Category - 2012 – Round 17
Tom Lynch – 142
Tim McIntyre – 101
Chris Knights – 101
Richard Tambling – 100
Tom Lynch was picking everything off across half back with 35 touches and 16 marks to be named BOG for Glenelg in their loss to West Adelaide.
Richard Tambling was one of the top ball winners for Sturt with 27 touches and seven marks, while teammate Tim McIntyre was much better in front of goal this week, kicking 4.1 and overtaking fellow Crow Lewis Johnston (two goals) and former Blue Brad Fisher on top of the SANFL goal kicking. On the winning team in that bottom of the ladder clash Chris Knights had 26 touches and kicked 2.3 for Woodville-West Torrens.
Jarryd Lyons had his first game back in the seniors for Glenelg after a four week foot injury and two games on return in the reserves. He had 18 touches and kicked a goal.
No NEAFL stats available.
It was a pretty grim day for the Lions reserves. After they led all day and had a four goal lead with eight minutes to go they ended up going down to Gold Coast by eight points.
Once again Jordan Lisle showed really good form for the Lions reserves with five goals and a number of contested marks. His form has been good lately and as mentioned last week he’s pushing for his first game in Brisbane colours.
Cheynee Stiller was named BOG and picked up 36 touches mostly in the midfield after starting in defence. Steve Wrigley had 27 touches and kicked two goals, while Sam Docherty played as a full time midfielder for the second week in a row and picked up 26 touches.
Niall McKeever and Josh Green did their chances of a recall no harm with solid showings, while Patrick Karnezis was good with 28 touches.
Simon White – 91
Rhys O’Keeffe – 87
Mitch Carter – 86
The Northern Blues got a bit of a touch up from Port Melbourne and were kept away from the stats sheet a fair bit. Simon White, in his second game in the VFL Seniors from a knee injury was the best Carlton player on the day. He had 21 touches, six tackles and five marks.
Rhys O’Keeffe had 22 touches and five marks and Mitch Carter had 19 of his own, plus a goal. Luke Mitchell kicked pretty much half of their score with 4.1 in a promising performance. He had 10 possessions and five marks (four of them contested) on top of that.
Marty Clarke – 112
Luke Rounds – 93
Alan Didak – 90
Jackson Paine – 88
Simon Buckley – 85
I popped down to Victoria Park on Saturday morning and it was an ugly day for the Pies reserves against a Box Hill side that boasted Luke Hodge, Chance Bateman and Max Bailey. Luke Rounds was just about the only one that turned my head. He had 21 touches and eight marks in a BOG performance, albeit in a side that lost by 20 goals.
Alan Didak returned from his adductor injury and will be better for the run. He had 23 touches and pretty much just ticked a few km’s over in a performance he can build on to try and earn senior selection again. Unfortunately Nathan Buckley has already ruled him out of an AFL return this week and the Pies have a bye in the VFL.
Marty Clarke picked up 30 touches and while his numbers are good and he certainly didn’t play bad, it wasn’t a game that really had him banging the selection door down, in my opinion. I really liked Jackson Paine’s game. In a forward line that got very little supply he did well to pick up 15 touches, eight marks and his two goals was pretty much half of the teams total score.
Sam Lonergan – 126
Tayte Pears – 119
Elliott Kavanagh – 110
Brendan Lee – 98
Elliott Kavanagh is getting closer and closer to a debut after another strong showing, where he picked up 28 possessions and seven marks to be named BOG in a Bendigo side that narrowly went down to Sandringham.
Tayte Pears could come in to reinforce their defence after Cale Hooker got a bit of a touch up on Friday night. He 28 touches and 13 marks in the back line and was named second best.
Sam Lonergan and Brendan Lee were workmanlike as usual with 23 and 24 touches respectively. Lonergan had a game high eight tackles and Lee wasn’t far behind with six.
In his third game in the VFL Jason Winderlich was a bit more quiet this week with 14 touches, four marks and four tackles for 62 DT points.
Lachie Neale – 130
Peter Faulks – 87
Lachie Neale was BOG and the standout of the week for the Dockers with 35 touches and 11 marks in his first game for Swan Districts since Round 3 of the AFL season (was Round 4 in the WAFL). He would’ve been pretty fresh after being rested and then was the traveling emergency the following week.
Apart from that it was a pretty modest weekend for the Dockers with Peter Faulks competing OK, while picking up picking up 22 touches and eight marks for Peel Thunder.
Geelong VFL had a bye.
No NEAFL stats available.
Gold Coast staged a remarkable comeback to knock off top of the ladder arch rivals (can we call them that?) Brisbane. After being down by four goals late in the fourth they came back to win by eight points.
Reserves coach Shaun Hart couldn’t have been more complimentary of Sam Iles game and named him best on ground. Grossly unlucky defender Michael Coad returned from a thumb injury that had kept him out for six weeks swung forward to kick a key goal in the last quarter and was named in the best players. Alongside him was Steven May, who Hart also spoke glowingly of, was solid in defence.
Alik Magin and Jacob Gillbee were lively as small forwards, while Kyal Horsley, Andrew McQualter and Taylor Hine all put their names forward for selection with good games.
No NEAFL stats available.
The Giants only had eight listed players line up for their reserves on the weekend for a game in Wagga. With so many players being rested this late in the year their reserves are starting to consistently run very low on numbers.
Taylor Adams was one of those who did play and he led the way to be named BOG. Adam Tomlinson and Sam Schulz kicked three goals each. Tim Golds was productive in the midfield, while defender Jack Hombsch was also named in the best players.
For those wondering, Sam Darley was one of the players to line up, but I literally can’t find a comment on his game except to say that he played in it. An article on the Giants website lists Adam Kennedy and Tim Mohr as likely to return, while Steven Coniglio and Jeremy Cameron will be put through a test.
Brad Hill – 103
Luke Lowden – 101
Taylor Duryea – 90
Luke Hodge – 83
Max Bailey – 78
As mentioned above in the Collingwood report I went down to Vic Park for Collingwood vs. Box Hill. This young fellow, Liam Hodge really caught my eye as someone to watch out for the future. His poise in traffic and hardness of the contest really belied someone of his lack of experience – in fact, I’d never even heard of him! To be serious for a sec, his 24 touches in three quarters (sat out the last quarter) were awesome as you’d expect from Hodgey.
Chance Bateman had his first game back from a shoulder injury and Max Bailey his second from wrist surgery. Both looked in good touch with Bailey dominant in the ruck with 17 hitouts, while also snaring five marks (all contested) and ten touches. Young understudy Luke Lowden was also impressive with 17 touches, five marks, 14 hitouts and 3.2.
Brad Hill was electric, using his pace on the outside to his advantage and punishing the Pies all day. He had 26 touches, five marks and kicked three goals. Rookie listed Tom Schneider was injured in the first half and was seen walking the boundary with boots in hand at the start of the fourth quarter. Jarrad Boumann apparently got more kicks in the city later that night.
Casey Scorpions had a bye.
Aaron Edwards – 150
Ben Mabon – 99
Ben McKinley – 95
Cruize Garlett – 94
Luke Delaney – 89
There big scores for North Melbourne players were from their allotment of guys at North Ballarat, who easily accounted for Coburg. Aaron Edwards kicked 4.1 from his 29 touches and 15 marks in a BOG effort.
Luke Delaney and Cruize Garlett were both named in the best players as well, with Delaney controlling the backline with 20 touches and nine marks. Garlett had 25 touches in the midfield.
There weren’t quite as many big performances for Werribee, considering Williamstown held them to less than 300 possessions. Ben McKinley was their best with 17 touches, seven marks and 5.1. Cam Pedersen’s streak of seven straight games where he broke the ton ended with an 84.
Ben Jacobs – 98
Steven Salopek – 94
Jarrad Redden – 39
For the second week in a row the best performance for the Power probably came from Mitch Banner playing for Port Magpies reserves on his return from an eight week knee injury. He had 28 touches, eight marks and kicked 3.2 and should be lining up for Magpies seniors this Friday night.
In that Magpies senior team Ben Jacobs and Steven Salopek were both named in the best players. Jacobs was their top ball winner with 29 possessions in a massive upset over Central District. Salopek had 18 touches, ten marks and kicked two goals.
Unfortunately for those hoping for Jarrad Redden to force his way back into the lineup he would look set to only get a game based on structure rather than merit, as he had only six possessions and 15 hitouts. For those wondering about Darren Pfeiffer his club Norwood had a bye.
David Astbury – 101
Angus Graham – 98
It was a pretty average day for Coburg, who were trounced by North Ballarat. David Astbury continues his return from a knee injury with 26 touches and nine marks in defence.
Angus Graham dominated the hitouts with 46, which made up about half of his AFL Dream Team score, with the other half his 15 possessions and six marks. Brad Miller was a commanding presence with 15 touches and nine marks for 71 DT points. There was only seven Richmond listed players playing for Coburg.
Dean Polo – 121
Seb Ross – 116
Raph Clarke – 101
Tom Ledger – 94
Seb Ross had a cracking game in the midfield with 31 touches, four marks and five tackles. He got within range a couple of times, but finished with 0.2. His 116 DT was a season high.
Tom Ledger was the next highest ball winner of Saints listed players with 28. He was a machine around the stoppages with 10 clearances, however he was very wasteful, kicking at 30%.
Dean Polo found a bit of space and managed 22 possessions, with nine marks and 2.1, while Raph Clarke was named BOG for his work in defence picking up 24 touches and nine marks.
No NEAFL stats available.
As they often do, the Swans chalked up a 20 goal win on the weekend. It’s not uncommon for them to rack up a cricket score that the West Indies or Hachim Amla would be happy to take as a first innings total.
Trent Dennis-Lane kicked seven goals was active up forward and kicked seven goals to be named BOG. There’s been many occasions where TDL has kicked a massive bag in these sorts of games, but not featured in the best six at all, so it’s fair to say his pressure acts must have been up there too.
Jesse White dominated in the air and ended up with six goals playing as a ruck who floated forward. Luke Parker got a second run under his belt (third best) on return from his collarbone injury and should be fine for senior selection this week.
Jed Lamb arguably had his best game for the season and finished with three goals, while Tom Mitchell showed positive signs in the midfield. Tommy Walsh sat out the second half to be emergency standby for the seniors.
Jeremy McGovern – 127
Koby Stevens – 109
Simon Tunbridge – 89
Brad Dick – 85
On this return to the WAFL Koby Stevens was named BOG for East Freo with 25 touches seven marks and two goals. Unfortunately from a fantasy perspective the ship has sailed on him with a couple of minor price rises and a lack of job security. Off the top of my head this year he and Addam Maric would probably be in contention for the “Kermit” award being sub in the highest percentage of games (not counting one or two gamers).
Brad Dick would have to be getting close to making his Eagles debut with some really good form recently. His class hasn’t diminished even if several of his ligaments have over the years. On the weekend he had 15 touches and kicked 4.4 for East Freo.
Rookie listed Jeremy McGovern had a strong game for Claremont with 17 touches, a career high 11 marks and three goals. He was maybe a bit stiff to not be named in the bests, but Claremont did have a 20 goal win so a few blokes did their bit.
After an ankle injury that has seen him out of the AFL since Round 5, Ash Smith is starting to get some continuity in his game. He initially missed five weeks, came back for one WAFL game but sat out the next two with the same issue. He has now played three games in a row for Perth and will be fighting to win a spot back for the Eagles finals campaign.
Jason Johannisen – 83
Fletcher Roberts – 82
Liam Jones – 78
Tom Campbell – 67
The Williamstown vs. Werribee game wasn’t massive on fantasy scores in general. Williamstown got away with a two point win after a late Zephanniah Skinner goal.
Recently promoted rookie Jason Johannisen was the top AFL Dream Team scorer of Bulldogs listed players with 83. With his upgrade this week he’ll be in the mix for selection. Jimmy mooted the possibility of his debut two weeks ago in his article about last ditch downgrades. Johannisen is an outside midfielder with pace who has averaged 85.6 in his last five VFL games (excluding a game he got injured in the first few minutes).
First year key defender Fletcher Roberts was resolute and also got on the stats sheet with 19 touches, four marks and four tackles for his highest fantasy output this year. Liam Jones was good up front with three goals, while Tom Campbell’s 31 hitouts was more than three Werribee ruckmen could muster between them.
Well another week has gone by, and another week where Dan is edging ever so close to me.
I’ve pretty much accepted the inevitable. He will most likely beat me this season, which is sad. I’ve run out of trades, but I still think my team is slightly better while it remains healthy.
I haven’t really kicked up much of a fuss this season in regards to complaining about my team, but I’ve been absolutely murdered by injuries, players getting dropped, and suspended. Luckily no one’s gone to jail yet.
Normally I’m a pretty astute trader, so it’s unlike me to run out of trades so early. Looking back, half of my trades have been sideways, which is really depressing. Also take into account the fact I didn’t trade until the end of round four. The year that could’ve been….
On to the footy, and some of you would’ve known I made Brent Stanton captain at the last minute. DON’T ASK ME WHY! Was it the thrill? Chasing points? I don’t bloody know. All I know is it was my worst decision of the season.
It was a brain fade, a lesson learnt, whatever you want to call it. I don’t understand my thought process at the time. I wasn’t drunk.
Dane Swan, I am sorry, and you will be my captain for the rest of the season.
And Brent Stanton, you suck. Where are these 150 scores you promised? OVER IT!
I intended to watch the entire game, but I could only handle on half of Stanton and the temptation to go out and hopefully find a nice girl was too great.
Stevie Johnson helped ease the pain, until I checked his final score in the middle of the dance floor and I was instantly depressed. He was on track for a record breaker. I still don’t know what his injury is, but hopefully it’s not too serious.
Hands up if you own Scott Pendlebury, Dane Swan, Dayne Beams and Steele Sidebottom. The Pies can get smashed and they still rack it up. They love giving each other the ball, it’s awesome.
I don’t know what hand injury Patty Dangerfield had, but whatever glove he was wearing, it worked. Michael Jackson’s perhaps?
I was genuinely worried about the Andrew Raines tag on Gary Ablett. Who was I trying to kid? The guy’s a superstar for a reason. Andrew Raines, pfft.
Andrew Carrazzo went to Matthew Boyd on Saturday night, and boy did that just ruin everything. They both couldn’t score. Why would you tag Boyd over Ryan Griffen? Someone, please explain. Oh, it’s Brett Ratten.
Will you ever pick Shane Mumford anymore/ever? I doubt I will in the future. He’s just a walking disaster right now. Can score like the best of them, but unlucky things just happen around him.
Brendon Goddard is frustrating the hell out of me. I was at the Richmond game, so I didn’t watch, but you don’t even have to watch to know he isn’t doing enough.
Trent Cotchin is amazing. I very much doubt the fact he won’t be in my team next season, based on just pure principle. He is just awesome to watch. The man love is at an all time high.
What’s there to say about the Fremantle vs GWS game? Hmm not much, apart from the fact I’m ruing that I picked Adam Goodes over Matthew Pavlich at the start of the season. Super Pav just gets it done. He would’ve been nice and unique too.
That’s it folks! Discuss away.
Let’s get the week cooking on Footy Tragic with our Winners & Wieners from Round 17.
Who made your emotions stir on the weekend?
KP’s wrap will be up first thing Tuesday morning.
GEELONG CATS V ESSENDON
ES – Fri Jul 20, 7:50pm
B: Joel Corey, Tom Lonergan, Matthew Scarlett
HB: Harry Taylor, Josh Hunt, Corey Enright
C: Andrew Mackie, James Kelly, Taylor Hunt
HF: Billie Smedts, Tom Hawkins, Steven Motlop
F: Paul Chapman, Josh Walker, Mitch Duncan
Foll: Trent West, Joel Selwood, Steve Johnson
I/C: Mathew Stokes, Jackson Sheringham, Cameron Guthrie, Jordan Murdoch
Emg: Mitch Brown, George Horlin-Smith, Jordan Schroder
In: Jordan Murdoch
Out: Allen Christensen (Shoulder)
B: Jake Melksham, Dustin Fletcher, Cale Hooker
HB: Kyle Hardingham, Jake Carlisle, Mark Baguley
C: Courtenay Dempsey, Jobe Watson, Dyson Heppell
HF: Alwyn Davey, Stewart Crameri, Leroy Jetta
F: Scott Gumbleton, Tom Bellchambers, Angus Monfries
Foll: David Hille, Brent Stanton, Ricky Dyson
I/C: Nathan Lovett-Murray, David Myers, Ben Howlett, Cory Dell’Olio
Emg: Sam Lonergan, Tayte Pears, Alex Browne
In: Angus Monfries, Stewart Crameri
Out: Kyle Reimers (Hamstring), Michael Hibberd (Quad)
COLLINGWOOD V HAWTHORN
MCG – Sat Jul 21, 1:45pm
B: Heritier O’Brien, Nathan Brown, Chris Tarrant
HB: Nick Maxwell, Ben Reid, Alan Toovey
C: Ben Sinclair, Dale Thomas, Jarryd Blair
HF: Scott Pendlebury, Chris Dawes, Heath Shaw
F: Dayne Beams, Travis Cloke, Tyson Goldsack
Foll: Darren Jolly, Dane Swan, Steele Sidebottom
I/C: Tom Young, Alex Fasolo, Paul Seedsman, Jamie Elliott
Emg: Martin Clarke, Simon Buckley, Caolan Mooney
In: Tom Young, Paul Seedsman
Out: Martin Clarke, Simon Buckley
B: Kyle Cheney, Stephen Gilham, Benjamin Stratton
HB: Matt Suckling, Josh Gibson, Grant Birchall
C: Clinton Young, Sam Mitchell, Jordan Lewis
HF: Brendan Whitecross, Ryan Schoenmakers, Jack Gunston
F: Paul Puopolo, Jarryd Roughead, Cyril Rioli
Foll: David Hale, Shaun Burgoyne, Brad Sewell
I/C: Liam Shiels, Luke Breust, Thomas Murphy, Isaac Smith
Emg: Max Bailey, Shane Savage, Bradley Hill
ADELAIDE V WEST COAST EAGLES
AS – Sat Jul 21, 1:40pm
B: Brodie Smith, Ben Rutten, Michael Doughty
HB: Nathan van Berlo, Daniel Talia, Brent Reilly
C: David Mackay, Scott Thompson, Bernie Vince
HF: Richard Douglas, Kurt Tippett, Jared Petrenko
F: Jason Porplyzia, Josh Jenkins, Matthew Wright
Foll: Sam Jacobs, Rory Sloane, Patrick Dangerfield
I/C: Graham Johncock, Brad Symes, Andy Otten, Ian Callinan
Emg: Chris Knights, Luke Brown, Lewis Johnston
In: Michael Doughty, Graham Johncock, Kurt Tippett, Brad Symes, Andy Otten, Jared Petrenko
Out: Chris Knights, Brodie Martin (Hamstring), Ricky Henderson (Ankle), Sam Shaw (Eye), Tom Lynch, Luke Brown
Milestones: Bernie Vince – 100 games, Jared Petrenko – 50 games
West Coast Eagles
B: Beau Waters, Darren Glass, Eric Mackenzie
HB: Shannon Hurn, Will Schofield, Sam Butler
C: Matthew Rosa, Matthew Priddis, Andrew Gaff
HF: Adam Selwood, Jack Darling, Chris Masten
F: Patrick McGinnity, Quinten Lynch, Dean Cox
Foll: Nic Naitanui, Scott Selwood, Daniel Kerr
I/C: Brad Sheppard, Ashton Hams, Jacob Brennan, Murray Newman
Emg: Koby Stevens, Fraser McInnes, Thomas Swift
In: Quinten Lynch, Beau Waters, Ashton Hams
Out: Mitch Brown, Koby Stevens, Thomas Swift
GOLD COAST SUNS V BRISBANE LIONS
MS – Sat Jul 21, 4:40pm
Gold Coast Suns
B: Maverick Weller, Charlie Dixon, Trent McKenzie
HB: Matt Shaw, Matthew Warnock, Jarrod Harbrow
C: David Swallow, Gary Ablett, Harley Bennell
HF: Liam Patrick, Tom Lynch, Brandon Matera
F: Luke Russell, Sam Day, Jared Brennan
Foll: Zac Smith, Karmichael Hunt, Michael Rischitelli
I/C: Campbell Brown, Dion Prestia, Josh Caddy, Josh Hall
Emg: Jackson Allen, Aaron Hall, Kyal Horsley
In: Luke Russell, Tom Lynch
Out: Daniel Stanley (Suspension), Aaron Hall
B: Ryan Harwood, Matt Maguire, Josh Drummond
HB: Jed Adcock, Joel Patfull, Pearce Hanley
C: Elliot Yeo, Simon Black, Ryan Lester
HF: Rohan Bewick, Jonathan Brown, Dayne Zorko
F: Aaron Cornelius, Todd Banfield, Daniel Merrett
Foll: Ben Hudson, Tom Rockliff, Andrew Raines
I/C: James Polkinghorne, Jack Redden, Jared Polec, Jack Crisp
Emg: Amon Buchanan, Claye Beams, Patrick Karnezis
In: Jared Polec, Ryan Lester
Out: Daniel Rich (Suspension), Patrick Karnezis
Milestones: Pearce Hanley – 50 games, Todd Banfield – 50 games
MELBOURNE V PORT ADELAIDE
TIO – Sat Jul 21, 7:10pm
B: Daniel Nicholson, James Frawley, Colin Garland
HB: Joel Macdonald, Tom McDonald, Jack Grimes
C: Rohan Bail, Colin Sylvia, Sam Blease
HF: Ricky Petterd, Stefan Martin, Jeremy Howe
F: James Magner, Jared Rivers, Brad Green
Foll: Jake Spencer, Jack Trengove, Nathan Jones
I/C: Lynden Dunn, James Strauss, Neville Jetta, Thomas Couch
Emg: Matthew Bate, Jordan Gysberts, James Sellar
In: Lynden Dunn, Jake Spencer, Neville Jetta, James Magner
Out: Matthew Bate, Mark Jamar (Calf), Jamie Bennell (Knee), Jordie McKenzie (Groin)
B: Paul Stewart, Alipate Carlile, Jackson Trengove
HB: Domenic Cassisi, Troy Chaplin, Tom Logan
C: Kane Cornes, Travis Boak, Matthew Broadbent
HF: Danyle Pearce, Justin Westhoff, Andrew Moore
F: Brett Ebert, Daniel Stewart, John McCarthy
Foll: Matthew Lobbe, Bradley Ebert, Matt Thomas
I/C: Jasper Pittard, Aaron Young, Thomas Jonas, Chad Wingard
Emg: David Rodan, Brent Renouf, Darren Pfeiffer
In: Domenic Cassisi, Jasper Pittard
Out: Jarrad Redden, Darren Pfeiffer
WESTERN BULLDOGS V CARLTON
ES – Sat Jul 21, 7:40pm
B: Patrick Veszpremi, Brian Lake, Robert Murphy
HB: Lindsay Gilbee, Mark Austin, Christian Howard
C: Daniel Cross, Matthew Boyd, Mitchell Wallis
HF: Ryan Griffen, Ayce Cordy, Daniel Giansiracusa
F: Luke Dahlhaus, Tom L. Williams, Shaun Higgins
Foll: William Minson, Thomas Liberatore, Liam Picken
I/C: Jarrad Grant, Jason Tutt, Nathan Djerrkura, Daniel Pearce
Emg: Ryan Hargrave, Jordan Roughead, Zephaniah Skinner
In: Daniel Giansiracusa, Jarrad Grant, Patrick Veszpremi, Daniel Pearce, Mark Austin
Out: Ryan Hargrave, Lukas Markovic (Hamstring), Justin Sherman, Clay Smith (Calf), Tory Dickson (Adductor)
B: Paul Bower, Michael Jamison, Aaron Joseph
HB: Andrew McInnes, Nick Duigan, Christopher Yarran
C: Bryce Gibbs, Mitch Robinson, Heath Scotland
HF: Jeffrey Garlett, Matthew Watson, Eddie Betts
F: Dennis Armfield, Bret Thornton, Andrew Collins
Foll: Levi Casboult, Marc Murphy, Andrew Carrazzo
I/C: Jordan Russell, Brock McLean, Edward Curnow, Tom Bell
Emg: David Ellard, Simon White, Frazer Dale
In: Paul Bower, Jordan Russell, Bret Thornton, Levi Casboult, Tom Bell
Out: Andrew Walker (Calf), Chris Judd (Suspension), Matthew Kreuzer (Hip), Lachlan Henderson (Groin), Kane Lucas (Hamstring)
New: Levi Casboult (Dandenong Stingrays), Tom Bell (Morningside)
SYDNEY SWANS V ST KILDA
SCG – Sun Jul 22, 1:10pm
B: Rhyce Shaw, Heath Grundy, Alex Johnson
HB: Nicholas Smith, Ted Richards, Martin Mattner
C: Daniel Hannebery, Jude Bolton, Lewis Jetta
HF: Craig Bird, Sam Reid, Ben McGlynn
F: Jarrad McVeigh, Adam Goodes, Ryan O’Keefe
Foll: Shane Mumford, Josh P. Kennedy, Kieren Jack
I/C: Nick Malceski, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Mike Pyke, Andrejs Everitt
Emg: Trent Dennis-Lane, Tony Armstrong, Tommy Walsh
B: Jarryn Geary, Tom Simpkin, James Gwilt
HB: Sean Dempster, Sam Fisher, Sam Gilbert
C: Nick Dal Santo, David Armitage, Brendon Goddard
HF: Ahmed Saad, Nick Riewoldt, Jason Gram
F: Stephen Milne, Justin Koschitzke, Jack Steven
Foll: Ben McEvoy, Lenny Hayes, Leigh Montagna
I/C: Clinton Jones, Adam Schneider, Arryn Siposs, Sam Dunell
Emg: Farren Ray, Terry Milera, Beau Wilkes
In: Brendon Goddard, Jack Steven
Out: Farren Ray, Beau Wilkes
RICHMOND V NORTH MELBOURNE
MCG – Sun Jul 22, 3:15pm
B: Steven Morris, Alex Rance, Chris Newman
HB: Bachar Houli, Kelvin Moore, Matt Dea
C: Shaun Grigg, Trent Cotchin, Brett Deledio
HF: Dustin Martin, Brad Miller, Shane Edwards
F: Luke McGuane, Jack Riewoldt, Robin Nahas
Foll: Ivan Maric, Reece Conca, Shane Tuck
I/C: Jayden Post, Brandon Ellis, Brett O’Hanlon, Addam Maric
Emg: Angus Graham, Jeromey Webberley, Brad Miller
In: Daniel Jackson, Jayden Post, Dustin Martin, Ivan Maric
Out: Angus Graham, Jeromey Webberley, Jake Batchelor (Leg), Tom Derickx
B: Scott McMahon, Scott Thompson, Michael Firrito
HB: Shaun Atley, Nathan Grima, Jamie Macmillan
C: Ryan Bastinac, Daniel Wells, Sam Gibson
HF: Lindsay Thomas, Robert Tarrant, Samuel Wright
F: Lachlan Hansen, Drew Petrie, Kieran Harper
Foll: Todd Goldstein, Andrew Swallow, Brent Harvey
I/C: Leigh Adams, Matt Campbell, Liam Anthony, Ben Cunnington
Emg: Levi Greenwood, Cruize Garlett, Cameron Pedersen
In: Ben Cunnington
Out: Jack Ziebell (Suspension)
Milestones: Ryan Bastinac – 50 games
FREMANTLE V GWS GIANTS
PS – Sun Jul 22, 2:40pm
B: Lee Spurr, Luke McPharlin, Adam McPhee
HB: Garrick Ibbotson, Michael Johnson, David Mundy
C: Tendai Mzungu, Ryan Crowley, Dylan Roberton
HF: Michael Walters, Kepler Bradley, Stephen Hill
F: Hayden Ballantyne, Matthew Pavlich, Matthew de Boer
Foll: Jonathon Griffin, Michael Barlow, Clancee Pearce
I/C: Paul Duffield, Nick Suban, Zachary Clarke, Cameron Sutcliffe
Emg: Jay van Berlo, Jesse Crichton, Peter Faulks
In: Nick Suban, Zachary Clarke
Out: Christopher Mayne (Calf), Greg Broughton (Back)
B: Luke Power, Phil Davis, Curtly Hampton
HB: Steve Clifton, Josh Bruce, Tomas Bugg
C: Tom Scully, Callan Ward, WIlliam Hoskin-Elliot
HF: Rhys Palmer, Nick Haynes, Sam Frost
F: Gerald Ugle, Israel Folau, Mark Whiley
Foll: Jonathan Giles, Adam Treloar, Toby Greene
I/C: Kurt Aylett, Anthony Miles, Jacob Townsend, Nathan Wilson
Emg: Sam Darley, Shaun Edwards, Andrew Phillips
In: Kurt Aylett, Josh Bruce, Tomas Bugg, Jonathan Giles, Anthony Miles, Jacob Townsend, Gerald Ugle, Mark Whiley, WIlliam Hoskin-Elliot, Sam Frost
Out: Jeremy Cameron (Back), Sam Darley, Shaun Edwards, Jonathon Patton, Stephen Coniglio (Back), Taylor Adams, Devon Smith, Dean Brogan (rested), Chad Cornes (rested), Adam Kennedy (Illness)
New: Kurt Aylett (Nth. Ballarat Rebels U18), Gerald Ugle (Perth (WA)), Sam Frost (Sandringham Dragons)