen Christian Salem
25. Oscar McDonald Dom Tyson
23. Max Gawn  
18. Mitch Hannan Jake Melksham Bernie Vince          
13. Alex Neal-Bullen
10. Jesse Hogan 
6. Billy Stretch
5. Dean Kent
4. Jay Kennedy Harris Josh Wagner
3. James Harmes    

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