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6, 5 and 4 Max the Magnificent - a superlative all-round display.

3 Petracca - but where was he in the first half?

2 Oliver - worked hard but not always effectively.

1 Lever - some good intercepts.

0 - the entire forward line.

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6 Gawn - Beaten in the first few plays by Cox but once Brayshaw went down just lifted and showed just amazing leadership.

5 Sparrow - with Trac and Viney quiet in the first half, Sparrow was just so hard at it and  showed what a bull he is. This game showed that he is now an elite midfielder. He's not as clean as others, but he's just so tough.

4 May - just a general down back and held firm all night with one or two exceptions.

3 Petracca - quiet first half but lifted and was just amazing in the final term - albeit with a couple of generous frees.

2 McVee - Just so smooth and our only defender with the pace to go on Hill after his early onslaught. Such was the quality of his work, it makes you wonder how come Salem is getting a game.

1 Oliver - prolific so he gets a vote, but there was a lot of 2017 Olly back in his game. he didn't seemed to sense when to go forward and when not to and I am still trying to remember when he hit a forward on the lead. As for his shot on goal it just lacked confidence from the outset with a couple of stutter steps. He just has to go to bed and realise  that when he's positive he's the best player in the game and he's allowed to make mistakes if he's trying to make the matchwinning pass.

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6. Gawn - easily the best player on the ground.  I still believe he'll lead this team to the 2023 flag.

5. Sparrow - this guy is a true warrior.  His second half was excellent and he stepped up in Brayshaw's absence

4. May - controlled the back half along with...

3. Bowey - a really good rebound game.

2. Petracca - a frustrating game I thought.  Lacked intensity early but came rattling home.

1. Oliver - just on weight of numbers.  I'm not sure why he has reintroduced the 2017 circle work back into his game. Needs to drive hard forward.

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1 hour ago, Deeoldfart said:

6.  Gawn   
5.  Petracca
4.  May
3.  Bowey
2.  Oliver. 
1.  Neal-Bullen

I’m with you Dof that sounds about right.!!

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6. Gawn

The distance between Earth and Mars to the next player

5. Oliver (but please don't kick a 55 metre drop punt to the same place EVERY time you kick inside F50)

4. Petracca (I rated him a bit lower due to ineffective 1st half)

3. Bowey

2. May

1. Sparrow

I do not understand people voting for Kozzie. He was appalling for much of the night with little intensity, looking disinterested, or more interesting in tackling and bumping after the event, rather than getting the ball. He is a real worry in finals for some reason.

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Why does Lever get votes?

He butchered it in the first quarter.

Never tackled and managed only 3 narky with 11 touches. Got in Mays way a couple of times too.

Also Sparrow was horrible the first half. 

 

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Tracc's got this

 255. Christian Petracca
196. Jack Viney
144. Clayton Oliver
107. Max Gawn
99. Angus Brayshaw
88. Steven May
68. Trent Rivers
64. Jake Lever
59. Lachie Hunter
58. Kysaiah Pickett
46. Christian Salem
40. Brodie Grundy
34. Jake Bowey Bayley Fritsch
28. Alex Neal-Bullen Tom Sparrow
27. Ed Langdon
24. Judd McVee
19. Jake Melksham
18. Kade Chandler
16. Harry Petty
13. Jacob van Rooyen
9. Ben Brown
8. Charlie Spargo
5. Tom McDonald
4. Michael Hibberd
3. James Jordon Adam Tomlinson

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29 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Tracc's got this

 255. Christian Petracca
196. Jack Viney
144. Clayton Oliver
107. Max Gawn
99. Angus Brayshaw
88. Steven May
68. Trent Rivers
64. Jake Lever
59. Lachie Hunter
58. Kysaiah Pickett
46. Christian Salem
40. Brodie Grundy
34. Jake Bowey Bayley Fritsch
28. Alex Neal-Bullen Tom Sparrow
27. Ed Langdon
24. Judd McVee
19. Jake Melksham
18. Kade Chandler
16. Harry Petty
13. Jacob van Rooyen
9. Ben Brown
8. Charlie Spargo
5. Tom McDonald
4. Michael Hibberd
3. James Jordon Adam Tomlinson

Concerning that 3rd and 4th missed decent chunks of the season

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