My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 11
B: Brayden Maynard (Magpies), Harris Andrews (Lions), Tom Stewart (Cats)
HB: Caleb Daniel (Bulldogs), Nathan Wilson (Dockers), Rory Laird (Crows)
C: Brad Hill (Dockers), Nat Fyfe (Dockers), Andrew Gaff (Eagles)
HF: Jack Ziebell (Kangaroos), Jack Darling (Eagles), Tom Hawkins (Cats)
FF: Andrew Mcgrath (Bombers), Ben Brown (Kangaroos), James Harmes (Demons)
Foll: Rowan Marshall (Saints), Stephen Coniglio (Giants), Jarryd Lyons (Lions)
Int: Darcy Parish (Bombers), Michael Walters (Dockers), Angus Brayshaw (Demons), Cameron Zurhaar (Kangaroos)
Brayden Maynard was one of the Magpies best players in Round 11. Harris Andrews helped provide run out of defence, Andrews used the ball well and was part of a back 6 that restricted the Hawks to 5 goals after quarter time. Tom Stewart was outstanding for the Cats. Caleb Daniel was a shinning light for the Bulldogs. Nathan Wilson was fantastic for the Dockers. Rory Laird provided plenty of run off a half back flank for the Crows.
Brad Hill and Nat Fyfe both helped the Dockers beat the Magpies. Andrew Gaff showed why he could win the Brownlow Medal this season.
Jack Ziebell displayed great leadership playing a key role in the Kangaroos upsetting the Tigers. Jack Darling kicked 6 goals, while Tom Hawkins kicked 4 goals. Andrew Mcgrath accumulated plenty of the ball playing a key role in the Bombers beating the Blues. Ben Brown managed to kick 5 goals for the Kangaroos. James Harmes played a pivotal role for the Demons.
Rowan Marshall played well despite the Saints being obliterated by the Power. Stephen Coniglio was probably the best player in the competition in Round 11. Jarryd Lyons helped the Lions beat the Hawks.
Darcy Parish played an important role for the Bombers. Michael Walters was a match winner for the Dockers. Angus Brayshaw played well for the Demons, while Cameron Zurhaar provided great pressure for the Kangaroos on the Tigers, Zurhaar finished the game with 11 tackles.