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VOTES: Rd 02 vs Hawthorn

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6 - Tracc great 4 quarter game

5 - Fritta  excellent effort on Sicily

4 - Captain Max

3 - Alex

2 - Spaz

1 - Langdon

Then Kozzie, Salo, Riv & Howes

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6. Petracca

5. Fritsch

4. Kozzie

3. ANB

2. Gawn

1. JVR


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Difficult to choose today as it was a very even TEAM effort.

6 Petracca - powerful, positive delivery forward, handy goal

5 Oliver - broke a very heavy tag and his disposal and option taking greatly improved

4 Max - leadership and persistence. 
3 Viney - always there when the chips are down

2 Kozzie - actually held his marks and great options
1 Salem - rekaibke and hard to beat

Apologies  multiple including (though not exhaustive) Tom McD, Frittata, ANB, Sparrow, McVee, Billings et al

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6: Petracca

5: Gawn

4: Langdon

3: ANB

2: Fritsch

1: Pickett

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By the numbers

6 Christian Petracca

5 Max Gawn 

4 Christian Salem

3 Alex Neal-Bullen

2 Tom Sparrow

1 Bayley Fritsch

Honourable mentions 

Kysaiah Pickett

Clayton Oliver

Ed Langdon

Blake Howes

Jack Billings

Trent Rivers

Harrison Petty


Has the 50 metre penalty for belated unduly rough play been jettisoned? Or is it open season to physically target the opposition’s ️ players? What was once policed (albeit inconsistently), has become nothing to see here. Priority it appears is given to the next sponsor placement.

Media Broadcast

Watched today’s game with no commentary and an alternative soundtrack. When the Fox commentary  team appeared Gerard, Dwayne, Jason et al, the Stones were pumping out “Brown Sugar”.  Piggy whatever the match situation would always find a positive about the hawks. So cliche.

Opposition Hyperbole watch

If young Watson is the new ‘Wizard’. After an errant goal kicking performance. (One solitary goal since debut). Mediocrity it appears transcends merit.

Overall comment

Despite losing some key players to injury, an admirable team performance. Replacements were activated or switched. Seamlessly, not missing a beat, the Demons left the carcass of the (formerly great) hawks, bereft in the MCG dust.

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Another week, another new leader and last year’s winner is back on top.

27. Christian Petracca 
25. Steven May 
21. Max Gawn
20. Jack Viney 
19. Bayley Fritsch 
18. Clayton Oliver 
12. Christian Salem
11 Blake Howes 
10. Jack Billings Alex Neal-Bullen
4. Judd McVee 
3. Kysaiah Pickett 
2. Kade Chandler Tom Sparrow Adam Tomlinson
1. Jake Bowey Ed Langdon Caleb Windsor 

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6. Trac

5. Fritsch

4. Koz

3. Nibbles

2. Lingers

1. Viney

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11 hours ago, picket fence said:

6 Tracc

5 Gawn

4 Langford


2 Fritta

1 Windsor... Thats right I thought he was Great

Blast from the past

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