My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 19
B: Daniel Rich (Lions), Phil Davis (Giants), Dylan Grimes (Tigers)
HB: Bachar Houli (Tigers), Nick Vlastuin (Tigers), Mitch Duncan (Cats)
C: Andrew Gaff (Eagles), Patrick Cripps (Blues), Patrick Dangerfield (Cats)
HF: Bailey Dale (Bulldogs), Jack Darling (Eagles), Travis Boak (Power)
FF: Jordan De Goey (Magpies), Josh J. Kennedy (Eagles), Tom J. Lynch (Tigers)
Foll: Jarrod Witts (Suns), Jack Macrae (Bulldogs), Dustin Martin (Tigers)
Int: Shaun Mckernan (Bombers), Marcus Bontempelli (Bulldogs), Lachie Neale (Lions), Sebastian Ross (Saints)
Daniel Rich provided plenty of run out of defence for the Lions. Phil Davis helped curtail the influence of the Power forwards. Dylan Grimes had an outstanding game for the Tigers. Bachar Houli and Nick Vlastuin had a great game for the Tigers. Mitch Duncan had a quality game of footy for the Cats.
Andrew Gaff continued his good form in Round 19. Patrick Cripps showed why he is one of the favourites for the Brownlow Medal this season. Patrick Dangerfield played a good game for the Cats.
Bailey Dale kicked four goals for the Bulldogs. Jack Darling kicked two goals and had plenty of the ball. Travis Boak had forty possessions for the Power. Jordan De Goey was probably the Magpies best player against the Tigers. Josh J. Kennedy kicked seven goals for the Eagles. Tom J. Lynch had a great game for the Tigers.
Jarrod Witts was the best ruckman in the competition in Round 19. Jack Macrae showed why he is such an underrated player with a great performance. Dustin Martin was a quality performer for the Tigers in Round 19.
Shaun Mckernan kicked four goals for the Bombers, helping them get over the line. Marcus Bontempelli showed why he may well be the best player in the competition. Lachie Neale continued his good form in Round 19. Sebastian Ross was the best player on the field against the Demons.