AFL Round 17 My Team of the Week

My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 17

B: Levi Greenwood (Magpies), Jordan Roughead (Magpies), Tom Stewart (Cats)
Bachar Houli (Tigers), Robbie Tarrant (Kangaroos), Taylor Duryea (Bulldogs)
C: Tom Phillips (Magpies), Scott Pendlebury (Magpies), Brandon Ellis (Tigers)
HF: Kane Lambert (Tigers), Jason Castagna (Tigers), Anthony Mcdonald-Tipungwuti (Bombers)
FF: Nic Newman (Blues), Ben Brown (Kangaroos), Luke Parker (Swans)
Foll: Matthew Kreuzer (Blues), Josh Dunkley (Bulldogs), Jack Crisp (Magpies)
Int: Ricky Henderson (Hawks), James Worpel (Hawks), Zach Merrett (Bombers), Sam Walsh (Blues)


Levi Greenwood proved that he belongs in the Magpies best 22. Jordan Roughead was an important part of the Magpies backline this week. Tom Stewart was a pivotal part of the Cats beating the Saints. Bachar Houli was instrumental in the Tigers beating the Giants. Robbie Tarrant proved that he is a chance to be All Australian this season. Taylor Duryea was outstanding for the Bulldogs.


Tom Phillips was brilliant for the Magpies, as was Scott Pendlebury in Round 17 against the Eagles. Brandon Ellis was outstanding for the Tigers, Ellis proved that he belongs in the Tigers team.


Kane Lambert was once again an important part of the Tigers team. Jason Castagna played a good game for the Tigers. Anthony Mcdonald-Tipungwuti was a pivotal part of the Bombers claiming the four points. Nic Newman showed the Swans that they should never have let him go. Ben Brown kicked 6 goals for the Kangaroos. Luke Parker was important for the Swans.


Matthew Kreuzer was pivotal for the Blues. Josh Dunkley put in a solid display for the Bulldogs. Jack Crisp won plenty of the ball for the Magpies.


Ricky Henderson and James Worpel were brilliant for the Hawks. Zach Merrett was probably best afield for the Bombers. Sam Walsh proved that he belongs in the Blues midfield.

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