My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 20
This team consists of players that performed well enough to make my team of the week.
B: Dane Rampe (Swans), Alex Rance (Tigers), Aliir Aliir (Swans)
HB: Jason Johannisen (Bulldogs), Tom Doedee (Crows), Jarrad Mcveigh (Swans)
C: Joel Selwood (Cats), Clayton Oliver (Demons), Dayne Zorko (Lions)
HF: Tim Kelly (Cats), Lance Franklin (Swans), Josh Kelly (Giants)
FF: Marcus Bontempelli (Bulldogs), Josh Jenkins (Crows), Robbie Gray (Power)
Foll: Brodie Grundy (Magpies), Patrick Dangerfield (Cats), Sebastian Ross (Saints)
Int: Jack Gunston (Hawks), Tom Mitchell (Hawks), Zach Merrett (Bombers), Hugh Mcgluggage (Lions)
Dane Rampe won a lot of the ball and played a solid game. Alex Rance effectively curtailed the influence of Tom Hawkins of the Cats, keeping him to one goal. Aliir Aliir provided a lot of run out of defence for the Swans. Jason Johannisen had an impressive forty-two possessions. Tom Doedee was one of the better players for the Crows. Jarrad Mcveigh proved that his time as an AFL player may not be up with a quality performance.
Joel Selwood proved what an important part of the Cats team he is with an impressive thirty-seven disposals. Clayton Oliver was arguably the Demons best player, while Dayne Zorko could get the three votes on Brownlow Medal night in the Lions Clash with the Kangaroos, in spite of the Lions losing the game.
Tim Kelly proved that he may well be the recruit of the year with a sublime display last Friday night. Lance Franklin returned to form with six goals. Josh Kelly accumulated forty-one possessions against the Blues. Marcus Bontempelli managed to kick four goals. Josh Jenkins kicked three goals and was also impressive defensively with seven tackles. Robbie Gray had an outstanding game with four goals.
Brodie Grundy was dominant for the Magpies, despite being in the losing side against the Swans. Patrick Dangerfield returned to form winning plenty of the ball. Sebastian Ross was a shining light for the Saints.
Jack Gunston managed to kick five goals. Tom Mitchell and Zach Merrett collected over forty possessions, while Hugh Mcgluggage played an outstanding game.
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