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Last week Captain Max Gawn consolidated his lead over reigning champion Christian Petracca in the Demonland Player of the Year Award. Steven May, Jake Lever, Jack Viney & Clayton Oliver make up the Top 5. Your votes for the loss against the Blues. 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.


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6 Petracca.  5 goals.  Tried his hardest.  Nothing in the first quarter then so dangerous up forward. 

5 ANB. Cracked in all night.  All night. Some silly handballs but ran ran ran. 

4. Gawn.  Heart of a Lion. Just lifted and was scragged and held all night. 

3 Sparrow   Much improved.  Conditions suited him.  He gave 100%.  Ran hard.  

2 May.  Only beaten on 1-2 occasions.  Just steady all night.  Loved his composure under pressure. 

1.  JV7. Heart and soul all night.  Just have 300% 

special mentions.  

RIV.👍🏻 . The run.  The energy.  Overlap kicking.
Bowey 👍🏻  Composed    

Lingers  👍🏻 just covered so much ground   

Windsor. 👍🏻The run. The run. Soccer goal was special 

Néed to do more.🥶🥶  Petty. Chin.  JVR. Fritta.  Pickett.  Howes.  

Off night. Tmcd🤢🤢

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Honorable mention to Woewodin for 9 disposal, 3 marks and a tackle in less than a quarter.


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6.  Petracca      
5.  ANB        
4.  Langdon      
3.  Rivers    
2.  Windsor
1.   May

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Posted (edited)

6. Trac

5. ANB

4. May

3. Rivers

2. Gawn

1. Windsor

Edited by jane02
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6 Petracca- what a game as our full forward - kicked five and set up at least four others - plus was sent to the bench every time he kicked a goal in first three quarters - that way Goody made sure we didn’t get a run on. 
5 ANB - what a super job after half time shutting down Walsh.

4 May - with Lever beaten early and T-Mac making howlers - Maysie was our best defender.

3 Viney - with Olly well beaten by Cripps and co and Gawny negated,  it was up to our G&D man to spark us up in the middle.

2 Langdon - I really loved his run all night - made a mockery of Hollands early and then played half forward with ANB tagging.

1 Sparrow - would have been in our best three if he lowered his eyes a few times.

honorable mention to Rooey who was almost in our best six.




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6 CP5


4 Max

3 JV7

2 Windsor

1 May

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Petracca 6

May 5


Viney 3

Langdon 2

Gawn 1

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6 - Tracc attack

5 - Alex in and under Neal- Bullen

4 - Steven Stonewall May

3 - Jack Braveheart Viney 

2 - Ed running man Langdon

1 - Max Not the umps friend Gawn

Apologies to Tom Sparrow, Trent Rivers, Duke Windsor, Jake Bowey, Jack Billings, Blake Howes, Jacob v R and special mention to Taj Woewodin who impacted immediately when given the opportunity. A great second half by the Dees if only there were some decent umps out there.

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