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Captain Max Gawn has a considerable lead over reigning champion Christian Petracca in the Demonland Player of the Year Award. Steven May, Alex Neal-Bullen & Jack Viney make up the Top 5. Your votes for the loss against the Magpies. 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.

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Rubbish..... spin.....repeat ...

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6. Max 

5. TMac

4. JVR

3. Kozzie

2. Windsor

1. ANB

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12 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

6. JvR 

5. T Mac

4. ANB

3. Salem

2. Gawn

1. Rivers 

Dee Zephyr BOG!!

Showed more ticker replying to me than any of the players you voted for here.

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6 - Max by country mile.

5 - JvR 

4 - Riv

3 - Salem

2 - Kozzie 

1 - ANB

Our goal kicking was half censored again, Kozzie and Fritta could have gotten us back in the game but NO 3.8 between them, where is the Care where is the Dare where are the Skills?????????

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6. Gawn. Dominant around ground.

5. McDonald. Best defender today by miles, playing his best footy in years. 

4. JvR. Took lots of strong marks, not enough support by the other talls.

3. Langdon. Ran and actually was one of the players hardest at the ball today from Dees. 

2. Rivers. Some good run and carry at times.

1. Pickett. Not enough help from fellow midfielders or small forwards.

ANB stiff, did a good tag job but his general defensive work was missed in other parts of the ground because of his role.

 

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6 minutes ago, Lexinator said:

6. Gawn. Dominant around ground.

5. McDonald. Best defender today by miles, playing his best footy in years. 

4. JvR. Took lots of strong marks, not enough support by the other talls.

3. Langdon. Ran and actually was one of the players hardest at the ball today from Dees. 

2. Rivers. Some good run and carry at times.

1. Pickett. Not enough help from fellow midfielders or small forwards.

ANB stiff, did a good tag job but his general defensive work was missed in other parts of the ground because of his role.

 

Lost me at Langers.

Funny I thought it was his worst game yet.

Other choices were very good 

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3 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

Lost me at Langers.

Funny I thought it was his worst game yet.

Other choices were very good 

It's funny how someone can see it very different to each other, that's why I really like this thread 🙂

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I couldn’t bring myself to vote last weekend and I can only muster one name today and that’s Gawn 

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6 Gawn - clearly playing hurt in second half - but still the most dominant big on the ground.
5 ANB - shut down Walsh two weeks ago when sent to him after half time and his effort denying Daicos was superb and shows the value of tagging and not relying completely on a zone.

4 Salem - one of three mega impressive defenders for us - clean and quick to realise danger situations.

3 T-Mac - another strong game with some clever baulks. Lost Krueger early on one of his goals, but very reliable, although hard to understand why he ain't being sent forward when we are so bereft of form up there.

2 Rivers - possibly his best first quarter ever and constantly provided drive and aerial support.

1 JVR - our only aerial threat up forward once Trac got hurt. Makes you aware of how bad the others are going.

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