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6. May (huge game mayzie ❤️💙)

5. Gus (I don’t care what anyone else thinks, Gus was good tonight)

4. Trac ❤️

3. salo 

2. jack 

1. saints (very good game by them with limited dudes in the bench)

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By the numbers;

6 Steven May

5 Christian Petracca

4 Christian Salem

3 Angus Brayshaw

2 Jack Viney

1 Jake Lever

Honourable mentions;

Jake Bowey

Max Gawn

Ed Langdon

Jake Melksham

Trent Rivers

Tom Sparrow

Special mention;

Taj Woewodin😈

Adjudication;

Down a few blokes, umpires gave the Aints the run of the green for the first three quarters. Than the gas ran out. AFL, if you're serious about improving the game demand that the people who purport to be umpires act professionally. Four umpires on the field spreads the 'talent' very thin.

Broadcasters;

Dumped the 'evil' Mudocs for FTA, the game commentary was pretty lame but the post-game was OK after Trac took the mic.

Opposition Hyperbole Watch;

The Channel 7 outside broadcast producer has an unhealthy fixation on Ross Lyon. Ad nauseam cues back to Ross grinning away in the box. Luke Darcy kept referring to how cheerful and relaxed Lyon has been since his return to saintdom. Speculation suggests Ross is getting by with "A Little Help from his Friends".

From the Director's Chair;

Lovely to see Goody so animated tonight and many DL's relieved we are not "Crying in the Rain".

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May  easily best on ground.

Petracca

Salem

others not worth a vote too many fumbles and poor disposals.

maybe Viney in for fourth.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, He de mon said:

6. May

5.Viney

4. Trac,

3. Salem

2. Sparrow

1. Jordon

A bit surprised there is no love for Jordon. He ran all day, and was very clean.

 

Yep, JJ ran and ran creating midfield spaces either side of halfway. He opened several corridors in that process, of which only a few were exploited. He plays taller than expected and delivers well, with no hesitations in congested areas. He is a good receiver when seen, and distribution instincts seem good; our players should be seeking him out more rather than bombing or hoping to hit targets further afield. 

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6: May

5: Petracca 

4: Salem

3: Swallow

2: Viney

1: Bowey

And we’ll done to Taj Woewodin for his first game!

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How can anyone not give May the 6 votes?

A FB had nearly 30 touches and 12 intercept marks. He is the main reason we won that game. Saints had more inside 50s but couldn’t get past the Great Wall of May! 

Phenomenal performance. 

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11 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

6. May

5. Brayshaw

4. McVee

3. Petracca

2. Viney

1. Salem

I thought these were very close

but apologies to Jordan Sparrow Melksham Hunter Langdon Rivers and Bowey

a raffle for the last two votes

we will get a better output with Thomo in for petty   JVR and Clayton for I don’t know

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Loved the new feel about our side.

6 May - phenomenal game, inadvertently involved in two of their injuries.

5 Trac - when's the last time someone other than Fritta kicked four goals. Adjusted to new role well. May cost him the Brownlow but our forward line looked so much more dangerous and way better balanced.

4 JJ - Great to see him finally plonked in the guts and the number of times he weaved his way out of trouble was impressive.  His dominance as a matchwinner at VFL level gave him the confidence to be way more than the handbrake (Clint Bizkit's definition) he has been in his wing and high half-forward previously. Amazing what can happen when you try something different, hey Goody.

3 - Viney - usual courage and run. Our little Everready.

2 - Salem - Great run dow tackle at ket moment. Just wondered why Lever was allowed to take his free kick.

1 - Angus - Enjoyed more minutes in middle as well and seems to like variety, although he's best-suited for us as a reliable defender.

 

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6. May

5. Trac

4. Gus

3. Viney

2. Lever

1. Petty 

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34 minutes ago, 640MD said:

I thought these were very close

but apologies to Jordan Sparrow Melksham Hunter Langdon Rivers and Bowey

a raffle for the last two votes

we will get a better output with Thomo in for petty   JVR and Clayton for I don’t know

I thought Petty played well.

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2 hours ago, 640MD said:

I thought these were very close

but apologies to Jordan Sparrow Melksham Hunter Langdon Rivers and Bowey

a raffle for the last two votes

we will get a better output with Thomo in for petty   JVR and Clayton for I don’t know

Yep. I think Bowey is very stiff and could’ve really gone anywhere from 3-1 votes. 

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