AFL Round 15 My Team of the Week

My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 15

B: Hamish Hartlett (Power), Dane Rampe (Swans), Daniel Rich (Lions)
Sydney Stack (Tigers), Cale Hooker (Bombers), Lachie Plowman (Blues)
C: Jack Billings (Saints), Tim Kelly (Cats), Paul Seedsman (Crows)
HF: Ed Curnow (Blues), Jack Darling (Eagles), Kane Lambert (Tigers)
FF: Marcus Bontempelli (Bulldogs), Shaun Mckernan (Bombers), Roarke Smith (Bulldogs)
Foll: Scott Lycett (Power), Luke Parker (Swans), Josh Kelly (Giants)
Int: Eric Hipwood (Lions), Josh Dunkley (Bulldogs), Ben Cunnington (Kangaroos), Jack Ziebell (Kangaroos)


Hamish Hartlett provided plenty of run out of defence for the Power, accumulating a lot of possessions. Dane Rampe helped curtail the influence of the Suns forward line. Daniel Rich was outstanding for the Lions. Sydney Stack was listed to start on a half back flank, but played forward, Stack was exceptional, kicking 4 goals. Cale Hooker played a good game for the Bombers, the centre half back pushed forward in the last quarter and kicked 2 goals. Lachie Plowman played a good game, Plowman helped stop Michael Walters from having an impact on the game.


Jack Billings continues to be prolific for the Saints, despite his team performing relatively poorly in the second half against the Tigers. Tim Kelly was an important part of the Cats claiming the four points against the Crows. Paul Seedsman kicked a couple of incredible goals for the Crows.


Ed Curnow led from the front for the Blues, in the absence of Patrick Cripps. Jack Darling kicked five goals for the Eagles. Kane Lambert had a solid game for the Tigers. Marcus Bontempelli was an instrumental part of the Bulldogs claiming an upset win over the Power. Shaun Mckernan showed that he belongs in the Bombers best 22, with Mckernan playing exceptionally well as a forward/ruck. Roarke Smith helped the Bulldogs upset the Power.


Scott Lycett was exceptional for the second week in a row. Luke Parker was the best player on the ground in the game between the Swans and the Suns. Josh Kelly showed that he will be in the conversation when it comes to the 2019 All Australian team selection.



Eric Hipwood kicked 5 goals for the Lions, 4 of them came in the third quarter, which is referred to as the Premiership quarter. Josh Dunkley and Ben Cunnington were both pivotal parts of their teams winning in Round 15. Jack Ziebell kicked 3 goals and accumulated a lot of possessions.

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