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7 minutes ago, deespicable me said:

Viney was good wasn't he.

I thought so. Had a lot of it. Disposal was pretty good throughout. 7 clearances, 6 tackles, 7 score involvements. I thought he played a really strong role.

 

Tough to only give 6 tonight. May was good. Salem was good. Brayshaw and Sparoow were consistent and had good moments.

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Top 6 of players who get bagged way too much in this site!

6 harmes

5 viney

4 brayshaw

3 sparrow

2 fritsch

1 smith

seriously though, we will be so hard to beat if our so called bottom 6 play as well as they did tonight 

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6 - Clarry 

5 - Max

4 - Tracc

3 - JV

2 - GUS

1 - Alex

then all the rest special mention back line, Fritsch and Tommy Sparrow.

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6. Oliver

5. Petracca

4. Gawn

3. Brayshaw

2. Viney

1. Langdon

Could have easily given votes to Fritsch, Neal-Bullen, Lever and, Sparrow who all had really good games.

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6. Oliver - dominant all night

5. Gawn - a sluggish start but was outstanding from quarter time.  Such a massive presence.

4. Brayshaw - an outstanding game from one of the great team players.  And very courageous.

3. Fritsch - 4 goals from 7 kicks is a great return from a very dangerous mid sized forward

2. Neal-Bullen - continuing his very solid form

1. Petracca - not quite at his best but still an excellent game.  Bigger things still to come I suspect.

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Well that was bizarre commentary regarding Smith/Salem. I stand corrected.
Smith had a poor first Q if that’s the case. Cameron seemed like he was on his own in the first Q. Smith tightened up after that. 

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And one needs to apologise to a number of other layers especially in the last two votes. and also post quarter time.

Very even team performance,    No Change unless forced.

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Outstanding ‘across the board’ team effort makes voting difficult. Six in the votes, and probably another six unlucky not to be.

6. Clarry (the Coaches’ Champion) Oliver

5.  Max (All Australian Captain) Gawn

4.  Alex Neal-Bullen

3.  Christian (All Australian) Petracca

2.  Bailey (All Australian Squad) Fritsch

1.  Angus Brayshaw 

Unlucky:  May, Viney, Sparrow, Lever, Langdon, Harmes

 

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