AFL Round 2 My Team of the Week

My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 2

B: Jarrod Harbrow (Suns), Sam Collins (Suns), Ricky Henderson (Hawks)
HB:
Jack Crisp (Magpies), Jeremy Mcgovern (Eagles), Matthew Suckling (Bulldogs)
C:
Lachie Hunter (Bulldogs), Lachie Neale (Lions), Jack Macrae (Bulldogs)
HF:
Aaron Hall (Kangaroos), Tory Dickson (Bulldogs), Brad Ebert (Power)
FF:
Charles Cameron (Lions), Jack Gunston (Hawks), Jordan De Goey (Magpies)
Foll: Scott Lycett (Power), Ben Cunnington (Kangaroos), Mitch Wallis (Bulldogs)
Int: Angus Brayshaw (Demons), Josh Schache (Bulldogs), Matt Taberner (Dockers), Travis Colyer (Dockers)


Backs

Jarrod Harbrow provided plenty of run out of the backline for the Suns, while Sam Collins curtailed the influence of the Dockers forward line. Ricky Henderson showed his versatility as he started out in the back pocket. Jack Crisp not only accumulated plenty of the ball, but made an impact on the contest. Jeremy Mcgovern was a pivotal part of the Eagles having a comfortable victory over the Giants. Matthew Suckling utilized his prodigious kicking skills to help the Bulldogs beat the Hawks.

 Midfielders

Lachie Hunter and Lachie Neale played very well for their respective teams winning plenty of the ball. Jack Macrae was prolific for the Bulldogs.

 Forwards

Aaron Hall was a big reason why the Kangaroos nearly won the game against the Lions. Tory Dickson was outstanding finishing the game with 3 goals and 20 possessions. Brad Ebert embraced his new role of playing forward. Charles Cameron managed to kick some important goals. Jack Gunston kicked 4 goals for the Hawks, Gunston played his role for the team. Jordan De Goey inclusion in the team of the week was a no brainer, as he finished the game with 5 goals.

Followers

Scott Lycett was outstanding for the Power with 25 possessions. Ben Cunnington was prolific for the Kangaroos, while Mitch Wallis led from the front for the Bulldogs.

 Interchange

Angus Brayshaw showed great endeavour for the Demons. Josh Schache kicked 4 vital goals for the Bulldogs, while Matt Taberner showed that he should be a permanent part of the Dockers best 22 and Travis Colyer substantiated why the Dockers recruited him.

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