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VOTES: Rd 15 vs Brisbane


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Viney - the wrecking ball

Lever- the great wall

Oliver - heading for the fame hall

Jackson - plays short and tall

Harmes - tattoos wall to wall

Brayshaw- reliable with the ball

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6 - JV fabulous tough game

5 - Rick back to the Rick that we expect

4 - Clayton real gunn

3 - Luke Jackson really stood up

2 - Tracc gotta kick those goals

1 - James Harmes just shaded JJ

Great team effort - No passengers.!!💕 Can’t believe that I left Gus out of my votes.!!

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6 minutes ago, DeeZone said:

6 - JV fabulous tough game

5 - Rick back to the Rick that we expect

4 - Clayton real gunn

3 - Luke Jackson really stood up

2 - Tracc gotta kick those goals

1 - James Harmes just shaded JJ

Great team effort - No passengers.!!💕 Can’t believe that I left Gus out of my votes.!!

Agreed. Brayshaw not in the votes 🤨

He was composed, got it plenty and filled many gaps to repel Lions attack. But at least you called it !! 

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my votes from M16 southern stand. Hard to get a real appreciation of what others on the tele might have seen better.

6: Jack Viney. That bone-crunching tackle could be heard from Row R. I swear the stadium shock.

5: Lever. Great to see him tacking those intercept marks again. Especially against the Brisbane forward line

4: Oliver. The machine keeps on giving. He is on track for a brownlow at this rate.

3: James Jordan. He is owning the defensive wing so well. 

2: Brayshaw. Career best year. I like him at half back

1: Jackson. in the 3rd quarter was playing a perfect link up role on top F50. 

Harmes gets a special mention for his lockdown on Neale and hurting him the other way. 

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18 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

 

apologies to Trac, Clarry & Harmesy who were good and mostly everyone else contributed. 

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Mmmnn, Trac 800 metres gained, Clarry 35 and two goal assists, Harmes two goals and seven tackles. All more worthy than Hibberd who benefitted from excellent team defence.

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6. Viney (somebody resurrect the Jack Viney Made Me Cry thread, I need a gif of that tackle)

5. Lever (clunking his marks again, hooray!)

4. Oliver (just Clarry things, ordinary game by his standards)

3. Harmes (shut Neale down, kicked two himself)

2. JJ (owned his wing, and unlike many others, was good from minute 1)

1. ANB (the forward pressure was BACK baby!)

Apologies to Dogga, Gus and Trac

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53 minutes ago, Demon Disciple said:

Probably dished out the best hit of his career too.

I’d say it was shaded by the time he cleaned up Shannon Hurn in our last game at Subiaco against West Coast in 2017

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Viney

Lever

Oliver

Brayshaw

Harmes

Jackson

Viney - Actually think he has had other games as good as this

Stiff - Jordan ANB (even 1 goal he’d have had a vote) Fritsch Petracca and a vote is deserved by all the Hibbo types, who did there jobs perfectly.

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6. Viney - showed the way in Gawn’s absence. A terrific Captain’s game.

5.; Lever = his best game for the year. Back to being the intercept specialist 

4. Jackson - stood up in Gawn’s absence

3.  Petracca - his best game for awhile. Lots more energy.

2. Oliver - typical Ollie game always in the best!

1. Hibberd - was Charlie Cameron playing?

 

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Gotta say I agree with Fagan and Goodwin and thought McInerny and Jackson shared honours.  That's a credit to jackson because Oscar is a very good AFL ruckman but it isn't vote worthy in my opinion.

6. Viney - clear BOG

5. Lever - his best game in 2022

4. Petracca - worked his way into the game to become a significant influence.  Just needs to hit the scoreboard.

3. Jordon - is having a really good patch at the moment.

2. Oliver - perhaps not as damaging as in some games but just works so hard

1. Brayshaw - continuing a fine season

Honourable mentions: Harmes, Hibberd

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