AFL Round 18 My Team of the Week

My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 18

B: Zac Williams (Giants), Joel Hamling (Dockers), Nick Coffield (Saints)
HB: Jake Lloyd (Swans), Jack Carlisle (Saints), Hunter Clark (Saints)
C: Karl Amon (Power), Zach Merrett (Bombers), Jack Billings (Saints)
HF: Jordan Lewis (Demons), Jeremy Cameron (Giants), Bailey Fritsch (Demons)
FF: Jack Lonie (Saints), Mitch Brown (Bombers), Tom J. Lynch (Tigers)
Foll: Reilly O’Brien (Crows), Josh Dunkley (Bulldogs), Tim Taranto (Giants)
Int: Brodie Grundy (Magpies), Jack Darling (Eagles), Jarryd Lyons (Lions), Shaun Higgins (Kangaroos)

Backs

Zac Williams provided plenty of run out of defence for the Giants. Joel Hamling showed why he is one of the best key defenders in the competition with a good performance. Nick Coffield displayed why he may be a permanent member of the Saints best 22. Jake Lloyd accumulated plenty of the ball for the Swans. Jack Carlisle was a key part of the Saints team that upset the Bulldogs. Hunter Clark was a pivotal player in the Saints team in Round 18.

Midfielders

Karl Amon kicked a couple of goals and was a shinning light for a poor Power team. Zach Merrett helped the Bombers beat the Crows with a couple of goals as well as winning plenty of the footy. Jack Billings showed why he is such a key player for the Saints.

Forwards

Jordan Lewis kicked 2 goals for the Demons playing a different role to that he usually does. Jeremy Cameron kicked 6 goals for the Giants. Bailey Fritsch kicked 4 goals for the Demons. Jack Lonie was outstanding for the Saints. Mitch Brown displayed why he deserves to be in the Bombers best 22 on a permanent basis. Tom J. Lynch performed extremely well for the Tigers in Round 18.

Followers

Reilly O’Brien displayed why he is one of the best ruckmen in the competition with a solid display against the Bombers. Josh Dunkley has been the in-form midfielder in the competition as it stands. Tim Taranto stepped up for the Giants in the absence of some of their key players.

Interchange

Brodie Grundy was prolific for the Magpies despite the fact that they lost to the Giants. Jack Darling was pivotal for the Eagles with 4 goals. Jarryd Lyons kicked a couple of good goals for the Lions as well as accumulating plenty of the ball, while Shaun Higgins was outstanding for the Kangaroos.

 

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